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
  • ‚ÄčTo 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:

Research Analyst Assistant


  • Assist research personnel to increase the functionality of the Idaho Department of Correction data warehouse by mapping out tables currently uploaded to the IDOC data warehouse and help identify variable that can be used to link tables.
  • Create reports for various audiences including case managers, IDOC Leadership and policymakers.

Skills and Qualifications

  • A student in their fourth year of an undergraduate program in social science with some experience with SPSS software and research methods.
  • Felonies, Misdemeanors, probation of any kind in the last 12 months, illegal drug use and/or certain driving convictions may disqualify you from participation in the internship program.

  • Opens: 05/13/2015
  • Closes: 06/30/2015
  • Rate of Pay: unpaid
  • Hours/Days: 10-20 hours per week, negotiable schedule
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please visit for information about how to apply. Download the internship application and background investigation questionnaire from the website listed above.
  • Employer Name: Idaho Department of Correction
  • Employer Phone: 208-658-2130
  • Employer Mailing Address: 1299 N Orchard Suite 110 Boise, ID 83709
  • Employer Contact: Janeena Wing
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Internship Abroad

We place students in internships across all sectors in Latin America, Madrid, Hong Kong, London & Melbourne all year round. Example roles include political internships direct with the Colombian government, finance internships with top Latin American investment banks like Ban Colombia, and legal internships in London with commercial giants like Lockton. 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. Please take a look at our Website to see Program Prices:

Our international programs include:

  • A top internship in your field of interest
  • Quality accommodation of your choice
  • Professional Development Resources - Workplace HR
Assessment: Partnering with the world's leading HR agency DDI International, we provide a “DISC” workplace personality and skills assessment usually exclusive to CEO’s and corporate leaders. -

Training materials: Access to a library of training materials on a number of key topics essential to your development and growth. 
  • Airport pick up  
  • Language classes (optional)
  • 24/7 Emergency Assistance
  • Pre-trip Welcome Pack and Orientation
  • Local Tourism & Social Events
  • Visa Assistance
The Intern Group's progress is regularly featured on CNN International. Here are some featured examples: Contact us for more information and program prices: +1 (718) 878-6393 USA

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 – an 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: 04/27/2015
  • Closes: 05/27/2015
  • Rate of Pay: Unpaid
  • Hours/Days: 20-40
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please attach resume/CV, Skype contact and/or phone number. If selected, we will contact you for a phone interview.
  • Employer Name: The Intern Group
  • Employer Phone: 07188786393
  • Employer Mailing Address: Busworks - 37-41 North Rd
  • Employer Contact: David Llyod
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Congressional Office Internships

The offices of U.S. Senator Mike Crapo seeks interns to assist in the management of regional offices located in: Boise, Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho Falls, Lewiston, Pocatello, and Twin Falls, as well as Washington, D.C.

  • Duties include: Answering telephones, tracking constituent opinions, entering data, and other standard office tasks as assigned.
  • The position offers flexible daytime hours between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
  • Qualified applicants should have experience with Microsoft Office and be able to type, multitask, communicate, and work well with others. 

For questions, please contact Courtney Lehosit, Office Manager & State Internship Coordinator, at (208) 334-1776.
Those interested in state internships for the fall 2015 semester should apply by July 1, 2015.
Those interested in state and Washington, D.C. internships for the spring 2016 semester should apply by October 1, 2015.
Applications and more information can be found online at

Skills and Qualifications

  • Students interested in politics, public service, public relations, writing, and the like can gain valuable experience through the internship.
  • Interns work with staff members, assist in communication operations, occasionally attend meetings and events with staff, and generally offer support in the day to day function of an active Senate office.
  • Internships commonly run the length of conventional academic semesters.

  • Opens: 04/21/2015
  • Closes: 07/01/2015
  • Rate of Pay: $9.00
  • Hours/Days: 20+
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Those interested in state internships for the fall 2015 semester should apply by July 1, 2015. Those interested in state and Washington, D.C. internships for the spring 2016 semester should apply by October 1, 2015. Applications and more information can be found online at
  • Employer Name: US Senator Mike Crapo's Office
  • Employer Phone: 2083341776
  • Employer Mailing Address: 251 East Front Street, #205, Boise, Idaho 83702
  • Employer Contact: Courtney Lehosit
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Student Ministry Intern

Hillside Church has adopted a multi-cultural and a trans-generational mission under the heading of “Belong. Believe. Become.” The East Hill in Kent, on which our church is located, is becoming more and more diverse. Kent Meridian High School, which is located just a few minutes drive from our church, was recently named Washington’s most diverse high school with over 70 different countries represented and over 100 languages spoken.

