Explore Writing-Related Internships
The following webpage reflects a variety of organizations currently or frequently seeking interns. Remember that a Writing Internship need not be called that. Rather, it must involve 120 hours of writing and related activities, including corporate communications (memos, reports, emails), social media communication, information gathering and research, planning, or the like. Click the title of the organization to dropdown details about what type of role(s) they are seeking as well as application instructions. Once a position is secured, remember to contact the Professional Development Coordinator (for undergraduates) or your Graduate Program Advisor to see about earning simultaneous degree credit.
Most recent update: August 7, 2023
Contact: Find current job listings on the above website by typing "intern" into the search field
Description: AARP is the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. With a nationwide presence, AARP strengthens communities and advocates for what matters most to the more than 100 million Americans 50-plus and their families: health security, financial stability and personal fulfillment. AARP also produces the nation’s largest circulation publications: AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. Flexible and remote opportunities are available. Internships are paid. Applicants must be enrolled in a related degree program at an accredited college/university rising undergraduate juniors or seniors, graduate students, or post-doctoral students and remain academically enrolled throughout the internship.
Opportunities: Communications (Franklin, TN), Campaigns Advocacy Communications (remote)
Alliance Bernstein Financial
Contact: Click the above link to be directed to the site application for all opportunities.
Description: Business units across the firm offer 10-week internships for current college juniors. These opportunities enable students to develop their interests, expand their skill sets and build invaluable relationships. Our typical candidates are looking to gain work experience in the financial asset-management industry.
Opportunities: Juniors - business units across the firm offer 10-week internships for current college juniors; Sophomore HBCU Scholars - 9-week internships for Undergraduate Sophomores who self-identify as Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx, American Indian, or Alaska Native from accredited Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs); New Graduates - business units across the firm offer direct placement or rotational opportunities for graduating seniors. Graduates who will have successfully completed their undergraduate degree by start of the program can apply. Program starts mentioned above in the ongoing recruiting timeline.
American Heart Association
Contact: Visit the above website for a list of all current positions (search "intern" in the field) and locate application link.
Description: The American Heart Association’s Internship Program provides college students an opportunity for hands-on experience in various facets for individuals interested in gaining work experience with a non-profit, voluntary health organization. In this role, the intern has opportunities to learn hands-on how the Marketing Communications lead promotes the Association’s campaigns, research, programs, and cause initiatives to achieve heart health for all. The internship will provide an opportunity to collaborate with teams across the Marketing and Communications, Development, and Community Impact departments, and throughout the Association. The intern will provide support to and collaborate with the Marketing Communications lead through various marketing communications strategies and tactics, such as media pitching, handling social media content creation and execution, supporting the organization’s communication efforts with all audiences, and performing administrative and core marketing duties. Time commitment is 20 per week (hybrid, with in-person work required in Nashville).
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (visit the above website for full application instructions)
Description: Aperture’s Work Scholar Program welcomes individuals to engage in Aperture’s programs and contribute to the editing, design, production, circulation, sales, and marketing of photography’s most significant publications; the development of major traveling exhibitions; educational programs for children and adults; the creation of web content; and all other business operations essential to a non-profit organization. In addition to working closely with the Aperture staff and contributing to the day-to-day office work flow, work scholars make contacts within the photo community at Aperture events and through meetings with various professionals in the photography field. Aperture’s Chelsea location offers the unique opportunity to work in New York City and have access to art galleries, museums, and other art-related facilities.
Scholar Interns serve on a paid part-time basis (24 hours per week) for which they receive $15 per hour, as well as complimentary copies of Aperture magazine. This internship requires a commitment of three days per week. Current college students as well as recent graduates are encouraged to apply. College credit is available for this program. Remote opportunities are currently available but may change based on CDC guidelines. Fall are typically due a few months in advance.
Opportunities: Editorial (Books Program), Book Publishing and Communications, Design, Development, Magazine Publishing, Production, Publicity, Special Events and Membership
Contact: Visit the website above for a current list of positions and application instructions. Visit their Internship website to read more about first-hand internship experiences.
