Future for KIDS provides a nonprofit leadership experience for students interested in a professional growth experience. An internship with Future for KIDS provides students the opportunity to explore and learn through hands on experience. Students are assigned projects that relate to their major and specific areas of interest. All Interns serve the mission of our organization and work directly in our Discover Your Future Program for 1 full year. The goal for each student is to have a better understanding of their strengths and skills to guide them in their career path.
Non-Profit Operations Internship
The intention of this all-inclusive internship position with Future for KIDS is to groom a future community leader of the nonprofit sector. This internship will not just include a personalized project in your area of interest, but also assist in developing the needed skills in the many departments of the nonprofit. The candidate must be available a minimum of 16 hours per week which includes 8-10 office hours and 6 hours serving the mission of the agency. You will grow an understanding for the mission of Future for KIDS and take part in programs to gain a full-circle understanding of who our programs impact. On a rotational basis, you will work on projects and be trained in the areas of skill development listed below. A transportation stipend will be paid upon successful completion of internship.
Program Management Internship
The Program Management Internship is designed to provide hands-on non-profit leadership experience in a dynamic and growing social service agency. The candidate must be available a minimum of 16 hours per week which includes 8-10 office hours and 6 hours of serving the mission of the organization in the “Discover Your Future” program. This is a part-time position working directly with the Program Manager. This internship requires possible weekend and evening hours. The Program Management Intern will be involved with all areas of the nonprofit organization, specifically with programs and camps. He/She must have reliable transportation and the ability to travel to multiple site locations in the Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, and Phoenix areas. Transportation stipend paid upon successful completion of internship
Field Intern serves as mentor in the Discover Your Future out-of-school time program and is provided with hands-on youth program leadership experience in a dynamic and growing social service agency. The candidate must be available a minimum of 6 hours per week to serve the mission of the organization.