YMCA of the North Shore Internship Program
The YMCA of the North Shore is proud to offer a rich internship program for local students seeking experience in their prospective career. The program allows our organization to provide meaningful work preparedness and learning opportunities for young people while advancing our mission through the addition of resources that help us accomplish our work in new and innovative ways.
Internships at the Y are developed by Directors and Senior Leaders to meet educational objectives and career exploration goals. All YMCA internships are posted and applications are accepted on a semester basis. Internship opportunities listed are regularly updated on this page including deadlines and anticipated placements detailed in each listing. Internships are typically semester-long and will be assigned the semester prior to starting. Follow the links below to submit an application or email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Fall 2020 Internships:
- Aquatics Management Internship
- Sports & Recreation Internship
- Community Development & Fundraising Internship (Graduate Level Only)
Early Education Opportunities
At the Y, we know that having quality, dependable care is important for working families. We also understand the importance of teachers interested in the field of Early Education gaining hands-on classroom experience to support their growth and development as the next generation of Early Educators. Working with a seasoned mentor, student teachers will have the opportunity to work toward Department of Early Education & Care Teacher Certification and learn about career opportunities in Early Education and Childcare at the Y.
Interested in a Student Teaching experience at the Y? Submit an application by following the link below to be considered for a placement at one of our 10 Early Learning Centers located throughout the North Shore.
High School Senior Projects
Each Spring High School Seniors from around the region complete Internships at the Y. During these placements students develop an understanding of workplace culture and career paths in our organization. These Projects are traditionally, 4-8 weeks in length beginning in early April through May. While spending time with a Y professional, students have the opportunity to participate in projects to gain hands on experience.
To inquire about completing a Senior Project at the Y send en email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Placements are limited and determined based on availability.