Description: Ballotpedia is a collaborative team of fast learners and creative problem solvers who are eager to work hard to make the world a better place. We believe the world will be a better place if every citizen has access to information to make informed decisions about their vote in every election in which they are eligible to vote: primary, general, and special elections; federal, state, and local offices. Ballotpedia hosts interns at a variety of times throughout the year. As the encyclopedia of American Politics, we look for students who are passionate about connecting people to information about elections, candidates, and more. All internships with Ballotpedia are paid opportunities.
Opportunities: Editorial Intern (remote)
Barbershop Harmony Society
Contact: Robyn Chancey, email@example.com
Description: The Barbershop Harmony Society is pleased to offer a variety of internships to those wishing to experience the inside world of a not-for-profit business. Additional opportunities may be added at a later date. Your interest, course of study and the availability of openings determine the possibilities.
Currently Seeking: a Music Publications Intern. Responsibilites will be to update music catalog into published and unpublished, support copyright control and identifications, upload new titles to shop site, determine songs that might be questionable and send to the Music Review Committee, sort unpublished works, work with volunteers to re-engrave songs that need work. If interested in this particular role, students should contact the Director of Music Education and Services, Steve Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past Opportunities: Convention Show Production Internship, Copyright & Publishing Internship, Marketing Internship, Music Education Internship, Social Media Internship, Video Production Internship
The Borgen Project
Contact: Visit above website to learn application requirements based on your interested role. Then contact email@example.com
Description: Only 5% of candidates applying to The Borgen Project are selected. While the hiring process is incredibly competitive, we look for a diverse range of backgrounds. We’ve found no correlation between high GPA’s, MBA’s and/or prestigious universities when it comes to determining who will have the biggest impact for the world’s poor. Our selection process focuses on finding great individuals, with a strong work ethic and passion for righting wrongs. The remote internships below work from home, but must meet weekly deadlines, attend meetings via conference call and submit weekly reports. All positions are unpaid, but college credit is available.
Opportunities: Regional Director, Advocate, Writer, Volunteer Editor
Calvert Street Group
Description: Interns will be expected to work a minimum of 15 hours a week. However, full-time positions are available. Days and times are flexible. Interns will be assigned to various political and corporate campaigns, working to implement strategy as directed by campaign managers. As an intern, you will be an integral part of our fun, hardworking team, and your work will directly affect the performance and growth of Calvert Street Group.
Opportunities: Campaign Project Interns; Digital Interns
Care What You Wear Sustainable Fashion + Lifestyle
Description: At Care What You Wear, you'll have the opportunity to dive headfirst into the exciting world of sustainable fashion in a semester-long internship (about 10 hours of remote work per week). Gain hands-on experience and work alongside industry experts as you contribute to our mission to revolutionize the way people consume and appreciate clothing. Learn from the best in the field as you collaborate on various projects, with responsibilities like assisting in developing and implementing our digital marketing strategies, creating engaging content for our social media platforms to inspire and educate our community, market research and analysis to identify emerging sustainable fashion trends, and organizing eco-conscious events and fashion shows.
Contact: Visit above website to learn application requirements based on your interested role. Contact Kendra Boesch, Kboesch@cheekwood.org with any questions.
Description: Work for one of the most beautiful places in Nashville! Formerly the family home of Mabel and Leslie Cheek, Cheekwood now serves the public as a botanical garden, arboretum, and museum with period rooms and art galleries. Cheekwood’s mission is to stimulate the mind and nurture the spirit, for not only our visitors, but our staff as well.
Opportunities: Development, Retail E-commerce
Choice Media and Communications
Contact: Linzee Richards, firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Choice Media & Communications is the leading communications firm dedicated to providing clients in the entertainment and lifestyle space with quality communications services. Choice helps brands, influencers, and authors grow their business and influence by leveraging our unparalleled relationships and crafting smart, personalized communication and brand strategies that demand attention and deliver results. Our ideal candidate is sharp and savvy with a great deal of initiative, strong work ethic, warmth, superior writing and communication skills and a genuine passion for the lifestyle and entertainment clientele Choice serves. All internships are non-paid with the opportunity for school credit. Interns are asked to work 10 - 20 hours per week. Fall internships are usually selected by Aug. 1.