Part of our mission is to learn more about our neighbors, hear their stories, and find ways to meet their needs and incorporate them into our church community. Hillside Student Ministries’ focus is to reach out and minister to the youth of this community. Our goal is that by the time students graduate from Hillside Student Ministries they are: regularly 1) serving, 2) participating in the habits, practices and spiritual disciplines that sustains their faith, and 3) have healthy, strong relationships with other teens and adults.

Hillside Student Ministries is looking for a male, Student Ministry Intern who will work closely with the Pastor to Youth and Families to help with the execution of pre-existing ministries and potentially organize and facilitate new outreach ministries for a 10-12 week summer internship. The Student Ministry Intern will gain experience in, among other things, sifting through issues that result from ministering in a cross-cultural context, leading a summer work and witness trip, planning and executing a district youth camp, running a weekly mid-week youth meeting.

  • All housing and some food costs will be covered for the duration of the internship.
  • A weekly stipend of approximately $50 will be provided for the costs of ministry-related transportation.
  • In addition to the weekly stipend, the selected intern will be compensated for his work in the amount of $2,500.00 at the end of the internship.
  • The intern is expected to attend the Summer Work and Witness Trip (June 21-26), Jr. High Camp (July 20-24) and Sr. High camp (August 10-14).
  • The costs associated with the work and witness trip and camps will be covered for the intern.
  • The intern is also expected to spend 40 hours a week in church related activities.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Valid driver’s license and vehicle
  • Passion to work with you in a multi-cultural context
  • Flexible and open to work in a variety of roles
  • Past experience working with youth

  • Opens: 05/18/2015
  • Closes: 08/17/2015
  • Rate of Pay: $3,000.00
  • Hours/Days: 8
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please contact Pastor Joshua Stines at (253) 797- 4942 if you have any questions. To apply please send resume and cover letter to
  • Employer Name: Hillside Church
  • Employer Phone: 253-797-4942
  • Employer Mailing Address: 930 E James St, Kent, WA 98031
  • Employer Contact: Joshua Stines
  • Email Address:
  • Website:


Description of Internship Duties or Attach a Document: The Governor’s Office internship is designed to teach students the role of the Executive branch, introduce them to a hands-on experience in State government and gain practical knowledge of the legislative process. Interns are required to respond and interact with constituents every day they are in the office.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Research for staff in various policy areas
  • Provide staff support when necessary
  • Attend various meetings and present findings to staff
  • Write letters to constituents, events or other requested letters
  • Provide administrative support when necessary
  • Complete projects assigned by staff or the Governor

  • Opens: 04/20/2015
  • Closes: 08/28/2015
  • Rate of Pay: None
  • Hours/Days: 20hrs a week
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: All application due by April 20th.
  • Employer Name: Office of Governor Otter
  • Employer Phone: (208)334-2100
  • Employer Mailing Address: PO Box 83720 Boise, Idaho 83720
  • Employer Contact: Nicholas Stout
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Intern - Personal Loan Specialist

Are you seeking an opportunity for a paid internship in a performance based environment where you make a difference? Are you ambitious and desire to further develop your leadership, sales, and communication skills? Are you motivated in an environment where you control your financial earnings through competitive compensation and a strong incentive program? If yes, join our team and let Springleaf be your place to succeed.

