Our goal is to help clients achieve self-sufficiency. Interns play an integral role in making our work successful.
NSC provides case management, support, information and advocacy to newly arrived refugees, asylees, asylum-seekers, as well as victims of trafficking and survivors of torture. Our goal is to help clients achieve self-sufficiency. Interns play an integral role in making our work successful.
Internship Application Timelines
Please submit your completed application package, including NSC application form, your resume and cover letter, accordingly with the timelines listed below. The decision will be made on a rolling basis during each term. Applicants are welcome to apply early, however, no applications will be accepted after the listed deadline.
Summer internship application: January 1st - April 15th
Academic school year and fall semester only: February 1st - July 15th
Spring semester: August 1st - November 15th
Applications are evaluated based on the applicants’ qualifications, interests and availabilities. The application review process may take 1-3 weeks. Applicants identified as strong matches are invited to interview. Although personal interviews are preferred, telephone/SKYPE interviews will be conducted for those unable to visit NSC. After the interview, the decision will be made within 2 weeks.
All NSC internships are unpaid. We work with schools to assist students in obtaining credit or funding. We will not be able to host interns whose availabilities are less than 2 full days (NSC office hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm) due to the supervision capacity.
How to Apply
Complete our application today! If you have any questions regarding your application, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a full description of all current intern opportunities, please download the file below.