Come join the team at Enough Is Enough® (EIE), a non-partisan, 501(c)(3) national non-profit organization with a mission to make the Internet safer for children and families through educating, equipping and empowering all caring adults with the knowledge and resources needed to prevent Internet-initiated crimes against children. The hours are flexible, and some opportunities can be completed remotely. Internships may be completed for high school and university credit.
We are seeking high school or college aged Interns for a variety of positions, click here for the list of Intern descriptions. We provide a wonderful opportunity for young people to serve as well as gain a valuable experience and training in the work place. We are based in Northern Virginia.
Here's what our 2013 Summer Interns had to say about their experience at Enough Is Enough®:
Manaswitha, age 16: "My time interning at EIE has been truly gratifying. Knowing that you are bringing awareness to the various dangers on the Internet, as well as maybe preventing a child from experiencing these dangers is a great feeling that you won't get at any other office."
Yang, age 16: "I learned a lot by interacting with experts on Internet safety. Enough Is Enough offers an excellent opportunity for anyone who is seeking first hand experience on managing a non-profit organization."
Ashley, age 18: "Over the past three months I have gained more real world experience at Enough Is Enough than high school was ever able to teach me. I've learned everything from data entry to drafting a newsletter to making an Internet ad."
Become a EIE Intern!
If you are interested in applying for an internship, please call me at 703-476-7890 or via email at email@example.com for more information.
Thank you for your interest in becoming an intern at EIE; I look forward to hearing from you soon!
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