Who Are HOPE Interns?
HOPE Interns are students with a mission to assist and grow financial literacy globally. HOPE Interns may commit anywhere from 5-20 hours per week with working with HOPE, both during the school year and throughout the summer. Just like HOPE Fellows, HOPE Interns are required to have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. HOPE Interns are offered college credit when applicable. HOPE adheres to all of the criteria for unpaid internships as laid out by the U.S. Department of Labor.
The HOPE Internship program recruits high-quality, dedicated individuals through school campus information sessions, online and through community-based organizations. Regardless of their educational standing, HOPE Interns provide key support to carrying out the mission of HOPE.
Working in various offices, and on various projects, HOPE Interns are provided the same level of engagement as HOPE Fellows. By involving Interns in HOPE activities that require the use of critical thinking skills and time and project management, HOPE encourages these students to grow both academically and professionally.
HOPE Interns are students who have:
To learn more about current Internship opportunities, please visit this link.