Play-Place for Autistic Children is looking for unpaid experience-seeking interns to be hired immediately. Please find the details here:
Play-Place is in need of administrative interns. Duties include but are not limited to research, spreadsheet/database management, "first line" email and letter drafting, office clerical work, and limited phone duties. This opportunity is unpaid.
Applicants that possess the following will be given first consideration: able to intern at least 16 hours per week; Microsoft Office experience; organized, punctual, professional; reliable transportation; creative problem solving skills; excellent sense of humor.
Responsibilities of the internship will increase depending on skill level and maturity.
Students will learn how to operate within a nonprofit office environment. This internship is perfect for those considering entering into nonprofit careers, those with humanities, business, or accounting majors, or simply those seeking to understand how nonprofit organizations work.
Play-Place's hours of operation are between 9am-4pm Monday-Friday. We are willing to accommodate to any schedule that fits within our operating hours. We pride ourselves on being a results-based yet fun organization.
In exchange for your work, Play-Place is happy to provide:
- Experience working in the nonprofit field.
- Experience working in a typical clerical/administrative office setting.
- Confirmation for college credit hours.
- Confirmation of volunteer hours worked.
- Lifetime letters of recommendation to any employer, college, etc.
- A potential opportunity for employment, post-internship.
To apply, send your resume to email@example.com, indicating the position you wish to apply for. For more information please do not hesitate to contact us at 586-254-6533.
Play-Place for Autistic Children
*Play-Place is an equal opportunity employer and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.