Spring Program Intern

Academic Credits





$200 stipend

Hours per week

20-30 hrs weekly



Application Deadline


Start Date


End Date



415 Michigan Avenue Northeast
District of Columbia
United States


The Program Intern is responsible for the development, coordination, implementation, and occasionally evaluation of programs and activities based on the needs of Generation Hope Scholars and their families, Sponsors, staff, and volunteers. The Program Intern works in coordination with the program team and provides support to Generation Hope staff. The Program Intern will also have the opportunity to design and implement a project of his/her choosing—this could range from creating new resources for our Scholars to designing elements of training, etc. Program Interns will work a flexible schedule partially in the office and partially through tele-work. Candidates must be able to work at least 20 hours weekly; candidates who can work at least 30 hours weekly are preferred. Start and end dates are flexible; ideal candidates will be available mid January- early May.


  • Oversee logistical details related to Scholar program activities.
  • Assist with maintaining Scholar/Sponsor records and database files and new Scholar/Sponsor paperwork
  • Assist with marketing and communicating Generation Hope Scholar Program to community
  • Track program participation and prepare reports as necessary
  • Assist with organizing college readiness workshops and other outreach events
  • Attend all weekly staff meetings and evening meetings where appropriate
  • Work with Program Coordinator to arrange Childcare Volunteers to ensure that daycare services are being provided during Generation Hope events
  • Assist with blogging and social media
  • Other duties as necessary. 

Transportation stipend is $200 for the semester.


  • High School Diploma required. Preference will be given to candidates with some college experience, particularly those studying Public Administration, Family Studies, Social Work, Health and Human Services, or a related field.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Programs
  • Strong Writing skills
  • Most importantly, the ideal candidate needs to be self-directed and able to carry through projects with little oversight and in a partially tele-work environment.

How To Apply

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Jamila Williams, Program Coordinator at Jamila@supportgenerationhope.org.

Generation Hope is an equal opportunity employer