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Jobs & Internships

Progressive Pipeline Fellowship

Progressive Pipeline places underrepresented college students and recent graduates in paid internships and early-career jobs at social change groups. If you’re accepted, we’ll offer you wrap-around training, coaching, and career support. No past experience is expected or required. Take 10 minutes to complete our application and we’ll consider you for a range of paid internships and entry-level jobs with our hiring partners. There is no application deadline! Most of our roles are remote, with a few in-person opportunities.

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Opportunity for: Undergraduates and recent college graduates

Deadline: No deadline

Curatorial and Communications Intern

The Greenway Conservancy is seeking a creative, motivated, and engaging person to join our team as a paid Curatorial and Communications Intern with our Public Art Team. The primary role of the Public Art Intern is to assist the Public Art Department with public art project management and community engagement. This position offers an undergraduate student or recent graduate the opportunity to gain firsthand experience with a wide range of responsibilities, including coordinating with artists, local partners, conducting studio visits, assisting with installation of public art projects, and curatorial research and writing. The Curatorial and Communications Intern will also assist with day to day digital communications to support storytelling efforts for ongoing and upcoming projects The Greenway’s website and social media platforms. This position is hybrid and based in Boston, MA.

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Opportunity for:  Boston BUILders

Deadline: Rolling

Student Intern

Assist the research team with administrative tasks and data management of clinical research studies. This may include scheduling study visits, completing questionnaires, and preparing study visit materials. Provide clerical support and participate in special projects, as needed. Ideal applicants are recent college graduates or students enrolled in a related graduate or undergraduate degree program, preferably beyond a second semester junior.

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Opportunity for:  Recent college graduates or graduate students

Deadline: Rolling

Event Intern

Girl Up is a girl-centered leadership development initiative, focusing on equity for girls and women in spaces where they are unheard or underrepresented. We believe when girls and women are in positions of influence, they work to create a more just and equitable world for everyone. The event intern will primarily support Girl Up’s event programs including our Regional Leadership Summits and annual virtual Girl Up Global Leadership Summit. This position is remote. 

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Opportunity for:  Undergraduates or recent college graduates

Deadline: Rolling

Children’s Publicity Intern

Bloomsbury Children’s Books is seeking a publicity intern for the summer term. We are located in Midtown/Herald Square and publish bestselling and acclaimed picture book, middle grade, and young adult authors such as Salina Yoon, Kate Messner, Kalynn Bayron, Brigid Kemmerer, Renée Watson, and Trang Thanh Tran. This internship is preferably hybrid in-office.

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Opportunity for:  Undergraduates or college graduates

Deadline: Rolling

Social Media and Content Intern

IFSA seeks an organized undergraduate or graduate student to join our Strategic Marketing Team as Social Media and Content Marketing Intern. This remote position provides an exciting opportunity for professional growth and development. In this position, your responsibilities would include writing and/or editing content for accuracy to promote IFSA programs to prospective students on social media, and planning out all posts and adding details on IFSA Social Media Calendar.

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Opportunity for:  Undergraduate or graduate students 

Deadline: Rolling

Communications Internship

VOCAL-NY is a grassroots membership organization working to create healthy and just communities by building power among people affected by HIV, drug use, mass incarceration, and homelessness. The Communications Intern will be responsible for overseeing different aspects of VOCAL-NY’s communications strategy and online presence. The role will oversee consistent posting to VOCAL-NY’s social media channels, keeping our website up to date, and using digital content to share the organization’s ongoing political advocacy, outreach, and services work. Ideal candidates will be able to work in person in NYC.

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Opportunity for:  BUILDers at least 18 years old

Deadline: Rolling

Second Day Fellowship  

Launch a career in social impact by getting matched to a paid internship at a nonprofit or social enterprise! Impact Fellows also have access to professional development, mentorship, and individual career coaching to ensure they have everything they need to thrive. Most internships will be virtual. To start your Impact Fellowship application, create a free profile on Second Day’s hiring platform. As new internships become available, you’ll be able to apply for individual roles throughout the year. Summer positions will be posted in April.

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Opportunity for:  High school graduates

Deadline: Rolling

Free Coding Summer Program

Intro to G{Code} is a free virtual program designed to give black, brown, and/or indigenous young women or non-binary people of color between the ages of 18 to 25 first exposure to coding to uncover interest and aptitude in tech in a supportive, inclusive, and safe environment. Over the span of ~12 weeks, cohorts will learn to build websites, gain career insights from tech professionals, obtain mentors, develop personally and professionally, and determine if a journey in the tech industry is a good fit. Graduates of the program are supported and encouraged to participate in further learning through apprenticeships, internships, bootcamps, and more. Applicants must have a high school diploma or completed a GED. 

