Provided byNeighborhood House Community Center
Community Impact Teen Internships
Community Impact Internships are open to youth in grades 9-12.
Paid Community Impact Interns work directly with Neighborhood House staff in one of three focus areas – youth development, food security, and center support . Interns will spend time orienting to Neighborhood House, supporting programs, and developing and implementing a project/program at the center.
School Year Internships run from September through June.
Summer Internships run from June through August.
Interns work between 2 and 6 hours per week. Starting wage is $14.01/hr.
Interested individuals must complete an application.
Youth development interns may plan and lead afterschool activities, help with field trips, snack and free time, or tutor younger students.
Food security interns may staff the food pantry during open hours, create and distribute educational materials, prepare and serve community meals, or stock the pantry.
Center support interns may work as a greeter at the front desk, clean and organize at the center, complete administrative and clerical tasks, answer questions and direct center guests.
Event interns may help with organizing and facilitating events like music, meals, sales, and outdoor movies