The Cradles to Crayons College Corps offers a meaningful experience with tangible social impact and the opportunity to learn valuable leadership skills.
The College Corps Program includes two different programs, College Corps Departmental Internships and the College Corps Internship Program. Below is information on each program.
College Corps Departmental Internships are offered in three twelve week sessions each year. Please inquire about receiving internship credit.
- Spring (February-May)
- Summer (June-August)
- Fall (October-December)
Current internship opportunities for Summer 2016:
Volunteer Coordination Intern: You will gain skills in database management, customer service and increase your knowledge and exposure to social enterprises.
Partner Relations Intern: You will gain skills in various facets of the organization including: gaining a deeper understanding of the Massachussets non-profit landscape, the importance of relationship management, creating outreach materials, and experiencing opportunities that directly contribute to our mission of serving children with the essentials they need.
Development Intern: You will gain skills in fundraising and event planning and increase your knowledge and exposure to social enterprises.
National Expansion Intern: You will gain skills in research, analytics, and increase your knowledge and exposure to social enterprises.
Through this hands on experience, college students will have the opportunity to gain skills to become a successful leader. More information can be found here or by contacting Training and Volunteer Programs Associate Chris Harvell at email@example.com.
Applicants interested in this program, please apply by May 15, 2016. Applications will be received on a rolling basis.
“I met many incredible people throughout this summer who demonstrated what it meant to be a strong leader.” -2014 College Corps Program Intern
“My favorite part of the College Corps program was getting the opportunity to share my passion for service with others, and getting them excited to make a tangible difference in local children’s lives.” -2014 College Corps Program Intern