Job Description

Job Description 

NC State Office of Information Technology (OIT) is interested in providing internships to support the project management efforts of the organization. We are looking for sophomore or junior students who have had some basic exposure to project management to help in the execution of major OIT projects.





Interns work with members of the OIT staff to assist in major projects as needed, work typically can include:

    1. Researching and evaluating products, methodologies, and other items as needed
    2. Assisting in data migration including WordPress web development
    3. Data mapping including data flows and entity relationship diagrams
    4. Creating research documentation deliverables and assisting with document development
    5. Producing meeting summaries with action items, updating decision and issue logs


Interns will help with follow-up on action items, project tasks within project plan, and connecting with project teams to check on status of efforts. As experience and knowledge grows, interns would work with staff to develop business cases for project implementations, establish project requirements, document project tasks, timelines and dependencies, and develop test plans. This internship would provide students with experience working on real-world projects, along with increasing levels of responsibility based on experience, capability, and proven success. The internship is intended to be experiences over multiple semesters. Projects range from existing large enterprise resource planning (ERP) projects to numerous campus-wide projects that are currently pending scheduling.


Working for the Project Management Lite Internship Program has many benefits for it’s employees.

Some of these include:

  • Hands-on experience and exposure to university encompassing systems and project
  • Building relationships with IT professionals and team members
  • New perspective within OIT and generational knowledge
  • Free OIT training/development throughout the program
  • Flexible work scheduling
  • Paid compensation


Business Students: BUS 340 or ACC 340;

Computer Science Students: CSC 216, CSC 230, and CSC 316

 To learn more, watch our internship program video!