Internships Off-Campus

Off-Campus Internships

Students take advantage of off-campus internships for a variety of reasons:

  • To gain hands-on experience and on the job training in a field of interest
  • To obtain academic credit for course of study
  • ​To acquire additional income, when internships are paid 

To obtain academic credit, students must contact their academic advisor to review desired internship opportunities, receive approval for credit and register for the appropriate course.  Following the completion of the internship the student must complete an evaluation of the internship.

Current Opportunities:

Let’s Move Outside Youth Initiative AmeriCorps Member

The primary role of the AmeriCorps Member is to support the “Let’s Move Outside” Community Coordinator by working with YMCA staff, community partners, and volunteers to ensure fidelity of the Initiative. The AmeriCorps member will support the community coordinator in the following areas:

  • Reach out to community groups to promote programming, participation and collaboration via a launch and summit.
  • Facilitate engagement with public land management agencies (including but not limited to Department of the Interior -DOI) and partnering organizations via a local community partner Summit
  • Promote programming that connects youth to the outdoors to play, learn, serve and work.
  • As necessary will create relevant and sustainable programs that strengthen and increase volunteer engagement on public lands, including but not limited to lands managed by the bureaus of the DOI.
  • Report your COMMUNITY numbers at the end of the calendar year (Goal is 10,000-20,000 volunteers) Your Community is a group that resides in and around your city, shares government and common cultural and historical heritage.
Additional duties include:
  • Help organize the Summit
  • Provide project support in data collection including number of volunteers engaged in projects as well as opportunities for kids and families to “Play” and “Learn” in these projects.  
  • Registration and database management of volunteers
  • Will follow up with organizations engaged in the Summit and attend and volunteer at a minimum of 3 of their events. These hours will count toward the service term
  • Engage more community volunteers by promoting local partner events to YMCA members and local community
  • Ensure that materials are prepared appropriately: - marketing assets available on the PLSW share site and providing YMCA Video and Photo Release Forms for video and photo recording for mid and end of year summary as part of the Y-USA reporting process
  • Other duties include those that are assigned by the Community Coordinator or supervisor
  • The AmeriCorps Member will be working most days in the office and participate in events (during the week or on weekends)

Skills and Qualifications
AmeriCorps Requirements:

  • The AmeriCorps member will not participate in any Prohibited Activities per the Member Service Agreement.
  • The AmeriCorps member must wear AmeriCorps identification every day.
  • The AmeriCorps EAP member is required to take a ½ hour lunch each day. This time does not count towards the term of service hours.
  • The AmeriCorps EAP member will receive a living allowance of $6,550.00 for 900 hours of service. The living allowance will be paid in even disbursements twice per month. Upon successful completion of their 900 hour term of service, the AmeriCorps member will receive an education award in the amount $2,887.00.
Let’s Move Outside Requirements:
  • Interest in working with children and teaching outdoor education. 
  • Comfortable communicating over email, phone and in person, and seeking donations for projects.
  • Desired knowledge of outdoor organization in the Treasure Valley and surrounding area, but not a requirement.

  • Opens: 09/27/2016
  • Closes: 10/16/2016
  • Rate of Pay: Living allowance of $6,550.00 for 900 hours of service.
  • Hours/Days: varied
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: To Apply: The position is provided through a partnership between the Treasure Valley YMCA, the Corps Network, Northwest Youth Corps, and Idaho Conservation Corps. To Apply: Please visit and click on “Apply Now” below the Resource Stewards and more AmeriCorps Positions at the bottom of the page. If you have questions about the position, please contact Erin Riley, Outdoor Education and Let’s Move! Outside Director at YMCA Camp at Horse Chief Reservoir, at 208 344 5502 Ext. 856 or If you have AmeriCorps related questions, contact Jay Runte 541-743-8590
  • Employer Name: Americorps, in conjunction with YMCA
  • Employer Phone: 208.344.5502 x 856
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Erin Riley
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Lab Internship

