There are currently no job openings at this time with Junior Achievement of Washington. If you’d like to get in touch, please reach out to the VP of Finance and HR Tammy Neese.
Interns and volunteers are a vital part of JA of Washington’s community engagement and program growth goals. For-credit, unpaid internships at Junior Achievement of Washington are available across all departments: Programs, Events, Development, Communications, and Operations. Learning tasks can include: data entry, online research, graphic design, social media support, website support, community outreach, fundraising event planning, and more.
The duration of the internship is 10 weeks minimum, and the timing and hours can be tailored to the intern’s needs. If interested, please email us a cover letter and resume with the subject line “JA Internship Application.”
What you will gain from a JA internship opportunity:
As an intern, you will have the unique opportunity to learn how a nonprofit organization functions, work closely with JA Directors and Program Managers, enhance leadership skills, strengthen public speaking skills, develop networking opportunities, and so much more. You will make contacts and expand your professional network to include other community organizations working with JA. This position is a great resume builder, and by project’s end, you will have made a significant impact on the success and advancement of JA’s mission. Letter of recommendation will be provided upon successful completion of internship.