Internships with the Association for Individual Development are learning experiences guided by an AID supervisor, occur during a specific agreed upon time frame, and provide benefits related to an intern’s education, coursework, or career goals. AID appoints internships for summer, fall/winter and spring semesters (or a combination of), as established prior to the start of the internship and depending upon the program and school requirements.
AID strives to ensure that all interns receive an educational and valuable experience while engaging with our team of employees. We expect interns to not only obtain valuable skills and learn about AID’s services, but also gain further insight into their professional interests. Interns will build professional relationships, and act as integral members of their respective programs.
Interns may be eligible for a stipend upon the completion of the internship.
Eligibility Requirements for College Undergraduate and Graduate Students:
- Intern applicants must be enrolled in a degree program at an accredited college or university
- Intern applicants must be eligible to work in the United States
- Intern applicants must possess the skills and minimum requirements outlined by individual placements within AID
How to Apply:
- Review internship positions on our website.
- Complete the internship form. Please note: You will need to upload a copy of your resume AND a copy of your most recent semester transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable) in order to complete the application. Please direct questions to Maureen Spradlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Internship applications will be accepted until positions are filled.