Internships are available during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters and applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. Interns are expected to work between 15 to 20 hours a week during a 12 to 16 week period. Internships are also available for course credit (contingent upon university approval). All internships are non-paid.
Qualified applicants will possess strong written and oral communication skills, working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite which includes Excel, Word, and PowerPoint, and demonstrate maturity and responsibility. Ability to handle multiple tasks and possess strong organizational skills is also encouraged.
To apply for an internship in our Plantation office, potential candidates should send a resume and cover letter to: Stephanie King at email@example.com.
- Communications Intern: The Communications intern will assist with a variety of tasks in the areas of public relations, story writing/researching, blogging and social media. Experience with social media (Facebook, Twitter, blogging), web research, creative writing and design is encouraged. Ideal for applicants pursing a degree in Advertising, Public Relations, Communications, Graphic Design or related field. All majors are welcome.
- Mission Intern: the Mission Intern will assist with the management of the Affiliate grants program. This intern will answer referral calls, communicate with grantees, assist with the grant award process (including the planning of the annual grant awards ceremony) and update the grants database. Ideal for applicants pursuing a degree in Social Work, Psychology or related fields. All majors are welcome.
- Development Intern: The Development Intern will assist with the logistics and marketing of events, as well as provide general office support, assist with writing donor thank you letters and interact with donors and vendors relating to the events. Ideal for applicants pursuing a degree in Marketing, Public Relations, Hospitality, Business or related fields. All majors are welcome.