Opportunities: Business Development, Publicity, Digital Media
Country Music Hall of Fame
Contact: Visit the above website to find upcoming internships, application instructions, and deadlines for the fall, spring, and summer positions
Description: More than 1.5 million guests explored the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum in 2022, placing it among the most visited history museums in the country. Located in the heart of downtown Nashville, as an intern, you’ll be steps away from the honky–tonks on Broadway; other cultural institutions, such as the Ryman Auditorium, National Museum of African American Music, Frist Art Museum, and the Nashville Symphony; a short ride to East Nashville, known for its vibrant and eclectic music and food scenes; shopping and restaurants in the Gulch; and the green, outdoor spaces of Centennial Park (known for its full-scale replica of the Parthenon); and more. Our interns are part of a fun, friendly, and supportive learning environment! Our paid internships are work-based learning opportunities that introduce college students to museum-related careers and other professions found in large cultural organizations. Internships are designed for a maximum commitment of 25 hours per week for 12 weeks with consideration given to individual university requirements. Additional adjustments to the 12-week, 25-hour schedule will be at the discretion of the internship supervisor. Educational programs which operate on a quarterly basis may be accommodated. Motivated students who are seeking hands-on experiences in a team-oriented environment will find excellent opportunities at the Museum.
Past Opportunities: Development, Education & Community Engagement, Marketing, Museum Services, Public Relations
Frist Art Museum
Description: FAM is committed to equity and inclusion at all levels. One of the primary goals of FAM’s board-approved strategic plan is ensuring that the museum is stable, sustainable, equitable, and a great place to work. This includes recruiting, developing, and retaining museum professionals, with a focus on encouraging mentorships and providing supervised internships to build a pipeline for emerging professionals and future museum leadership that reflect the demographics of Nashville-area communities. FAM’s internship program is designed to introduce college students to the many career pathways offered within a noncollecting art museum. Internships are offered to students currently enrolled in an academic institution during the school year, or recent graduates, with internship periods coinciding with the fall and spring semesters and summer break. Interns will be paid $15 per hour on a weekly basis. Application instructions and deadlines are listed on the FAM website linked above.
Past Opportunities: Education & Engagement, Publications, Communication, Development
Gannett Co., Inc.
Contact: Visit the above website for current listing of internships and application links.
Description: Gannett Co., Inc. (GCI) is a subscription-led and digitally-focused media and marketing solutions company committed to empowering communities to thrive. With an unmatched reach at the national and local level, Gannett touches the lives of nearly 140 million people monthly with our Pulitzer-Prize winning content, consumer experiences and benefits, and advertiser products and services. Gannett brands include the USA TODAY and more than 260 daily local newspaper brands, our digital marketing services brand LocaliQ, and U.K. media company Newsquest. There's never been a better time to join our talented team.
Past Opportunities: Accounting, Reporting, Photography, Content, Marketing, Producing, Social Media, Opinion Desk
Contact: Find current listings and online applications at the above website
Description: Good Party is not a political party. We build tools to change the rules, and are mobilizing a movement of people to disrupt the corrupt two-party system. We're building a movement and free tech to end America's two-party political dysfunction and create a truly representative democracy. At Good Party, we help real people run winning campaigns based on good ideas. Our team is 100% remote, with diverse backgrounds and political beliefs. We work hard on our mission but care about each other, and our own well being too. If creatively disrupting politics for good sounds like a challenge you’re up for, check out the roles we're looking to fill right now!
Opportunities: Social Media Marketing (paid)
Description: Hall Strategies is a Nashville-based, independent public and government relations firm known for leading companies and organizations to success. We offers a hands-on internship program allowing selected applicants to garner comprehensive experience in the integrated management of strategies and tactics related to public relations, event and association management, and legislative affairs. Interns should be proficient at multi-tasking and managing balancing short-term and long-term assignments with core weekly research and reporting responsibilities. Hall Strategies’ goal is to enhance the overall skill level and capabilities of our interns so that they make a positive impact on our diverse local, regional and national clients, as well as further their own professional experience, positioning themselves for versatile careers in the related disciplines of public and government relations.
Opportunities: Applicants should possess strong writing abilities, be proficient with various social media channels and be willing to work independently on a myriad of projects concurrently. Candidates are asked to submit their resume, letter of application, references and writing samples.
Leverage Creative Group
Contact: David Loy, email@example.com
Description: Leverage Creative Group is a digital publisher that builds online platforms for personal brands and innovative companies. We have a proven track record in the space and a team of experts to help implement these services. This is a start-up environment, and we're really excited about our future growth. Assuming you’re chosen for this opportunity, in addition to an hourly pay structure, we will also work with your school to make sure you get appropriate credit for this position.
