Volunteer and Internship Opportunities
Are you civically engaged in your community? Become a Student Ambassador for the CBLR Community Partner Recognition Luncheon Wednesday, June 12th! Being a Student Ambassador is an opportunity for YOU to hold a volunteer leadership position with the Office of Community-Based Learning and Research. As an Ambassador, you will be working as a welcoming host to your assigned table(s) and facilitating an activity with your table(s). Assistance with clean-up is appreciated but not required.
United Way Summer Associate
Summer Associate is a fantastic career building opportunity for students or recent grads to receive training and professional development, a $ 1,583 monthly stipend, and a $1,300 AmeriCorps Education Award for student loans or to fund future education.
Interview dates: May 29, May 30, June 4, June 6
The Pacific Science Center is recruiting staff for Lead Teacher positions at all sites and placing applicants with strong environmental backgrounds at Mercer Slough camps or in our Crows: Caws and Effects partnership camp at UW Bothell this summer.
Be sure to indicate that you are being “referred by” UW Bothell when filling out application.
Jumpstart is a leading national early education organization working toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. Jumpstart are currently recruiting Corps Members to serve in preschool classrooms throughout the 2019-2020 academic year. Corps Members will work on small teams with other UW undergraduates, which are led by Team Leaders, and implement a curriculum that focuses on oral language and social-emotional skills.
Application Deadline: May 30, 2019
The Seattle Globalist is looking for an intern for an 8-week summer internship reporting news and features. The reporting internship is a hands-on opportunity to report stories for the Seattle Globalist, with supervision and mentorship. Academic credit (depending on your institution) and a stipend of $1,000 are available. Schedule and start/end dates are flexible.
The City Manager's Office (CMO) Graduate Intern will assist the Regional Business Partnership Manager in regional eastside economic development efforts. The Intern will learn about local government, the functions and activities of the CMO, and the economic development activities of the greater Eastside region. The Intern will provide research and writing assignements related to regional start-up businesses and entrepreneur education programs. The Intern will assist with a variety of short-term and longer range economic development tasks and activities.
Application Deadlines: Feb 1, Mar 1, Sept 14, Oct 17, Dec 5*
Teach For America recruits outstanding and diverse leaders to become TFA “corps members.” Corps members commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they're employed by local schools and confront both the challenges and joys of expanding opportunities for kids.
*5 application windows throughout the year