The Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association (WFAA)* is seeking a IT Infrastructure Intern to work 20+ hours / week. As a IT Infrastrucutre Intern at WFAA, you will be responsible for the magic that occurs at the Infrastructure layer of IT. The foundation of technology that this role supports is critical to the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association! As part of the infrastructure team, you will assist in supporting and managing the infrastructure foundation. You will be exposed to technologies that fall within the scope of data/voice networking, server, storage, security, core applications, and Amazon Web Services.
Who is WFAA?
The Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association is a private, nonprofit corporation that encourages individuals and organizations to make gifts to the university and to connect with the UW. In 2014, the UW Foundation merged with the Wisconsin Alumni Association® to better serve a growing population of UW alumni and donors. We believe that private support grows out of good relationships between campus leaders, faculty and program staff who need support, and the alumni and friends who want to invest in UW–Madison. We provide important engagement opportunities to link UW–Madison alumni to each other and to their alma mater, building a strong community of Badgers.
Diversity and Inclusion:
Just as the university community benefits from differing viewpoints, perspectives, and experiences, inclusion and diversity are imperative for the success of our mission. WFAA values people and the differences that they bring to the organization, and creates an environment in which all staff members and constituents feel respected and have opportunities to thrive.
The Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer *The Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association is the “doing business as” name of the merged organization comprising the University of Wisconsin Foundation (supportuw.org) and the Wisconsin Alumni Association (uwalumni.com). Its legal corporate name is registered as the University of Wisconsin Foundation.