Current Opportunity: Copywriting Intern (remote, 10-15 hours a week). Your words will inform and engage target audiences through clear and concise copy. Writing projects will range from emails, sales pages, webinar scripts, customer support, and digital advertising. Our ideal candidate will be able to grow their copywriting skills quickly and have a want-to, not have-to, attitude when it comes to acquiring those skills. You will need to have a love of writing and be highly motivated, capable of taking ownership of their work. Responsibilities include collaborating with the copy leads and researching. This is a paid position.
Max Borges Agency
Contact: Visit the above website to find current openings and application details
Description: We are a communications, creative services and digital strategy firm founded on three simple ideas: Work with great brands, hire smart people, and do great work. We seek opportunities to help clients, crush competitors, upset the status quo and make history. Our paid internship program provides interns with hands-on, real world public relations experience with global and national consumer goods and consumer tech brands. Interns are responsible for assisting with projects, while also tasked with leading projects on their own, such as building media and influencer lists, drafting/distributing pitches, communicating directly with media/influencers, attending agency meetings/brainstorms and more. Interns report to directly to their agency mentor, who is a senior level PR professional with vast experience.
Opportunities: Public Relations (remote)
Mayor's Office Internship Program
Description: The Mayor’s Office strives to create real-world opportunities for interns to see how local government shapes the community. Interns are assigned to a staff member to gain expertise in a particular area and work on independent projects. Positions are available during the spring and summer semesters. Students must be able to work at least 15 hours per week in the spring semester. During the summer, students must be available to work a minimum of 21 hours per week. Students are encouraged to receive course credit for the experience. *Note: Positions may change based on mayoral elections.
Opportunities: Affordable Housing, Communications, Economic and Community Development, Environment and Sustainability, Neighborhoods and Community Engagement, New Americans, Performance Management, Transportation and Infrastructure, Youth and Education
MLA Summer Internships
Contact: When available, listings and application instructions will be available via the above website
Description: Founded in 1883, the Modern Language Association of America provides opportunities for its members to share their scholarly findings and teaching experiences with colleagues and to discuss trends in the academy. MLA members host an annual convention and other meetings, work with related organizations, and sustain one of the finest publishing programs in the humanities. For more than a century, members have worked to strengthen the study and teaching of language and literature.
Past Opportunities: Technical, Bibliographic Database, Indexer, Meetings and Events, Communications and Marketing
Murfreesboro Linebaugh Library
Contact: Carol Ghattas, firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Linebaugh Public Library accepts non-paid interns to help with press releases, digital promotions, and special projects which can include grant writing, if applicable. Interns will perform other tasks as well, increasing their knowledge of library services.
MTSU Center for Chinese Music & Culture
Description: The Center for Chinese Music and Culture (CCMC) at MTSU would be interested in hosting any interns that are interested. The CCMC hosts events and needs continued support in writing for the programs, descriptions of the events, press releases, museum descriptions, website promotion, and other related support in writing. Dr. Mei Han is the director for the Center and the primary contact.
Nashville International Center for Empowerment
Contact: Elizabeth Harrington, email@example.com
Description: Nashville International Center for Empowerment’s mission is to ensure refugees and immigrants achieve their full potential now and for generations to come. Our goal is to empower refugees and immigrants with resources and opportunities that will aid them in their resettlemenat and equip them to be successful in the future. Interns are an invaluable part of the NICE workforce. As a fast growing organization with an extensive community network, we offer you the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of global relations while exploring the possibility of future employment. For over a decade, our mission has been the empowerment of our clients through education, employment, resettlement and social adjustment services. We invite you to join us in our work.
