EPI’s internship program is designed to provide students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree with an opportunity to learn about the field of non-profit community based disability services, child care resource and referral, and the supporting areas of our organization.
Internships may be available in Community Services, Children and Family Services/Child Care Resource and Referral, Accounting, Communications & Development, Quality Improvement and Outcomes, and Human Resources.
EPI internships are educational hands-on opportunities that integrate participants with career professionals emphasizing mentor-directed, degree-related, real-world task completion. Through an internship at EPI, the participant can increase his/her professional capabilities and clarify their short and long term career goals.
Eligibility: A candidate must be a student in either an undergraduate or graduate program. The intern’s field of study must be appropriate to the EPI internship opportunity for which they apply. General Information: EPI’s internships are unpaid and may be offered during Summer, Fall and Winter/Spring semesters. Interns may receive academic credit if an agreement is made between EPI’s Human Resource Department and the intern’s college. All interns are subject to applicable EPI policies.
Application Procedures: Intern applicants must complete the online application, which includes submitting a current resume.
To Apply: To view current internship opportunities and complete the online application, click here.