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Opportunity for:  High school graduates,18-25 years old

Deadline: April 28th 8am EST

Student Life Coordinator – Spring/Summer 2023

We are hiring multiple Student Life Coordinators for several of the EF Gap Year programs occurring in Spring and Summer 2023. While this role is based out of our Cambridge, Massachusetts (Boston) headquarters, this is your chance to live and work throughout Europe or Central America.

  • 4-Week Sustainable Development in Costa Rica (Two dates: April 19-May 17, 2023; July 5-August 2, 2023)
  • 4-Week European Discovery (Two dates: April 19-May 17, 2023; July 5-August 2, 2023)
  • Global Business in London (July 5-August 2, 2023)
  • 4-Week Spanish Language and Culture in Spain (April 19-May 17, 2023

The Student Life Coordinator’s primary role is to support and empower program participants to be successful, engaged, and safe throughout the duration of their EF Gap Year experience. The overarching goal of the Student Life Coordinator is to foster positive group dynamics, while ensuring each individual student feels a sense of belonging within the group and that students are adapting to the program successfully.

Bachelor’s degree and valid passport required.

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Opportunity for:  College graduates

Deadline: Rolling

Fellowships & Entrepreneurship Opportunities

Join BUILD’s Youth Design Fellowship (Virtual)

Apply to participate in a paid fellowship opportunity with BUILD, where you’ll have the opportunity to earn money while giving us feedback on important curricular updates. 

Come back in mid-March for the deadline & other important information!

Opportunity for: all BUILDers

Deadline: coming soon!

Skill Building Opportunities

Dream Big Lead Boldly MBA Workshop

Dream Big, Lead Boldly is a free one-day virtual workshop on Sunday, May 21, led by Stanford MBA students, focused on demystifying the MBA experience and illuminating MBA career pathways for Black students. Themes for the day include: deciding if an MBA is right for you, paying for business school, career paths, and designing your life. Speakers include Stanford faculty, MBA students, and alumni, as well as some special guests

More details about the workshop here.

Opportunity for: Black college students 

Deadline: May 21st 

G{Code} Data Analytics Program

Intro to Data Analytics is a new G{Code} introductory Pilot program to give Black, Brown, Indigenous young women and nonbinary people of color between the ages of 18-25 first exposure to the fundamentals of data analytics in a supportive, inclusive, and safe environment. Our 12 week virtual program includes: training in foundational statistics, advanced Google Sheets, SQL, Python, and NumPy; projects centered around datasets; workshops for personal and professional development such as financial literacy, negotiation skills, physical and mental well-being, personal branding, resume review, and interview preparation. 

More details about the program here.

Opportunity for: BUILDers with high school diploma or GED

Deadline: May 26th at 8am

Free Tech Skill-Building Academy @ Snapchat – Summer 2023

Apply to attend a free tech skill-building academy at Snapchat! 

The Snap Academies are ambitious programs designed to provide meaningful career opportunities to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities and other groups who have been historically disconnected from equal opportunity in the tech sector such as women, community college students, and youth who may have experienced homelessness, foster care, or the juvenile justice system. Through these programs, we strive to prepare our young scholars for careers that may have been otherwise inaccessible.

– Receive an academy scholarship to develop your skills
– Designed for community college (or recent transfer) students
– All learning equipment provided
– Learn from team members at Snap Inc. and connect with Snap mentors.
– Develop a portfolio and network.

More details about the program here.

Opportunity for: all BUILDers

Deadline: Coming soon, application opens March 2023

Sign up here for updates about the Academies application

Free Tech Training & Certifications

NPower creates pathways to economic prosperity by launching digital careers for military veterans and young adults from underserved communities. They provide tuition-FREE technology training and certifications to young adult job seekers, offering an alternative fast-track to tech jobs with employers committed to hiring diverse IT talent.

In today’s economy, over 50% of all jobs require some degree of technology and digital skill. A recent Microsoft Data Science report estimates that digital job capacity—or the total number of new technology-oriented jobs—in the U.S. will grow to 13 million by 2025.


Opportunity for: NYC & Bay Area BUILDers


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- Practice makes perfect
•Practice how you will transition from each speaker
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