We are looking for Bachelors and Masters level student interns that are interested in grief and loss, human services, psychology, social work, etc. Interns can work toward course credit. No financial compensation is available. Specific internship periods, hours, and work agreements are negotiable; at least 24 hours a week of in-office availability is preferred. Full-time internship candidates will be given priority.

Candidates should have a passion for the Kate’s Club mission, and the ability to play an integral role in advancing the organization’s efforts to reach grieving families facing life after the death of a parent, sibling or caregiver. Interns will serve as members of a small team and be supervised directly by Kate’s Club’s program staff.

Interns have the opportunity to gain significant professional experience, play a lead role in the design and implementation of critical projects, and gain exposure to every aspect of a dynamic and growing organization.

Please send a resume and cover letter to our Director of Volunteer Services, Debra Brook, at [email protected] if interested in one of the above internships.