Interested in a Spring 2017 internship with a nonprofit?
Apply before Nov. 8, 2016 to be considered!
The following nonprofit organizations will be leading on-campus interviews soon for spring 2017 opportunities. If you would like to be considered, you must apply through Careers4Terps via Careers.umd.
edu/Careers4Terps and search for the ID number below (listed in parenthesis after the internship job title). You may apply for as many opportunities that are of interest to you.
View all opportunities on Careers4Terps and apply today (deadline: November 8 at 11:59pm)
Communications Intern (148340)
Marketing/Visitor Relations Intern (148341)
Business Plan Monetization & Marketing Project (148302)
Educational Programming and NonProfit Management Intern (148304)
Kingman Island Bluegrass Festival Intern (148310)
Intern - Aftercare Coordinator (148298)
Program Development Intern (148299)
Office of Learning & Talent Development Intern (148286)
Fundraising and Development Internship (148342)
Community Schools Intern (148343)
Housing & Community Development Intern (148287)
Internship - "Borderless" Art Project (148305)
Internship - Development Team (148328)
GIS Intern - Department of Public Works (148289)
Internship - Assisting Senior Citizens to Live at Home (148312)
Front Desk Greeter (148296)
Program Administrative Intern (148292)
Program Administrative Intern (148297)
Program Facilitator (148294)
Program Support Intern (148293)
Program Tutor (148295)
Age-In-Place Spring 2017 Intern (148308)
Events & Advancement Intern (148344)
Nonprofit Strategy Intern (148345)
Social Media Intern (148346)
If you are invited for one or more on-campus interviews, you will be able to sign up for an interview timeslot through Careers4Terps under the "On-Campus Interviews" tab on the left-side navigation bar beginning Thursday, November 11 at midnight on a first-come, first serve basis. You should receive an email about being invited for an on-campus interview (so check your email and spam folders).
Still not sure how to apply through Careers4Terps? Watch this brief video to learn how: