Summer Opportunities

DC Internships

2014 Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service
June 7 - August 1, 2014
Priority Deadline: February 10th

Are you ready to make a difference in the community this summer? Spend your summer in Washington, DC with the insitute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service and you will:

  • Intern in some of Washington, DC's most exciting nonprofit organizations
  • Take courses for credit with distinguished faculty members
  • Live in furnished housing in downtown Washington
  • Serve through hands projects that affect change in the community

Scholarship Funding Available
Over 80% of students in IPVS receive scholarship funding to spend their summer living, learning, interning, and serving in DC.

Visit to learn more and start an online application!

NSLCThe Natinal Student Leadership Conference is looking for motiveated undergraduate students to work as site assistants for our summer programs. Site assistants work mainly in an office setting but also run errands, assist with setting up programs and work with students. If applicants have any questions or concerns, please email James Rode at


What do Massachusetts Campus Compact AmeriCorps*VISTAs do during their year of service?

  • build the capacity for sustainable campus-community partnerships for education along the K-12+ pipeline
  • break down barriers to access and success in education
  • prepare college students to serve more effectively in communities
  • identify new resources for partnerships
  • implement effective outreach and family-engagement programs within the local schools & community
  • create tracking, assessment, & evaluation mechanisms for campus-community partnerships
  • engage with a dynamic network of peers all year
  • participate in significant training and professional development opportunities

Please send Cover Letter, Resume, and Names, Titles, Addresses, Emails, and Phone numbers of four (4) references to:

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, so apply early! Telephone interviews will begin in mid-MARCH.

**All positions contigent on final approval by the Corporation or National Community Service (CNCS).
Applicants subject to a two-layered criminal background check by the CNCS**
The Corporation for National Community Service & Massachusetts Campus Compact is an Equal Opportunity Employer