Intern – Personal Loan Specialist:

  • As a Springleaf Intern – Personal Loan Specialist, you have an opportunity to learn every facet of direct consumer lending; including business development and sales, credit underwriting, and client servicing.
  • You establish and build customer relationships through sales and delivering exceptional service.
  • Through your understanding of our personal loan products, you learn to assist customers in making educated decisions that help them achieve their financial goals.
  • If you have what it takes, take the first step toward a challenging and rewarding career at Springleaf.
  • The internship program provides part-time positions during the school year and full time availability during the summer months.
  • Post-graduation, successful interns may continue their career as a Personal Loan Specialist.
  • Additional opportunities are available for those demonstrating leadership skills and a willingness to relocate.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Currently attending college/university
  • Strong sales orientation
  • Excellent communication skills that demonstrate the ability to provide an exceptional customer experience
  • Leadership ability
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced team environment
  • Problem solving skills
  • Bilingual English/Spanish skills, a plus in certain areas

  • Opens: 03/24/2015
  • Closes: 05/29/2015
  • Rate of Pay: DOE
  • Hours/Days: 20/wk
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please apply online at
  • Employer Name: Springleaf Financial Services
  • Employer Phone: 800-804-8502
  • Employer Mailing Address: 601 NW 2nd St
  • Employer Contact: Megan Stewart
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Marketing and Proposal Development Internship

POWER Engineers is currently seeking a highly motivated student for an internship in our Facilities Marketing and Proposal Development Department in Boise, Idaho.

Under the guidance of experienced staff, the successful candidate will assist the team in organizing, creating, and updating marketing collateral, such as project summaries, resumes, and POWER's client information and marketing database. Additional responsibilities may include assisting in the organization and development of proposals, photo management, and event coordination support.

  • Candidate must be detail oriented, have excellent writing/editing and verbal communication skills, and an interest in learning new skills and systems.
  • Experience in standard office software (Word, Excel, Adobe) is essential.
  • Experience balancing multiple assignments, deadline-driven work, and exposure to RFPs or the grant writing process is helpful.
  • Must be well organized and enjoy a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.
  • Candidates must currently be pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, English, Marketing or Communications or similar.
  • Second- and third-year students (sophomores and juniors) are encouraged to apply.
  • This is not a sales position.

Skills and Qualifications
See Position Description.

  • Opens: 03/24/2015
  • Closes: 05/26/2015
  • Rate of Pay: TBD
  • Hours/Days: TBD
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please apply online at, position #2986
  • Employer Name: POWER Engineers, Inc.
  • Employer Phone: 208-288-6655
  • Employer Mailing Address: 2041 S. Cobalt Point Way, Meridian, Idaho 83642
  • Employer Contact: Tiffany Murphy
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Intern: Residential Program for At-risk Youth

About CEM : Christian Encounter Ministries (CEM), established in 1970, is a 24-hour, residential discipleship and counseling ministry for broken and hurting young people (currently accepting males age 16-21 and females age 16-25) who are dealing with many issues such as grief, anger, depression, abandonment, and abuse. These young people, called students, come to CEM voluntarily.

Students stay 18 months on average and receive Christian discipleship, professional counseling, and schooling if necessary (there is a state approved private high school on property)—not to mention other essentials: fellowship, love, and plenty of one-on-one attention. They adhere to a disciplined schedule and learn how to develop a good work ethic. As much as possible, we relate to them as a loving and supportive “extended family.”

About internships: CEM offers internships for committed Christians age 21 and older who love the Lord and are eager to serve others. Ministering to these hurting young people is both demanding and rewarding. Students experience rapid growth, and interns develop additional spiritual maturity and endurance. As servant-leaders, interns model the Christian life as they live and work alongside the students. A staff of committed Christian professionals who have had many years of residential ministry experience provide guidance for the intern team. New interns receive one week of orientation, verbal and written instruction, and helpful direction and advice from senior interns. Internships range from 90 days to 2 years.

Each intern disciples one to three students and teaches group Bible studies on a rotation basis. Interns are hard-working supervisors of the students and perform daily assignments that include practical activities--cooking, cleaning, and various maintenance tasks on our 86-acre campus (affectionately called “the Ranch”). Interns also oversee a dorm room with two or three students. Many teachable moments arise during the daily activities as well as during recreation times (e.g. boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, ball games, “hanging out,” etc.). There are also various opportunities to minister in other ways according to interest and gifting.

Depending on length of stay, interns may accompany the students on a wilderness trip (under staff guidance) in the high country of the Sierras: a two-week late summer backpack trip which includes rock climbing and rappelling, and/or a 4-day winter snow trip. These experiences foster teamwork and character development, and nearly everyone who goes on a trip returns having heard from the Lord in a deep way.

