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The NYUServiceProject needs interns to help manage the service initiatives at our partner organizations. Your time will be spent in the Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service and on location at the different offices or schools where the agencies require your assistance.


PLEASE NOTE:  This is an unpaid internship.

For more information, please email Elizabeth Stephens.

For information on government opportunities please visit Public Service Corps.


The NYUServiceProject interns commit to 10-15 hrs per week. As the specific duties of the interns will vary per site, some of the general expectations of the students through the program include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinating volunteers
  • Assisting with office support
  • Providing additional educational resources for volunteers
  • Facilitating group reflections
  • Participating in all NYU Service trainings
  • Working with your team to develop a special project for your agency
  • Attending all required events and programs for the NYU Service and your agency
  • Maintaining in good standing with the University as a fully matriculated student
  • Abiding by all agency, Student Activities, and New York University, guidelines, procedures, and policies
  • Serving as an ambassador of the NYUServiceProject, the Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service, New York University, and your agency

As part of the NYUServiceProject internship, students will receive training on various subject areas to ensure that they are well prepared to fully and effectively contribute to the organization and better meet the ever-changing needs of the New York City communities and non-profit sector in the current climate. We hope the internship position will provide greater assistance to the NYUServiceProject agencies while providing an opportunity for students to learn, engage, and serve within our communities.

How do I apply to be an intern?

Please complete the NYUServiceProject Intern Application for Spring 2014. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

For more information, please email Elizabeth Stephens.


  • Bideawee
  • Bowery Resident's Committee (BRC)
  • The Boys' Club of New York
  • Chess-In-The-Schools
  • The Children's Aid Society
  • Chung Pak Day Care Center (CPC)
  • The Door
  • Educational Alliance
  • Food Bank of NY
  • The Go Project
  • Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corp (GCN)
  • Health Leads
  • Henry Street Settlement
  • Hetrick-Martin Institute
  • International Rescue Committee
  • Learning Leaders
  • Mentoring USA
  • A Place for Kids
  • Peer Health Exchange
  • Publicolor
  • Rivington House
  • University Settlement
  • Washington Irving High School
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