Career Services

For Students, Alumni and Employers

Non-Profit Internship Program

test The “4A Cause” Experiential Learning Internship Program gives students the opportunity to work with a nonprofit organization or a community service deptartment that they feel passionate about helping. Organizations in many areas including: social justice, animal rights, public policy, environmental, social issues, mental health, healthcare, education, and more.

日本a级黄影片视频大全_日本a级黄影片视频全集_在线播放-叫兽网This program will provide students with new skills essential to career development, along with a new understanding of community efforts going on in the "real world". Students receive a mandatory initial training called Classroom to Career on how to be effective in the workplace, and an awards ceremony takes place at the conclusion of the program. Students build their resumes with experience while learning more about advocacy in the surrounding community.  In addition, studies confirm experiential learning internships can lead to other assignments and future work or projects for the student.

The program lasts at least 12 weeks, with a minimum of 10 hours required each week. Most interns work 10-15 hours a week. Internships are unpaid but if we receive grant funding there may be some compensation paid through stipends.

How to apply

Applications will be accepted year round. Matches are made in July each year. To request a student or employer application email Cindy Lewis, Director of Career Services at

Current and Past Participants