Voices presents several opportunities for students to build skills in nonprofit administration, legislative advocacy, event planning, community development, and more. Interns play key roles our annual events, such as Advocacy Day and the Kids Summit. They experience the day-to-day tasks of nonprofit advocates as they shadow our CEO and other staff members, participate in committee and coalition meetings, attend legislative hearings, and meet with community stakeholders. Students will also perform research on a number of topics, draft communications and reports, learn to hone their general professional skills, and can engage in some self-guided projects.
Interest in children's issues, advocacy, and/or nonprofit management.
Commitment to Voices' mission.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office products.
Strong communication skills.
Flexibility and creativity.
High school, college, and graduate students are welcome to apply.
Note to Social Work students:
Voices for Ohio's Children can provide field supervision for both undergraduate and graduate social work students interested in completing macro practicums focused on children’s issues, nonprofit management, and policy.
Please send your resume and a 1-2-page writing sample to: