The IRC in Boise is currently accepting applications for the fall 2019 internship cycle. The deadline to apply for most internships is Sunday, September 8th, 2019. However, candidates will be considered and interviews scheduled on a rolling basis - thus, earliest submitted applications will be given earlier consideration.
Internships are listed below, divided by Department:
Employment & Economic Wellbeing:
- Job Class Internship
- Matching Grant Internship
- Initial Employment Intern
- Extended Employment Internship
- Spark Teaching Assistant Internship (Vocational English Program)
- College Bound Internship
- Refugee Youth Teaching Internship
- RISE (Refugees in Swim Education) Assistant Coordinator Internship
- Education Specialist Internship
- Casework Assistant Internship
Time Commitment: The majority of internships listed above require a minimum of 12-15 hours per week, with a minimum 3 month time commitment. Interns may be invited to extend their internships, if desired, and 6 month or year-long internships can be designed upon request.
How to apply: submit an internship application here, detailing the internship you are applying for and the earliest date you are able to start. Please submit an accompanying resume and cover letter for the desired internship.
Please note: applicants will need to be available (via phone, skype, or in-person) for an interview, will need to pass a background check, will be required to attend an Orientation session, and will be required to submit a monthly log of hours spent interning with the IRC in Boise.
More opportunities in Boise, ID
Civic Tutor Coordinator
Help match citizenship-seekers with tutors trained to help them pass the citizenship test.
Greet clients and assist with administrative tasks.
Help the IRC's Housing team find homes for newly-arrived refugee families.
Donations Pick-Up Volunteer
Help refugee families to access and pick needed items at a local thrift store.