Some of the support for interns: There are usually 6 to 8 interns at a time, and they form a team that supports each other, shares advice and knowledge, and prays for each other. Interns receive professional counseling weekly during their first 90 days, and longer if desired. They learn ways to help students, and the counseling also benefits them on a personal level.

Interns have one 14-hour day off, a 4-hour office time, two 4-hour personal breaks, and a planned 4-hour evening off with the intern team each week. They also have a weekly meeting with the staff, where questions and concerns can be discussed. Interns always have immediate access to staff members and other interns in any crisis. Each intern is assigned a spiritual mentor who meets with him/her weekly.

Credit options: Internships are also available for college students (juniors, seniors, or graduates) especially with interests in counseling, social work, youth ministries, Christian education, or rehabilitation programs. Academic credits vary with each college or university. However, because interning is a “hands-on” experience, time for academic assignments must be limited so interns will not have to abandon their ministry duties.

Compensation: During an internship, CEM provides room and board. All CEM interns are eligible for a graduated grant (from a total of $500 for the first 3 months, up to $600 per month, depending on length of service) to help cover other expenses.

A glimpse of the reward: Interns see the results of their ministry as they build relationships and observe residents healing from deep emotional and spiritual wounds. Even though not every resident makes the progress we hope for, many experience amazing and lasting transformations. Former interns have gone on to serve as missionaries, teachers, counselors, social workers, youth ministers and pastors. They have found their internships invaluable because of the personal spiritual growth and maturity that happened, and also because of the ministry training and experience they received at CEM.

Skills and Qualifications
See Position Description

  • Opens: 03/10/2015
  • Closes: 03/10/2016
  • Rate of Pay: Paid: See Position Description
  • Hours/Days: See Position Description
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: To apply, please contact: Mark Andrews, M. Div. Executive Director (530) 268-0877
  • Employer Name: Christian Encounter Ministries
  • Employer Phone:
  • Employer Mailing Address: 17183 Retrac Way, Grass Valley, CA 95949
  • Employer Contact: Shannon Garner
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Research/Conservation Science Internship

At Para La Tierra we specialize in training life sciences undergraduates and graduates in the skills they need to enter further education or the job market. Supported by Rolex, the Rufford Foundation and US Fish and Wildlife Service, we are here to help you develop your project design and management skills while you gain experience of a wide variety of field work techniques. You will leave Para La Tierra with an excellent knowledge of how to carry out field projects as well as an understanding of neotropical flora and fauna. You can also join in on our workshops to learn how to write grants and use GPS among other things. At the same time you’ll be immersed in Paraguayan culture in one of Paraguay's most beautiful locations - Reserva Natural Laguna Blanca.

As an intern you will begin your project before you even leave home as you work with our intern supervisor to design your project and complete a literature review. You can choose to begin your own project from scratch depending on your own interests, or you can pick a project from our list of options which you can find on our website. By the time you arrive you’ll be in the final stages of planning and ready to start exploring the reserve. Your fieldwork will start soon after and you might want to enlist some of Para La Tierra’s volunteers to help you. At the end of your fieldwork, you’ll write up your project results and give a short presentation of your study to the other interns and volunteers in the house. After all your hard work you’ll leave with an academic reference and a certificate, plus hundreds of fantastic memories to share with those at home.

Paraguay remains one of the least visited countries in South America yet is also amongst the most friendly, safe and traditional. Paraguay is perfect for an adventurer ready to explore a different world off the beaten track. Para La Tierra is based at Reserva Natural Laguna Blanca, a beautiful location in the east of Paraguay, boasting a clear freshwater lake ready for swimming in, and a sandy beach for you to relax on at the end of the day. Laguna Blanca lies on the frontier of the Paraguayan Cerrado and the Atlantic Forest, two of the most interesting and important habitats in the world. The Cerrado was named a biodiversity hotspot by Conservation International while the Atlantic Forest is one of the five most rapidly disappearing habitat types on Earth. You will be able to explore both of these areas and see some of the biodiversity that Paraguay has to offer such as the maned-wolf, jaguar, capuchin monkey, brock deer, burrowing owl and armadillo. Perhaps the most important species of all is the White-winged Nightjar which is found to breed near Laguna Blanca and in two other locations in the world. Researchers at Para La Tierra are studying this bird's life cycle, habitat and behaviour in order to ensure its survival.

