Find a 2015 non-profit Internship in Washington, DC. People say that working for free is grounds enough for admiration, but if you want to feel doubly good about yourself, intern at a nonprofit! Not only will your self-esteem improve, but you’ll be giving back to the community in a meaningful way. And nonprofit internships are widespread since organizations are always looking for help with spreading their message.
In addition, internships at nonprofits are ideal for those students who aren’t quite sure what they want to do for a career yet; with these groups, students can take on roles in the marketing arena, media, and the legal sector, among others. An added bonus of nonprofit internships is that not only do you get to choose what area within the organization you want to work in, but you also get to pick which cause you want to support -- a cause that you are truly passionate about and interested in promoting. If you love animals, you can intern for places like the Best Friends Animal Society; if it’s the environment, then you can look into Greenpeace, and similar organizations. As a nonprofit intern, you’ll get to see immediate results of your hard work, which is always rewarding, and you’ll get to meet others with shared interests, who care about the same issues that you do. There’s simply no better feeling than supporting a good cause and helping your future career at the same time.
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The unpaid intern will be mentored and trained by Business Development’s Manager and Senior Director in providing a range of business development services as well as assisting in the implementation of various strategic initiatives...
Title: Business Development Intern
Job Location: Washington, DC
Department: Business Development
For nearly 40 years, ICRW has been the premier applied research institute focused on women and girls. H...
Campus Coach Intern
Positions available in multiple locations including Miami, FL; Washington DC; Los Angeles, CA, Charleston, WV; New York, NY
College Summit was recently awarded a grant throug...
The Marketing and Communications unit develops and executes strategies to accelerate positive change in cities around the world, reinforce the visibility and recognition of our brand and experts, and garner attribution for our wor...
WWF’s Market Transformation Initiative (MTI) works to reduce the environmental impact of the world’s increasing consumption of natural resources and commodities. We focus on the production and trade of agricultural...
The National Women's Law Center (NWLC) seeks an energetic, web-savvy and detail-oriented intern to provide support to NWLC’s Online Outreach team. The intern’s responsibilities focus on social media and blog outreach. Start and end...
The National Women's Law Center (NWLC) is seeking interns for our Child Care Group. The intern would be available for fall 2015 (August-December), Spring 2016 (January-April) or Summer (May-August). Start and end dates are flexible. Interns...
To assist in processing and visualizing data obtained on an animal-borne wireless sensor network deployed in a semi-wild area. The data include position, accelerometry, wireless network connectivity, and battery levels. The intern will proc...
WETA Public Television and Classical 90.9 FM provides internship opportunities designed to help expand students' knowledge and experience in public media and compliment their studies.
Interns in WETA’s Television Broadcasting department ...
COMMUNICATIONS INTERN FOR
THE NATIONAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Winter/Spring 2015 (January—April)
Minimum 15 hours/week
About The National Presbyterian Church:
A multigenerational church with a rich heritage, Nationa...