Are you intern social

Looking for an internship where you’ll do more than get coffee or write drafts that may never make it beyond your computer? Look no further, Komen Austin offers a robust internship program that provides college students (and recent grads) with real-world work knowledge and resume/portfolio building skills!

Check out our wide variety of opportunities and send your resume to intern@komenaustin.org. Note: Interns must commit to at least 15 hours of work per week on weekdays between 9:00am & 5:00pm. While our internships are unpaid, we do work with universities to offer course credit.

 

 


 

Internship Job Descriptions:

Year-Round Application Deadlines:

  • Spring semester applications due November 1st
  • Summer semester applications due April 1st
  • Fall semester applications due August 1st

*Please note that a two semester summer-fall commitment is preferred for 2017 applicants.

If available for two semesters (Spring through Summer OR Summer through Fall) please note this in your cover letter.


 

Hope for the Cure Interns 2

Our internships are challenging but also a lot of fun! Here are three of our past interns with a staff member at our Roaring 20’s themed Hope for the Cure party. 

What our past interns had to say about working at Komen Austin:

Before Komen Austin I didn’t see my full potential, now after a single summer I know I am truly capable of accomplishing great things! Ashley B. Rocco, Graphic Design Intern – Summer 2014

I found the most value in having my own projects. I can say, “I made that happen!” (instead of, “I worked under someone who made all of this happen”). The best thing about the intern program at Komen Austin is that everyone works together. I’ll be leaving here with real hands on experience. Maggie Sheppard, Development Intern – Spring/Fall 2014

This internship has boosted my professionalism and skill set to levels I did not expect to develop to in a short few months- especially in regards to my public speaking, communication, ability to educate others on specific health topics, and organization skills. Katie Long, Mission Services Intern – Spring 2014