IINE welcomes interns across all three of our sites—Boston, MA, Lowell, MA, and Manchester, NH—in both program internships and administrative internships at our headquarters in Boston.
IINE internships offer robust, hands-on experience for individuals of all ages to develop nonprofit leadership and refugee and immigrant direct service skills. While many of our cohort members are undergraduate or graduate students seeking academic credit and/or fulfilling graduation requirements, we welcome anyone who is interested in supporting immigrants and refugees to apply during one of our three internship cycles: Spring, Summer, and Fall.
Beyond learning the ins and outs of the refugee resettlement process and how we support our clients, internships provide opportunities to take your learning to the next level through academic, vocational, and career training. As an intern, you can expect to receive onboarding and training specific to your team (no prior knowledge of the duties/responsibilities needed), direct support and mentorship from your IINE staff supervisor, and ongoing support with regular check-ins from the Intern Program Manager.