|Chanticleer Foundation - Internship Program||The Chanticleer Internship is a 6-9 month opportunity for select individuals to intensively deepen their understanding of the art of horticulture. Chanticleer is a plant-driven, highly aesthetic 47-acre public garden with the unofficial motto, “beauty without bureaucracy”.
Chanticleer Model of Garden Leadership:
• Horticulture staff are the primary designers for their section
• Emphasis on direct interaction between top management and garden staff
• Is a pleasure garden and treats every visitor as a personal guest
• Promotes the education of emerging and existing professionals in the field of horticulture
Internship Responsibilities: By working alongside the Horticulture staff, the intern will advance his/her skills as well as contribute to the garden overall. Interns are treated as part of the garden staff.
• 6-9 month position, beginning as early as March 1
• Monday – Friday, 7:30am-4pm & occasional weekend duties
• Hands-on horticultural maintenance
• Study plants, plant care, design and garden management
• Rotate through each section of the garden and perform duties specific to each
• Observe the dynamic of the staff, garden guests, and managers
• Interact with the Grounds Manager and Executive Director
||Delaware||The Chanticleer Foundation - Delaware; Wayne||Chanticleer Foundation|
|Family Planning Council - Internship Opportunities||At the Family Planning Council, you will find a variety of opportunities to help you sharpen your existing talents while you learn new skills. To meet the needs of both the student and the Family Planning Council, internships can be individually designed.||Philadelphia||Family Planning Council - Philadelphia; Center City||AccessMatters|
|Indochinese-American Council - After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring||After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring Program for Youth provides students from the Logan/Olney neighborhood schools, grades 1-12, with academic enrichment, job training, employment mentoring, and leadership training. The program operates after school during the school year.||Philadelphia||Indochinese-American Council - Philadelphia; Logan||Indochinese-American Council|
|Indochinese-American Council - After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring - Logan/Olney E3 Power Center||After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring Program for Youth provides students from the Logan/Olney neighborhood schools, grades 1-12, with academic enrichment, job training, employment mentoring, and leadership training. The program operates after school during the school year.||Philadelphia||Logan/Olney E3 Power Center||Indochinese-American Council|
|LaSalle Neighborhood Nursing Center - Bridging the Gaps - Summer Internship Program||Provides an intensive summer interdisciplinary internship.||Philadelphia||LaSalle Neighborhood Nursing Center - Philadelphia; Olney||LaSalle Neighborhood Nursing Center|
|Mission for Educating Children With Autism - Internship - Herrs Lane||Applied Behavior Analysis Interns: Preparing Adolescents for Adult Life (PAAL), a unique secondary school for adolescents with Autism, is seeking Applied Behavior Analysis Interns to assist in providing community based program following the principle of Applied Behavior Analysis for adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in conducting research projects, conducting FBA, implementation of IEP, CAPS, and PBSP, data collection, graphing of behavioral data, and curriculum design. Must be currently enrolled in an approved undergraduate or graduate program in Psychology, special Education, or Applied Behavior analysis and completed an introductory course in Applied Behavior Analysis and either completed an Introduction to Autism Course or be willing to be trained in autism.||Chester||*Main Site (Mission for Educating Children With Autism (MECA))||Mission for Educating Children With Autism|
|Mission for Educating Children With Autism - Internship - Washington Avenue||Applied Behavior Analysis Interns: Preparing Adolescents for Adult Life (PAAL), a unique secondary school for adolescents with Autism, is seeking Applied Behavior Analysis Interns to assist in providing community based program following the principle of Applied Behavior Analysis for adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in conducting research projects, conducting FBA, implementation of IEP, CAPS, and PBSP, data collection, graphing of behavioral data, and curriculum design. Must be currently enrolled in an approved undergraduate or graduate program in Psychology, special Education, or Applied Behavior analysis and completed an introductory course in Applied Behavior Analysis and either completed an Introduction to Autism Course or be willing to be trained in autism.||Chester||Preparing Adolescents for Adult Life (PAAL)||Mission for Educating Children With Autism|
|National Council of Jewish Women - Center for Women||Helps women throughout the Greater Pittsburgh region with areas related to achieving economic independence, providing women and young women in the community with programs and initiatives dedicated to building financial skills, education related to workforce entry/re-entry, mentorship, internship opportunities, legal consultations, financial coaches and referrals to additional support services.||Allegheny||Center for Women||Center for Women|
|Pennypack Farm Education Center for Sustainable Food Systems - Farm Intern Program||A stipend is paid for on-the-job training in the actual work of operating an organic CSA farm. Stipend starts at $8/hours and varies with experience. Internships are seasonal positions usually offered bewteen April and November. Housing and transportation are the intern's responsibility||Montgomery||Pennypack Farm - Montgomery; Horsham||Pennypack Farm Education Center for Sustainable Food Systems|
|Philadelphia Youth Network - Work Ready Program||WorkReady provides skills training and industry pipeline programs. WorkReady Philadelphia programs offer a variety of ways that businesses throughout the region can give a young person their first break.