Help process R&D samples and organize the data for the lab.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Applicant must have good Analytical skills.
  • Personal qualities of tact and dependability and ability to work well with others.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft word and excel

  • Opens: 09/22/2016
  • Closes: 10/31/2016
  • Rate of Pay: 13.00
  • Hours/Days: 20 to 40 hours
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please send resumes to:
  • Employer Name: Sorrento Lactalis
  • Employer Phone: 208-463-6608
  • Employer Mailing Address: 4912 E Franklin Rd Nampa, ID 83687
  • Employer Contact: Estella Grimaldo
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Lab internship

Implementing the Lab Corporate Audit findings and updating all 400+ procedures and forms in the Lab.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Applicant must have good analytical and mathematical skills.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft word and excel.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.

  • Opens: 09/22/2016
  • Closes: 10/31/2016
  • Rate of Pay: 13.00
  • Hours/Days: 20 to 40 hours a week
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please email resumes to:
  • Employer Name: Sorrento Lactalis
  • Employer Phone: 208-463-6608
  • Employer Mailing Address: 4912 E. Franklin Rd Nampa, ID 83687
  • Employer Contact: Estella Grimaldo
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Intern Staff Accountant

We at Harris & Co. believe that one of the cornerstones of our success is to seek, develop and retain great people who are committed to a high level of professionalism and service. Our organization uniquely offers the experience, expertise, and high standards of professional work normally associated with a regional or national firm, while retaining the vital aspect of personal contact that characterizes local accounting firms. We offer challenging work opportunities where superior work is acknowledged and rewarded. For 3 years in a row, Harris & Co. has placed in the Top 10 Places to Work in Idaho. Most recently, we were selected as one of the top 3 Best Accounting Firms in the Idaho Statesman's "Best of the Treasure Valley," and were also selected as a finalist for the Boise Chamber of Commerce's 2016 Financial Industry Excellence Award.

Currently, we are seeking intern staff accountants for the upcoming tax season.

  • Position timeframe will be 1/9/16 - 4/17/16.
  • Perform accounting tasks required in the preparation of financial statements for engagements of audits, reviews, and compilations
  • Preparation of income tax returns for individuals and businesses
  • Other accounting related assignments

Skills and Qualifications

  • Excellent technical accounting skills
  • Strong software skills
  • A positive team player attitude
  • Ability to handle multiple priorities and meet tight deadlines

  • Opens: 09/09/2016
  • Closes: 09/30/2016
  • Rate of Pay: DOE
  • Hours/Days: Mon - Friday 8-5
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please email your cover letter, resume and copy of your transcripts to
  • Employer Name: Harris & Co.
  • Employer Phone: 2083338965
  • Employer Mailing Address: 2289 S. Bonito Way, Suite 100
  • Employer Contact: Kristi
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Children's Ministry Intern

The Rock Children’s Ministry At The Rock, children’s ministry is focused on growing up a “10 to 1” kind of disciple of Christ. This means, on the one hand, introducing kids to Jesus by letting them see “God with us” up close and personal, and on the other, guiding kids into a 10 to 1 kind of walk with Jesus themselves. Therefore, the Rock’s children’s ministry is built primarily around establishing interpersonal relationships between kids and children’s leaders as well as other adults from the congregation. Our Sunday Service classes are designed to give children a chance to interact with multiple adult believers over the course of each month as leaders and helpers rotate from week to week. These adults are encouraged to take an interest in the lives of their students and seek to apply the Story of God to their individual lives as they get to know them. In the little community that is a Sunday Service class, students are also taught how to apply the grace and peace of Jesus to their relationships with those around them. Thus they begin to attune their lives to the “10 to 1” goal as they discover that they have a part in God’s Story because when they give their lives to Jesus, God is always with them and He lives and loves through them.

