CHDFS, Inc's internship program offers college or graduate students the opportunity to learn a diverse range of skills in communication, administrative, and programming roles expected for work in the non-profit industry. Our interns work both independently and with staff, on projects geared towards the development of our mission.  CHDFS enables interns have had the opportunity to shape aspects of their projects which are developed prior to, or at the start of the program. Eagerness to learn, good organization skills, and strong interpersonal skills are essential traits in all our interns. We value all students with all different types of experience, but do have certain criteria for our more intensive projects.

Please review our internship opportunities below. We require a minimum of one letter of a recommendation, a cover letter, and a resume. A portfolio of your work may also be required depending on the type of internship. We will only consider complete applications. All applicants will be contacted regarding decisions. 

Deadlines
Fall Internship (Early September - Mid December): Open
Spring Internship (Early January - Late April): November 20th
Summer Internship (Late May - Mid August): April 15th

Internship Opportunities

We encourage students who are interested in working in a non-profit whose focus includes people who have special needs, since a majority of our work deals with children, people with disabilities, and community-based services. To find out what opportunities we have available, please contact Sobeida Valdez at 212-695-4564 or fill out the form below with any questions you may have.

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