The Do Good Institute has extended the deadline through Sunday for its premier internship program, Impact Interns.
More than 30 paid internship opportunities are available for both undergraduate and graduate students for this summer in social impact careers. Host organizations include the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation, Heart of America, Maryland League of Conservation Voters, Congressional Hunger Center, Game Genius, Nonprofit Village and more.
Impact Interns is designed to provide emerging social sector leaders with meaningful opportunities to gain professional experience, develop skills, build a professional network, and learn more about working in the nonprofit and social impact sphere. All interns will be paid at least $15 an hour and contribute substantial work to mission-driven organizations combating today's most pressing issues, from fighting hunger to promoting literacy.
Interns will participate in additional professional development coaching and workshops throughout their internship and get a chance to lead and contribute to projects in communications and marketing, impact evaluation, research, fundraising and more.
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