MassFamilies is looking for interns or graduate students who are interested in learning more about supporting individuals with disabilities and chronic conditions and their families to imagine better. Read on for more information.
MassFamilies is seeking interns or graduate students to assist with strategic planning, business plan development, board development, diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy, evaluation, and continuous improvement activities.
Specific internship opportunities include DEI Development, Marketing & Fundraising; Public Relations; Program Evaluation and Data Collection, Internet Communication & Updates; and Journalism.
A minimum commitment of 10 hours per week is needed. Supervision for academic credit is available. Duration of role (one academic year, or semester) is based on number of hours available, educational background and intern goals.
Undergraduate junior class status is considered. Seniors and graduate level interns are encouraged. Good writing and communication skills, and knowledge of computer applications such as G-Suite, Windows, MS Word, PPT and Excel.
This is an unpaid internship, but we can work with your school to obtain academic credit. In some instances, expense stipends may be available. MassFamilies staff members with graduate degrees are available for supervision.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a cover letter and resume to MassFamilies at firstname.lastname@example.org with Intern in the subject line.