You will be directly involved in helping us to conserve this threatened habitat by aiding us in scientific investigation of the area and making our results public to help raise awareness of the ecological importance of Laguna Blanca. You will also be given the opportunity to see your name in print in a scientific paper, book or in some of our educational material and we are always careful that interns receive full credit for their work.

  • Costs - $790 per month for the 1st 2 months and $750 for each subsequent month. You can also pay on a weekly basis pro rata.
  • There is a 25% discount for South American nationals.
  • This price includes all of your living costs during you stay with us.
  • The meeting point is in Santa Rosa del Aguaray which is the nearest town to the reserve.
  • The cost includes three meals a day with unlimited fruit juice and mineral water, tea and coffee, accommodation, wifi, access to leisure activities such as kayaking and horse riding, administrative costs and a small contribution to Para La Tierra's projects.
  • We have already hosted more than 130 interns who have progressed to careers in biology and conservation.
  • References from past interns are available on request.

Skills and Qualifications
Applicants must be over 18 years old and have, or be working towards a degree in a biology related subject. Conversational English is required.

  • Opens: 03/09/2015
  • Closes: 08/01/2015
  • Rate of Pay: Unpaid Internship
  • Hours/Days: Flexible
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Internships require a minimum stay of 3 months and you can apply by sending a CV to
  • Employer Name: Para La Tierra
  • Employer Phone: +595 985 260 074
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Karina Atkinson
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

Au Pair (live-in child care) in Germany

You will be required to take care of the host family's children for up to 6 hours per day, for a total of 30 hours per week. An Au pair's responsibilities depend on the age of the children in the host family and generally include:

  • Keeping the children safe at all times 
  • Feeding, bathing, and playing with the children
  • Drop off / pick up children to/from school or kindergarten or accompany them to various after-school activities
  • Light household duties (e.g. preparing children’s meals, doing children’s laundry, making the children’s beds, vacuuming the living room area and so on)
  • Once an applicant has handed in his/her application, an interview will be conducted (via Skype) before s/he will be put in touch with our registered and screened AuPairCare Germany host families.
  • All au pair participants receive comprehensive support by our staff. This includes the support before program start (the actual matching process with host families & au pair visa process) as well as support during the au pair’s stay by local AuPairCare Germany representatives. The Representatives will invite the au pairs in their area to regular au pair meetings and conduct mediations between au pair and host family, if necessary.
The program benefits are as follows:
  • AuPairCare Germanys service is free of charge for au pair participants.
  • Flexible program lengths: choose between 6 and 12 months
  • Monthly stipend of €350 (€260 au pair stipend plus € 90 for educational purposes like language classes)
  • Free board and room
  • 2 days of paid vacation per month (which comes up to 4 weeks for a 12-months stay)
  • Free flight (for 12 months commitments with the same host family)
  • Free comprehensive insurance package (illness, accident, third party liability) 
  • Free local transportation pass for city of placement
  • Orientation meeting with local representative and support during your entire stay in Germany
  • Au pair Handbook and Welcome package with lots of useful information upon arrival

Skills and Qualifications

  • Be between 18 and 26 years old (due to visa requirements)
  • Have obtained at least a bachelor’s degree or are in the process of obtaining a bachelor’s degree
  • Be experienced in looking after children; for example, babysitting, internships in pre-schools, kindergartens or in a pediatric center; as a camp counselor or after-school tutor
  • Be in good health and have a clean criminal record
  • Preferably have a valid driver’s license
  • Be interested in learning about the German culture and language, as well as have some basic German language skills (due to visa requirements)

  • Opens: 02/19/2015
  • Closes: 12/31/2015
  • Rate of Pay: $1,125/month (includes housing & other benefits)
  • Hours/Days: 30 hours/week
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Contact Kathrin Schultze at Or use the form on our website for applying:
  • Employer Name: Ayusa International e.V.
  • Employer Phone: +49 30 84 39 39 17
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Kathrin Schultze
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

City Vision Internships

City Vision Internships is a Christian one-year, multi-year or summer internship program based on the AmeriCorps model. Interns serve at one of over 40 positions across the USA and Canada. In the past 10 years, we have placed over 500 full-time interns and 68,000+ volunteers in hundreds of Christian ministries.

