Internships

Join our team

Contribute to the community

Every semester, Family Futures provides a wide range of internship opportunities for students and recent graduates from all majors. It’s a great way to gain real-world experience in the nonprofit sector.

Get prepared for your future career

Earn college credits, gain marketable experience, increase your social network, and work with a diverse and fun staff. We even spend two weeks of the program dedicated to resume reviews, interview prep, and mock interviews so you can feel confident in your job search. 

General requirements

  • Current student or recent graduate
  • Experience or interest in relevant field
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Effective time management and organization, even with frequent interruptions
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • At least 12 hours per week
  • Intern hours should be scheduled between 9:00am and 4:00pm Monday-Friday

Internship opportunities

Family Futures is currently accepting applications for fall semester (September – December), winter semester (January – April), and summer semester (May – August). Please see the full list of internships available and the detailed position descriptions below for more information.

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Don’t see an internship option that fits you here? Keep checking our website. As our needs change, we sometimes change the types of interns we’re looking for. You’re also welcome to email internship@familyfutures.net if you’re interested in interning with us.

What our interns are saying

“I absolutely loved working with Family Futures as an intern. I always felt supported and had open communication with my supervisor, the staff, and interns while I was employed there.”

—Marissa Acevado, Community Relations Intern

“Family Futures allowed me to utilize my learned skills through my education while simultaneously giving me the opportunity to try new things. The variety of work opened my eyes to the many additional interests I could pursue in my professional career.”

—Chris Shankin, Community Relations Intern

“An internship opportunity at Family Futures is one like no other. Everything we did was in direct correlation to the organization’s mission. I was given the freedom to determine my own way of completing each task and everyone wants to see you succeed.”

—Nada Aouad, HR Intern