Current Opportunities: Adult Education, Youth Education, Development, Refugee Resettlement & Placement, Refugee Benefits, Match Grant, Volunteer Relations
Contact: Visit the above website for application instructions or email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Do you want to inspire a passion to conserve the natural world? College-aged individuals and recent college graduates are invited to spend a semester working alongside our talented Zoo staff. These opportunities (both paid and unpaid) offer valuable experience in a unique setting for future professionals in many areas. As part of your internship, you will receive training in methods that were developed as part of Denver Zoos ROADMAP program as well as techniques taught as part of the National Association for Interpretations (NAI) and Certified Interpretive Guide (CIG) Course. Education Internships will be on a full-time basis with intern working 30 to 40 hours per week. Spring Semester applications open Oct. 1 and are due by Nov. 1. Summer Semester applications open Feb. 1 and are due by Mar. 1. Fall Semester applications open Jun. 1 and are due by Jul. 1.
Opportunities: Education Intern, you will have the opportunity to gain experience in presenting thematic interpretive programs, leading education programs and developing your knowledge on a variety of topics including conservation, wildlife biology, botany, history and park management. Applicants must be college aged or a recent college graduate with interest in the natural, physical or cultural sciences, communication, education, natural science interpretation or recreation and resources management.
Contact: Submit an application on website above.
Description: Our Summer Internship Program only gets better each year. While the size of the program may ebb and flow to align with the company's hiring needs, the quality of the program continues to improve. Our goal is to bring the best and the brightest talent into Nissan, provide them with an experience they will never forget, and to build the future of automotive and the leaders of the next generation. Summer positions are posted September each year.
Examples of Past Opportunities: Talent Acquisition Intern, Diveristy and Inclusion Co-Op Intern, UX Research Intern, Internal Communications Intern
Nashville Public Library
Contact: Amy Pierce, email@example.com
Description: Library internships are designed for college students and are appropriate for many disciplines of the humanities, social sciences, arts, and business. Thoughtfully constructed projects are supervised by library staff who mentor and guide students. Time commitment is usually 100-150 hours during a semester (10-15 hours per week). Available internships change each term. *Note: Internships are currently on hold during a staff transition.
Opportunities: Archival Processing for Special Collections, Archives Project for Metro Archives, Library Community Researcher
Nashville SC Soccer
Contact: Submit an application on website above based on the position you're interested in.
Description: Nashville SC is looking for highly motivated individuals interested in being a part of the Major League Soccer team in Nashville. The ideal candidates will demonstrate initiative, the ability to multi-task, a willingness to learn and a positive attitude. Applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program and eligible for college credit. Interns will work 20-25 hours per week. Applications will be reviewed as they are received so interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Please note that internships are in-person but are subject to change based on department.
Opportunities: Academy Administration, Community Engagement, Digital & Social Media, Private Events Intern, Public Relations and Communication
Contact: Find application instructions on the above website. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Description: Nuance is a Nashville-based multimedia company that curates trends in music, style, and art particularly in the underground and independent scene. At Nuance, we recognize the struggle that young artists and creatives go through when trying to turn their passion into their career, so we strive to give a platform for talented but underexposed artists to share their work with a greater audience while giving the artist the best representation of thesmelves. We invest in the individuals who we really believe can make a difference in the future of the industry. In short, we are constantly shaping what's next. For the tastemakers out there who believe in this new kind of magazine and want to build a career around it, we have several open internships for writing and social media. If either of these seem like something that would interest you, please don’t hesitate to fill out an application.
Opportunities: Writing Intern, Social Media Intern
Contact: Find application instructions on the above website.
Description: Nxt Level is a growing team helping engineers, artists, product managers, and more find the next step in their career. If you're looking to work with the biggest names in technology, then you're in the right place.
Opportunities: Social Media
Open Table Nashville
Description: Open Table Nashville internships are designed as a hands-on learning experience that fosters personal growth, leadership, professional skills, and a deeper understanding of how to break cycles of poverty and homelessness. All internships are for a minimum of 10 hours a week.
Opportunities: Social Work, Communications, Field Education with Vanderbilt Divinity School
Pierce Public Relations
Description: Pierce PR is looking for a highly motivated and detail-oriented intern. What’s in it for you? You’ll receive hands-on experience with copywriting, graphic design and social media content development. You’ll also have an opportunity to learn from some of the best in the biz (if we do say so ourselves!). If expanding both your experience and network with a Nashville-based, woman-owned agency sounds like your cup of tea, send an inquiry on the website.
Contact: Find application instructions on the above website
Description: Are you a great writer? Do you have stellar social media skills? What about a knack for research? REED Public Relations is looking for 1-2 motivated, enthusiastic interns to learn the ropes and work on local, regional and national PR and public affairs accounts. We work with a range of clients, from corporations and non-profits to think tanks and small businesses. Responsibilities include research, event planning, tracking client coverag, and administrative tasks.
Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce
Contact: Kristina Troglen, email@example.com
Description: Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce is looking for a marketing intern for summer or fall/winter. The opportunity is unpaid but comes with plenty of hands-on-experience and lots of networking opportunities, and the intern will walk away with samples for their portfolios. Responsibilities include copyediting, graphic design, photography, website work and social media.
Tennessee Leaders of Tomorrow
Contact: Find application instructions on the above website
Description: The Tennessee Leaders of Tomorrow Internship Program has a mission to provide practical work experience while growing future leaders in Tennessee. Participants will gain unique insight into state government, develop important career skills, and be exposed to the value of public service. Tennessee Leaders of Tomorrow is an 8-week program offered in the spring, summer, and fall. Interns will have the opportunity to gain a better understanding of state government and important job skills, and participate in leadership development activities, including optional speaker series and special programing at the state capitol in Nashville. Internships are available within 23 different state departments.
Tennessee State Library & Archives
Contact: Find application instructions on the above website or contact Kayce Butler, firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: TSLA welcomes interns and volunteers who would like to be involved in aspects of library and archival work. Students enrolled in a school or university program may study here as interns, while any member of the community may serve as a volunteer. All interested candidates should be detail-oriented and have some background in history or library work.
Opportunities: Planning & Development, Public Services, Preservation Services
Titan Web Marketing Solutions
Description: As an intern at Titan Web Marketing Solutions, you’re part of our team from day one. No, we won’t ask you to go on a coffee run, pick up a package at the post office, or complete meaningless tasks for the sake of keeping you busy. You’re one of us. You’ll work with our team to develop new ideas, piece together campaigns, participate in spontaneous office shenanigans, and collaborate to find the best solution to a client problem.
Opportunities: Graphic and Website Design, Front-End Web Developer, Content Writing, Social Media, Marketing
Contact: Jessica Dauphin, email@example.com
Description: The Transit Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to build awareness and support for funding regional multimodal transit. We do this by empowering local communities with information and resources to create positive change. Interns are expected to work roughly 10 +/- hours per week on a hybrid schedule, coming into the Downtown Nashville office as needed—a schedule will be negotiated. Many internship opportunities are available, based on your interests and time of year.
Opportunities: Public and Rhetroical Writing, Area Narrative Photography, Program Support, Donor Development & Fundraising, Events Support & Coordination, Speech Writing & Presentations
With The Band
Contact: Carlyn Warren, firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: With the Band is a premier fan engagement company that helps artists better their fan engagement strategies through Fan Activations and their new Fan Crew platform. In only four years, With the Band has grown from an idea in a dorm room to captivating packed-out arenas with creative and collaborative fan projects for artists such as the Jonas Brothers and Kacey Musgraves. The company’s new web/app platform provides a turnkey solution for artists to manage and monetize their fan bases through a FAN CREW - their modern-day version of a fan club. Artists such as Dylan Scott and Maggie Rose have started their Fan Crews on With the Band this past year. Our internships are in person at our office in Nashville, with flexible work-from-home days offered.
Opportunities: Social Media Management, Blog Manager, Video Editing & Content Creation, Public Relations, Artist Relations
Contact: Submit a brief form on the above website to inquire.
Description: youbloom’s mission is to expand the delivery of amazing live music experiences by increasing the connectedness of fans, artists, promoters and venues. The intern term is 3 to 6 months. Please note all intern positions are unpaid and remote. Other than attending weekly team calls, interns are usually able to make their own time. Where an intern performs the position very well, we may be able to offer a more full or part-time position with compensation.
Opportunities: Social Media Marketing, UX/UI, Human Resources, Blogger, Newsletter
YWCA of Nashville
Contact: April Blanch, email@example.com
Description: The YWCA offers internships to undergraduate and graduate students in many areas of study each semester. Our program is structured to provide relevant experience in non-profit programming, leadership, and social services.
Opportunities: Family Therapist, Human Resources, Domestic Violence Services, Racial Justice Program, Girls Inc., Family Literacy Center, Dress for Success, Development & Marketing, AMEND Together Program