Our Sunday Service classes occur, as indicated by the name, during the latter half of our Sunday service. Our children worship with the rest of the congregation during the music, prayers and giving portion of our Sunday Service. They are released to their own classes just before the message portion of the service so that they might better understand the Word of God for them each week. One of the advantages of interning in The Rock’s children’s ministries is the opportunity the intern will have to be coached by our Children’s Ministries Director, Nancy Norton. Nancy has a Master’s Degree in Children’s and Family Ministries from Bethel Theological Seminary and serves on the National Children’s Disciple-Making Team for the Christian and Missionary Alliance. She is also one of a handful of Professional Children’s Ministry coaches who mentor students who are studying to earn their Children’s Disciplemaking Leadership Certificate.

The Children’s Intern will be responsible to:

  1. Teach the Pre-School/Kindergarten Sunday Service class once a month on a regular rotation with other instructors (we are utilizing D6 lesson materials).
  2. Teach the 1st – 4th Grade Sunday Service class once a month on a regular rotation with other instructors (we are utilizing D6 lesson materials).
  3. Provide substitute teaching availability on short notice.
  4. Copy and assemble curriculum for volunteer teachers and helpers.
  5. Ensure that teachers and helpers have all of the supplies they need for their Sunday Service classes.
  6. Oversee and communicate volunteer staff scheduling, including assisting staff with emergency schedule changes and acquiring substitute teachers/helpers.
  7. Provide leadership and play a significant role in planning and implementing special Children’s Ministries programs or activities during internship period (i.e. Children’s Musical, Christmas Program, VBS [if functioning as an intern during summer]).
  8. Participate on Children and Family Ministries Leadership Team
  9. Connect monthly with the Director of Children’s Ministry for encouragement, guidance, and accountability.

Skills and Qualifications
The applicant needs to have the following qualifications and skills:

  1. A person who has given his/her life to Jesus and is constantly seeking to grow deeper in His Holy Spirit.
  2. A person with excellent interpersonal skills who can build significant personal relationships with multiple students of different age levels.
  3. A person who can critique the Christian church of today, but is not cynical about it. Rather, they are invested in a creative Biblical transformation of the church to the post-modern world.
  4. A person who can, in good conscience, ascribe to the statement of faith and the vision of The Rock of the C&MA.
  5.  A person with good organizational and leadership skills, who can effectively manage and communicate with volunteer staff.
  6. A person who is respectful, but not intimidated by working with, and at times leading, people older than themselves.
  7. A person who can effectively communicate both the content and the spirit of the Word of God both through curriculum and personal conversation.
  8. A person who loves children and desires to see them become whole hearted disciples of Christ, not just well-behaved adherents to their parents faith.
This person needs to be willing to submit to the background check required of all of our Children's and Youth workers.

  • Opens: 08/28/2016
  • Closes: 09/23/2016
  • Rate of Pay: $150/month
  • Hours/Days: 5 hours per week
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please email Rev. Shawn Norton your resume and to request an application.
  • Employer Name: The Rock of the C&MA;
  • Employer Phone: 2087790497
  • Employer Mailing Address: 609 - 15th Ave. N.
  • Employer Contact: Rev. Shawn Norton
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Idaho Republican Party Intern

Working with the Idaho Republican Party will create a great opportunity for students to become engaged in Idaho politics. In addition, interns will have an opportunity to gain experience with special events planning, public relations, and campaign support for local, state, and federal candidates.

  • Interning with the Idaho GOP will provide students with a well-rounded political experience.
  • Intern responsibilities will be tailored to the intern’s interests and may include research, writing, data collection, assisting candidates and campaigns, and communication with Republicans across the state.
  • Internships are unpaid positions; however, students may receive school or college credit for their work, if permitted by their high school or college.
  • The intern’s main tasks will involve answering the phone and transferring calls, processing emails, utilizing Microsoft Word and Excel for office work.
  • There will also be opportunities for interns to help plan and participate at party events, making connections with members of the Republican Party.
  • This internship will provide knowledge of what the Republican Party does, while focusing on upholding the values of the party’s platform.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Interns are expected to be able to communicate effectively with other interns as well as their supervisors to create an efficient work environment.
  • Interns will be expected to behave professionally and cooperate with those in and out of the office.
  • Interns will need to be flexible with a work schedule and be able to provide their own transportation to and from the office.