||Philadelphia||Philadelphia Youth Network - Philadelphia; Old City||Philadelphia Youth Network|
|Student Internships - Northern Tier Income and Education Consortium||Offers industry internships to students in participating school districts. Intership offerings include:
The dental internship program has been modeled after NTIEC’s long-standing hospital internship program, whereas students will participate for three hours a day, once a week for approximately five-seven weeks during the fall and spring semesters. This unique opportunity will provide students with an up front and close look at the various jobs available in dentistry. They will observe and shadow dentists, dental assistants, dental hygienists, lab technicians and the office staff. Intership designed for 10th to 12th grades.
Students visit area hospitals for two to three hours once a week for six-seven weeks during the fall or spring semester. Students focus on one key department during each visit and participate in a department tour, meet the staff, learn about the work and discuss educational requirements for success in the particular staff specialty. Intership designed for 10th to 12th grades.
One to two year internships with a worksite mentor and educational coordinator for learning support. This is paid experience. Students earn a grade for this experience and the businesses are eligible for a tax credit. Internship designed for 11th to 12th grades.||Bradford||Northern Tier Income and Education Consortium||Northern Tier Income and Education Consortium |
|Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board - WorkReady Pittsburgh||Provides eligible youth in Allegheny County with six-week, paid internships at top corporations in the city. Youth spend 16 hours per week in a corporate placement and attend a 4-hour professional development seminar each Friday. The program provides youth with exposure to the corporate world and career opportunities and emphasizes the connection between school and economic success.||Allegheny||WorkReady Pittsburgh||Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board|
|University of Pittsburgh - Experiential Learning for Veterans in Assistive Technology and Engineering (ELeVATE)||ELeVATE is a program designed to re-integrate veterans to college through a three-phased program:
Phase I: participants will complete a ten-week paid research experience, complete a team project, learn 21st century skills in workshops, and prepare to begin classes at a local college. During this time, program participants are offered housing and other family assistance. Participants are also paired with rehabilitation counselors for individual and group counseling sessions to ensure the adequate supports are in place for academic success.
Phase II: participants will continue to refine their academic interests and apply for a formal program at the University of Pittsburgh or an institution of their choice.
Phase III: participants will enroll in a university and prepare to graduate from the ELeVATE program. Participants stay linked to their cohort through study and other support groups. The program encourages past participants to stay linked to the program by serving as a mentor for new ELeVATE participants.||Allegheny||University of Pittsburgh||University of Pittsburgh|
|Women Organized Against Rape - Graduate Internship Opportunities||WOAR offers internships to graduate students in Psychology or Social Work programs.
A graduate intern will receive extensive training on sexual assault, treatment issues, working with children, working with adults, and responding to crisis situations. This training occurs in September and is required.
The responsibilities of an intern are to:
-Provide individual counseling to adults and children who have been sexually assaulted
-Co-facilitate support groups
-Answer the hotline and provide medical accompaniment
-Complete all necessary paperwork
All interns are given individual weekly supervision by the Director of Counseling Services.||Philadelphia||Women Organized Against Rape - Philadelphia; Center City||Women Organized Against Rape|
|Women's Way - Internship Opportunities||WOMEN'S WAY is looking for an intern to assist with special events planning, marketing, data entry and clerical activities. In addition, the intern will manage a special project involving an annual award for a project presented by an emerging social innovator: a student (or group of students) -- enrolled in a Philadelphia area higher education institution in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, or Montgomery counties in Pa., and Camden, Burlington, or Gloucester counties in N.J. -- offering a fresh and feasible solution to an emerging issue or time-worn problem. College students and recent graduates are encouraged to apply by sending a cover letter and resume to WOMEN'S WAY. Please note that this position is unpaid.
||Philadelphia||Women's Way - Philadelphia; Center City||Women's Way|
|Year Up Philadelphia||Combines hands-on skill development, college credits, and corporate internships to prepare students for success in professional careers and higher education.||Philadelphia||Year Up Philadelphia - Philadelphia; Washington Square West||Year Up Philadelphia|