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Internships at the Heidelberg Project offer a unique opportunity to experience the intersection of art and community development in the non-profit sector.

We welcome interns from any academic or non-academic background, who are looking to gain insight and experience in a variety of areas. Intern projects vary based on our needs at the time, but we will work with our interns to ensure that their assigned projects align with their skill sets and interests. Examples of past internship projects include photo and document archiving, special event support, research and administrative support, graphic design, or a combination of areas listed above.

We typically accept one intern per session and can provide flexibility with start dates and office hours. We accept internship applications throughout the year, although we do have set deadlines in place to apply to Spring and Summer internship positions. Before applying for an internship, we strongly encourage you to read through our website and find us on social media to learn more about who we are and what we do. See more info in regards to internship offerings and application guidelines below.

Internship Offerings

We currently offer a rotation of Spring and Summer internships at the Heidelberg Project! See session schedule and application deadlines below:

Spring Internship: January - April

Application Deadline: November 1st

Acceptance Notification in December

*** Please note that we will be looking for an intern to assist primarily with photo and document archiving for the Spring, 2020 semester ***


Summer Internship: June - August

Application Deadline: April 1st

Acceptance Notification in May

Compensation and School Credit

We are not able to offer paid internships at this time but we do welcome you to pursue funding opportunities through your school if accepted for an internship position at the Heidelberg Project. If seeking school credit for your internship, we would be happy to assist with fulfilling any requirements as set forth in your coursework.


Applicants must be over the age of 18 and enrolled in an accredited school or university. It is the policy of the Heidelberg Project to provide equal opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual preference, age, or disability.

How to apply

Please send an up-to-date resume and cover letter to volunteer@heidelberg.org in addition to submitting an internship application below. After submitting, we request that you do not call or email to check on the status of your application. Please note that only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted!