Early Care & Learning Council is looking for motivated and committed undergraduate or graduate students to work on different projects with broad impact. The responsibilities of an intern vary depending on the length of their internship, curriculum requirements and areas of interest. Interns will be an active participant in developing their internship experience, which will mirror a true-to-life professional work experience.
Interns work under the supervision of professional staff and carry out a variety of tasks as needed. Strong writing, analytical and reading comprehension skills are important. Excellent organizational skills and computer skills are desirable. Internships are unpaid.
We are seeking interns in research and evaluation, not-for-profit management, and planning and coordination activities and functions. Refer to the job descriptions below for more information.
Internships & Volunteerism
If you are interested in pursuing an
internship or volunteer opportunity, contact:
Ryan Belak, Community Engagement Coordinator
(518) 690-4217, x 14