The 826 National Internship program
At 826 National, our interns are an important part of our team, helping to support staff with national initiatives that keep our seven tutoring and writing centers running. On any given day you may find yourself doing a number of different projects, from writing text for the newsletter to helping coordinate a nationwide fundraising campaign, helping to plan one of our 101 Seminars or editing student work and website content. Interns help us prepare and run all of our events, and you might even find yourself designing a product or modeling 826 snuggies and other swag. Internships are unpaid and require a commitment of at least 15 hours per week and at least 12-16 weeks.
We have three internship seasons.
|September – December
Apply before September 1st to make the first round of interviews. DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL OCTOBER 1!
|January – May
Apply before December 1st to make the first round of interviews.
|June – August
Apply before May 1st to make the first round of interviews.
Up for the challenge? Great! We’d love to hear from you!
We are currently hiring for several different intern positions. While all our interns and staff members often work together, each intern position will focus on a different aspect of our organization. Check out each one and see which position interests you. For inquiries about the internship program, contact Daniel Cesca: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to interact with students and see how 826 works on the ground level? Look no further than the many internship opportunities offered at each of our seven chapters. Positions vary by city, but focus areas are as wide-ranging as Volunteer Outreach, Educational Programming, Publishing, and Graphic Design. Find out more at their respective sites: 826 Boston, 826CHI, 826DC, 826LA, 826michigan, 826NYC, and 826 Valencia.