Each year, Helen Keller offers a limited number of opportunities for interns and volunteers in the US and our field offices.
Country Office Internships
These unpaid* opportunities are primarily for Masters of Public Health students fulfilling practicum requirements for their degree. A Helen Keller mentor is assigned to each student for the duration of their internship.
- Public Health Intern, Philippines
- Suaahara II MER Intern, (Remote or Kathmandu, Nepal)
- Suaahara II Program Intern: Public Private Partnership, ( Remote or Kathmandu, Nepal)
In addition to posted opportunities, we are sometimes able to match students according to their career aspirations, language skills and geographic preference. To apply, please send a resume and a statement of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: In order to ensure a mutually beneficial experience, we give priority to students who are able to travel for a minimum of six months. We will consider hosting students for shorter periods when a suitable project and mentor are available.
*Costs associated with Country Office Internships are the full responsibility of the participating student, including airfare, housing, daily living expenses, etc. Helen Keller only covers expenses specifically associated with actual project work.
Our NYC and Washington DC offices recruit a limited number of paid interns on a part-time basis during the fall and winter and full-time during the summer.
Communications Intern – Golden Rice Study ( remote)
We are pleased to host volunteers at our US offices. If you are interested in volunteering during normal business hours, please fill out this form and submit to email@example.com.
We will seek to match your skills and availability with the current needs of our departments.