Description: Duties include any aspect of assisting with children's, youth, or adult programs based in a ministry or church. It may include:

  • Mentoring, coordinating volunteers, community outreach, assisting in the counseling of homeless individuals and those suffering from substance abuse
  • Assisting with food preparation and service, assisting with the management of the building facilities
  • Managing expense and invoicing processes, reconciling bank statements, assisting with payroll, managing files, maintaining records, answering phones, E-mail, and managing supplies and client intake.
For Interns without a Bachelors Degree - One Year (or summer) Work Study Internship: 
  • Provides a work study internship with free tuition in City Vision College for a full year paid by hosting ministry.
  • Online courses providing accredited degrees in Nonprofit Management, Addiction Studies, and Urban Missions.
  • Housing is provided by hosting ministry (or a cash equivalent living stipend).
  • Any Pell grant or other federal financial aid paid as cash payment to student (up to $5,645).
  • Expectation is typically 29 hours of volunteer work with 16 hours of class work per week (45 hours total).
For Interns with a Bachelors Degree - One Year Paid Internship: 
  • Housing is provided by hosting ministry (or a cash equivalent living stipend).
  • Volunteer Interns paid a living stipend from $200-$600/month (depending on site).
  • Free tuition in City Vision College for a full year paid by hosting ministry.(Optional)
  • Expectation is typically 40 hours of volunteer work per week.
Multi-Year Graduate Fellowship to either - City Vision College's Masters in Technology in Ministry OR a Bakke Graduate University program: 
  • Free tuition to City Vision College Master's Program in Technology in Ministry or a Bakke Graduate University program including MBA, Masters in Global Leadership or Social Entrepreneurship or Doctorates in Ministry or Transformational Leadership
  • Housing or rental stipend may be provided.
  • Candidates may receive up to 6 hours of independent study credit based on practicum work at ministry site.
  • Supervised nonprofit or ministry experience interning 29 hours per week.

Skills and Qualifications

  • At least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or equivalent (GED)
  • Must be a Christian
  • U.S. or Canadian citizen, U.S. or Canadian national or lawful permanent resident alien, or have a valid student or work visa
  • Able to make at least a one year (or summer) commitment (may be extended by mutual agreement)
  • Able to financially live on just free housing (and stipend if you opt for the One Year Paid Internship) and any outside income sources you have.
  • Able to relocate to a location of a ministry site (unless a site exists at your current location)
For more information or to apply visit

  • Opens: 12/02/2014
  • Closes: 12/01/2015
  • Rate of Pay: $200-600/month
  • Hours/Days: 30 hours/5 days
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Contact Tasha for more details
  • Employer Name: Andrew Sears
  • Employer Phone: 6172829798
  • Employer Mailing Address: 48 Plesasnt street
  • Employer Contact: Tasha Sousa
  • Email Address:
  • Website:

City Vision Internships

City Vision Ministry Internship is a Christian one-year or summer internship program based on the AmeriCorps model. In the past 10 years, we have placed over 500 full-time interns and 68,000+ volunteers in hundreds of Christian ministries. Interns serve at one of over 40 positions across the USA and Canada. Actual positions vary by location, but each site will include at least one of the following four roles:

Skills and Qualifications
City Vision Internship: Youth Ministry Intern Position:  
Duties include any aspect of assisting with a youth program based in a church or ministry. It may include:

