As part of our commitment to community engagement, CIRCLE offers internship opportunities designed to serve students a three levels of education:
High School: High school interns learn valuable leadership skills as they work to organize and execute our STAMP programs. Interns are expected to commit to three months of work with our team and can expect to take on responsibilities related to the execution of our programming for middle school students.
Undergraduate: Our undergraduate internship focuses on the design and implementation of diversity and inclusiveness programming for adults. Internship duties vary considerably depending on the skills and needs of the intern.
Masters: Our masters-level interns work directly with out founder and CEO to learn the skills necessary to maintain a non-profit that partners with a great diversity of community members. The masters-level internship is best suited for those studying non-profit management or educational administration.
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