  • Opens: 08/07/2016
  • Closes: 10/29/2016
  • Rate of Pay: NA
  • Hours/Days: 20-30
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply:
  • Employer Name: Idaho Republican Party
  • Employer Phone: 208-343-6405
  • Employer Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2267 Boise, ID 83701
  • Employer Contact: Jennie Kilcup
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Internship Abroad

We place students in internships across all career fields in London, Madrid, Hong Kong, Australia and Latin America all year round. Our high profile and hands on roles will give you relevant experience, which is vital in today’s job market, allowing you to gain important insight into the industry of your choice on a global scale. We have extensive networks across creative and corporate industries that offer a variety of elite hands-on roles. We also offer volunteer experiences, language courses and cultural immersion, providing everything needed for succeeding and living abroad.

These are unpaid internship opportunities. See what our interns are saying at Please take a look at our website to see the program fees:

Our programs include:

  • Professional internship
  • Accommodation
  • Professional development resources
  • Visa assistance
  • Airport pick up and drop off
  • 24/7 Emergency assistance 
  • Pre-trip welcome pack and orientation
  • Local tourism & social events
  • Language classes (optional)
The Intern Group is regularly featured in the world’s top media. Contact us for more information: UK: +44 (0)20 7193 4188 US: +1 (718) 878-6393 AUS: +61 (0)2 8011 3305

Skills and Qualifications
The demonstration of previous academic strength is a requirement to be accepted onto our internship program. This will be judged from the resume you attach with your application – courses taken and grades attained will be taken into account. However, the most important characteristic is attitude and enthusiasm to immerse yourself in new tasks within the context of a different language and culture to your own. You are not required to have any previous work experience. We specialize in helping people with little to no experience get internships with highly reputable employers.

  • Opens: 07/04/2016
  • Closes: 10/21/2016
  • Rate of Pay: Unpaid
  • Hours/Days: 25 - 40
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please attach resume or CV, Skype contact and/or phone number. If selected, we will contact you for a phone interview. Or apply online on our website at
  • Employer Name: Intern Group
  • Employer Phone: +442071934188
  • Employer Mailing Address: Busworks - 37-41 North Rd London N79DP United Kingdom
  • Employer Contact: David Lloyd
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Legislative Intern

Senator Risch’s internship program is a great opportunity for students to learn first-hand about public service and the workings of the U.S. Senate. Interns gain knowledge on the federal legislative process and the day-to-day work that goes into researching, drafting, and passing a bill in the Senate. They will learn about the issues that are of great concern to Idaho constituents and to Senator Risch.

Intern projects include, but are not limited to: legislative research, constituent services, and administrative tasks.

Skills and Qualifications
The program is open to undergraduate students of all majors, and while preference is given to Idaho residents who are a Junior or Senior, Senator Risch encourages all students to apply.

  • Opens: 09/05/2016
  • Closes: 12/15/2016
  • Rate of Pay: $1500 monthly stipend
  • Hours/Days: 9 am - 6 pm, Monday-Friday
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: There are three sessions: Internships are available year-round in our Washington, D.C. office ·Winter Session (Jan. - Apr.) ·Summer Session (May - Aug.) ·Fall Session (Sep. - Dec.) Application requirements: ·a completed application form ·a current resume ·three letters of recommendation ·a college transcript All applications must be completed online. Please visit (click on the “Services for Idahoans” tab and then select “Internships”)
  • Employer Name: Office of U.S. Senator James E. Risch
  • Employer Phone: 202-224-2752
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Ayla Neumeyer
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Events/Communications Associate Internship

