Through our community partnerships with educational institutions, College Guild has been fortunate to have benefited from the work of many student interns.
Interested in interning for a nonprofit organization bringing education to prisons? College Guild might be the place for you!
Intern projects range from course development to social media, web design, and events coordination. Internships are unpaid* and usually during the summer, although academic year internships may also be available in certain circumstances. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested to learn more.
*Many interns in the past have obtained funding through their college.
(There are no current interns)
Learn more about the work of our past interns
Ali Dougal (Fall 2020 to Spring 2021) designed and put together our Fall 2020 Newsletter She also managed and wrote for our blog, as well as working on other portions of the website
Julia Surgenor (Fall 2020 to Spring 2021) helped us shift our volunteer registration process to a digital format and managed improvements to the website. She led our social media outreach to ensure the many stories of our students and volunteers were shared on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter
Summer Chamberlin (Summer 2020)
Created social media plan, interviewed College Guild board members and volunteers for a fundraising video, and coordinated a gallery event featuring artwork by our incarcerated students
Spencer Follett (Summer 2020)
Wrote a new course on Education
Emma Hahesy (Summer 2020)
Wrote a new course on Diseases and Public Health
Amy Hussey (Summer 2020)
Created a new volunteer orientation video, wrote our newsletter, and promoted upcoming virtual events on our website
Raine Raynor (Summer 2020)
Designed graphics for social media, updated the website, optimized it for SEO, and created infographics of student demographic data
Julie Coticchia (summer 2019)
Wrote the What's On Your Mind? course and conducted an independent study research project investigating how factors related to connectedness and wellbeing of incarcerated people are impacted by participation in College Guild courses
Louisa Izydorczak (summer 2018)
Wrote the Inventions course