the Service INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
The Service Internship Program "Programming Designed for Students by Students" is a unique opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to gain practical experience and enhance their skills in a collaborative and student-centered environment.
Contribute to TGF's mission while developing professional and personal skills.
Interns work in a fast-paced, collaborative environment. Their responsibilities vary but often include:
+ Adult Education
+ Recruitment & Retention
+ Curriculum Design
+ Leadership Development
+ Communication & Marketing
+ Research, Design & Program Evaluation
+ Grant Administration/Writing
+ Event Planning and Execution
+ Outreach to internal and external partners
Where our Interns Come From
+ DePaul University
+ Northwestern University
+ University of Chicago
Location and Hours
This is a Chicago-based, hybrid internship. You must be in the United States for the duration of the internship.
+ One (1) year term
+ 20-40 hours/month
+ Opportunity to renew contract at the end of term
*up to 2 terms
+ Bring Your Own Technology Policy
*Develop Case Study at the end of the term!
For more information about the The Service Internship Program or for questions about your application, please contact:
Grant Administrator/Writer Intern
The selection process for applicants varies based on the number of candidates, but our goal is to conduct phone/virtual interviews and extend offers within two (2) week after the application deadline. We highly recommend that applicants apply early, as we review resumes continuously and may fill positions before the application deadline.
How to Apply
To submit your application, click on the "Apply" link.
Before proceeding with your application, we strongly recommend that you thoroughly read the position descriptions to identify the internship(s) that align with your qualifications and personal interests. While all positions require a dedication to public service, the descriptions outline the specific skills and competencies required for each role.