Interested in being a volunteer or intern at Hustle For Humanity? We're looking for highly motivated people to support our mission and bring excellent interpersonal and communication skills to the task. Internships and volunteer positions provide a substantive, challenging work experience and will expand your understanding of Hustle For Humanity's work. You will receive a confirmation email and will be contacted if you are selected as a candidate. If there are no open positions that match your interests, you can still add your information to our database, so that we can send you notifications of new jobs based on your interests. Interns and volunteers perform many of the same tasks and frequently work together on projects, but there are some key differences between internships and volunteer positions at Hustle For Humanity
- Are students in an accredited educational program, or have visas for their year of training after graduation
- Work for a fixed period with a set number of hours per week; eight hours is the minimum per week, and a total of 80 hours is an acceptable minimum commitment
- May work for credit or a college-provided stipend, but are generally not paid by Hustle For Humanity
- Must have US work papers
- May be in an accredited educational program, but may not want to be interns
- May be at Hustle For Humanity for short-term projects, for special events, for occasional work, or for a number of years
Unless otherwise noted, any qualified individual can apply. All applicants must have valid visas or work papers that allow them to legally work in the US. Hustle For Humanity does not provide visas for interns or volunteers.
Hustle For Humanity is an equal opportunity employer.