  • Mentoring, coordinating volunteers, tutoring, college prep,conducting community & parent outreach, planning college visits and workshops as directed.
  • A typical day of work for the Youth Ministry Intern involves preparing lessons and activities for the participating youth, assisting them with their homework, leading lessons and activities, supervising their snack and outdoor play sessions, supervising volunteers, assisting with behavior management, keeping accurate records on program participants, soliciting and managing in-kind donations, and assisting the Site Director in the day-to-day administration of the program 
City Vision Internship: Adult Ministry Intern Position:
Duties include any aspect of assisting with an adult ministry based in a church or ministry. Duties may include:
  • Assisting in the counseling of homeless individuals and those suffering from substance abuse, ensuring the safety of those inside the mission, assisting with food preparation and service, and assisting with the management and maintenance of the building facilities.
  • A typical day of work for the Rescue Mission Worker involves working with the rescue mission staff to ensure that the mission's programs operate successfully and that those who the mission serves remain safe, warm, and well-fed.
City Vision Internship: Financial Management Intern Position:  
The Nonprofit Management Internship will help prepare interns for future careers as a bookkeeper/financial manager in nonprofit management. Duties may Include:
  • Managing expenses and invoicing processes for the ministry; reconciling bank statements, assisting in preparing for audits, collecting on accounts receivable, assisting with payroll, managing filing systems to provide proper financial records, managing files, timesheets, maintaining client records, answering phones, E-mail, managing supplies and client intake as well as providing support for the overall administrative needs of the ministry.
City Vision Internship: Grant Writing/Development Intern Position:  
The Grant Writer is a full time position which is responsible for writing grants, managing existing grants, and assisting with development work with the following duties:
  • Writing grants to corporate foundations, private foundations and government funding sources; managing existing grants including tracking data, compiling evaluations and writing reports to existing funding sources; researching grant opportunities and developing lists of potential funding sources; supervising the development of a donor base of individuals; assisting in developing newsletters, publications, annual reports and other communication with funders; and assisting with any other fund raising, development or administrative activities as needed.

  • Opens: 11/13/2014
  • Closes: 11/12/2015
  • Rate of Pay: $200-600
  • Hours/Days: 30
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Email for more details.
  • Employer Name: Andrew Sears
  • Employer Phone: 6172829798
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Tasha Sousa
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Internship Programs in Asia

Internship Placements: · Working on financial analysis reports for Citibank · Inspecting aircrafts at Cathay Pacific Airways · Working on the new business strategy in English for China Unicom, A China-State owned telecommunication operator · Meeting patients at St Michael’s hospital · Analyzing various DNA’s patterns at the Pasteur research Institute · Working on settling copyrights disputes at Sheppard Mullin law firm · Writing features articles for China Daily, the widest English language newspaper in China · Reviewing performances of various production lines at Tyco Electronics engineering · Drawing sketches for the three gorges hydraulic right bank at GHP Architecture, design and planning · Working on the opening of a chain of restaurant with a successful American entrepreneur · Pitching clients for a new advertising campaign at McCann · Designing wedding dresses for famous HK local fashion designer Vivian Luk

Skills and Qualifications
Non-specific skills

  • Opens: 10/01/2014
  • Closes: 10/01/2015
  • Rate of Pay: Unpaid
  • Hours/Days: 6-8
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Please fill in online application with resume at
  • Employer Name: Jerome Le Carrou
  • Employer Phone: 63225990
  • Employer Mailing Address:
  • Employer Contact: Jerome Le Carrou
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Interns/Co-ops with Boeing

Two of the best ways to gain real experience working at Boeing are through internships and co-ops. To learn more about these amazing opportunities, visit our website

Skills and Qualifications
see website

  • Opens: 08/01/2014
  • Closes: 06/05/2015
  • Rate of Pay: DOE
  • Hours/Days: TBD
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: see website
  • Employer Name: Boeing
  • Employer Phone:
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  • Employer Contact: Boeing
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Micron Internships

To learn more about current opportunities and position descriptions, visit the website.

Skills and Qualifications
To learn more about current opportunities and needed skills/qualifications, visit the website.

  • Opens: 08/01/2014
  • Closes: 06/05/2015
  • Rate of Pay: DOE
  • Hours/Days: TBD
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: see website
  • Employer Name: Micron
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  • Employer Contact: Micron
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Intern- Senator Risch's Office

Senator Risch's internship program provides a unique experience that invites students interested in public service to observe U.S. democracy at work and participate in the legislative process. Internships are available year-round in our Washington, D.C. office

Skills and Qualifications
The program is open to undergraduate students of all majors, and while preference is given to Idaho residents, all students are encouraged to apply. Intern projects include, but are not limited to, legislative research and constituent services.

  • Opens: 08/01/2014
  • Closes: 06/05/2015
  • Rate of Pay: TBA
  • Hours/Days: FT in Washington DC office
  • Type of position: Internships (Off Campus)
  • How to apply: Application requirements: -a completed online application form (see website) -three letters of recommendation -a college transcript Letters of recommendation and college transcripts should be emailed to or faxed to (202) 224-2573
  • Employer Name: Senator Risch
  • Employer Phone:
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  • Employer Contact: Risch Internships
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