Internship Opportunities

The Boys & Girls Clubs is committed to assisting undergraduate and graduate-level students gain experience in their chosen fields. Interns are selected from area schools each semester for unpaid internships in the following areas:
Resource Development and Public Relations
Special Event & Volunteer Management
Sports, Fitness & Recreation
The Arts

You may apply online – click here for application

Resource Development and Public Relations
Interns will work with the Development Team (Annual Campaign Director and Director of Grants/Donor Relations) to increase marketing exposure for Boys & Girls Clubs, develop marketing materials, assist with our annual fundraising campaign, write, copy, and communicate with local media. Interns may also represent Boys & Girls Clubs at various promotional events and conduct research.
Excellent communication skills, public relations skills, a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and the ability to think quickly are all required. Interns will work (10) or more hours per week.
This internship is appropriate for students pursuing a career in marketing, nonprofit management/administration, communication, public relations, sales, or public policy. A maximum of three interns will be placed each semester. Applications are accepted year-round.
Special Event and Volunteer Management
Interns will have a unique opportunity to gain direct experience in event planning of major Boys & Girls Clubs events. Interns will work closely with the Director of Corporate and Community Partnerships and other Boys & Girls Clubs staff as they plan events and will assist with all aspects of planning, including: administrative support, outreach, event logistics, and limited financial processes. Interns will also work to increase and evaluate volunteer recruitment, retention, and recognition strategies to effectively engage all volunteers and prospective volunteers.
This internship will select only two (2) interns per semester to work no less than 10 hours per week. Applications are accepted year-round.
Sports, Fitness and Recreation
Interns will work closely with Club Directors and staff to implement and improve sports, fitness and recreation programs and strategies. This internship will also offer opportunities to create and promote programming through marketing and public relations opportunities, hands-on activities and other various tasks. Candidates should be sports-oriented and have a strong desire to help youth.
Twelve (12) or more hours per week are required.
Arts
Interns will have a unique opportunity to work directly with Club and Art Program Directors to assist in various facets of visual and performing arts opportunities throughout Boys & Girls Clubs. Candidate will help to implement more visual and performing arts opportunities, work with small groups to engage participants, and help in soliciting materials to continue to energize these programs.
Applicants’ majors or concentrations can range from performing arts to architectural studies.
Twelve (12) or more hours per week are required.

These internship have no closing date.