Company Overview: is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization, dedicated to helping entrepreneurs Start. Find Money. and Change the World. We are the oldest and most effective non-profit in the country helping companies commercialize technology that results in job creation, economic growth and the fulfillment of dreams. We do this by transferring knowledge, experience, contacts and capital from the world's leading business and financial organizations to promising companies. For over 30 years, (WBI) has been a premier resource for both entrepreneurs seeking funding and for investors who want to help promising young companies achieve their potential. The Institute has a history of building the high technology capacity of Utah and is now leading the way in Idaho. Current WBI Board members co-founded, UV Partners, Olympus Angels, Park City Angels, the Salt Lake Life Science Angels and the MountainWest Capital Network, National Business Incubation Assn. (NBIA), and were the catalyst for the creation of EDCU.

The Events/Communications (E/C) Associate will be an integral part of our team to ensure successful and beneficial events are planned, marketed, and executed. He or she provides support for select events, which include meetings, workshops, conferences, and special events. organizes and executes 1 local event per month along with a distinguished venture capital conference in Utah annually. This role is essential to grow our organization’s brand awareness, which optimizes future business opportunities. This is a great opportunity to learn how to apply your formal education, learn to fill in the gaps, and discover various opportunities to further your career.

Essential Job Functions Include: 

  • Assist the Chief Operations Officer with all planning, marketing, and event logistics
  • Support event service providers, sponsors, and outside resources 
  • Support and orchestrate presenters and all other relevant parties
  • Assist with internal and external communications, pre-show meetings, catering, and on-site management
  • Coordinate staff, meeting scheduling, and conference rooms
  • Provide timely event debriefs and written summaries
  • Other responsibilities as needed

Skills and Qualifications
Minimum Requirements:

  • Relevant Major in Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, Business Administration, Business Management, or any other event planning-related major
  • Must be an undergraduate senior, graduate within the last 12 months, or graduate student
  • Proficient in MS Office Suite necessary and Salesforce experience preferred
  • Ability to effectively plan events from beginning to end, including strong budget-monitoring/compliance skills and exceptional negotiating and conflict-resolution skills
  • Ability to manage complex projects and cross-functional teams with superior organization skills
  • Ability to work against tight deadlines and achieve on-time deliverables
  • Strengths include detail-orientation, dependability, maturity, and flexibility
  • Must be self-motivated and able to work on projects independently
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to support key personnel including senior executives
  • Ability to take initiative and have a desire to roll up the sleeves and get the job done
  • High level of professionalism and ability to take a creative problem-solving approach when under pressure or challenges arise

  • Opens: 06/03/2016
  • Closes: 12/31/2016
  • Rate of Pay: Stipend
  • Hours/Days: 5-20 hrs/week depending on schedule
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: To apply, please send cover letter and resume to
  • Employer Name:
  • Employer Phone:
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Shelby Winkel
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Chaplain Candidate

Chaplain Candidate Program (all-denominations) is seeking full-time seminary students who desire the opportunity to learn both ministry and military Army Chaplain Skill-sets. You are entitled to officer pay along with medical benefits. You train with a close Army Reserve unit one weekend a month, while getting your Master’s or MDIV Degree as a full-time student. Additional training opportunities include the Chaplain Basic Officer Leader Course, various military schools.

For more information call 818-401-2786 or 2758 or visit our website at or email me at

Skills and Qualifications

  • Undergraduate degree of 120 credit hours with at least 2.5 GPA.
  • Full-time Seminary Student taking at least a 72 credit hour Masters or MDIV who may be interested in Army ministry.
  • Pass a pre-qualification check and complete an application.
  • An Ecclesiastical Endorser is required.

  • Opens: 04/25/2016
  • Closes: 04/25/2017
  • Rate of Pay: $300-400 / week-end
  • Hours/Days: 16 / 2 days a month
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: For pre-qualification and application please contact CH Joshua Cox 818-401-2758 or or visit our website and apply through questionnaire.
  • Employer Name: U.S. Army Chapalincy
  • Employer Phone: 8184012758
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: CH (CPT) Joshua Cox
  • Email Address:
  • Website: