Foreverfamily appreciates the opportunity to partner with local colleges and universities to enhance student learning through hands-on experience with our organization and programs.

Please take a moment to review the information below regarding our current internship opportunities. If you are interested, please follow the link to apply:

Benefits of an Internship at Foreverfamily

Foreverfamily invests heavily in developing the leadership and professional skills of our interns. Below are some benefits past interns have identified:

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    Atlanta Student internships

    Gain valuable knowledge about the process and structure of a non-profit

  • Obtain management experience
  • Enhance communication, critical thinking, organizational, and leadership skills
  • Use your skills and talents to address relevant and critical social justice issues
  • Interact directly with marginalized population through service

Basic Requirements

To be considered for an internship with Foreverfamily, you must:

  • Be enrolled in (or graduated from) college. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred but an Associate’s degree is okay.
  • Understand that Foreverfamily internships are part-time, unpaid positions. We strongly encourage and are happy to assist you in securing internship credit at your school.
  • Work a minimum of 8 hours per week which must include at least 4 hours a day, two days a week for at least one semester. However, a year-long commitment is preferred but not required.
  • Participate in 3 prison trips if a semester-long intern and 6 trips if a year-long intern.
  • Have an interest in criminal justice, youth development, and//or nonprofits.
  • Possess effective communication skills, both verbal and written. Interns must be able to communicate with youth, peers, and adults.
  • Be a quick learner with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced, flexible environment.
  • Demonstrate strong attention to detail and organization.
  • Be technologically savvy. Interns must be literate and fluent in the operation of Microsoft Office and Google Apps.
  • Demonstrate professional and personal maturity. Interns must be good at setting boundaries and use sound judgment.
  • Be able and comfortable solving problems independently and creatively.
  • Have a valid driver’s license.
  • Desire and be able to be part of a team.

Internship Opportunities

We seek motivated, competent leaders for these roles

Social Justice Program AssistantCommunications Intern

Semester Status

Summer Internships – Unfortunately, we do not host internships during the Summer
Fall Internships- Applications Accepted STARTING March 1

Spring Internships – Applications Accepted STARTING October 1

How to Apply

If you are interested in an internship, please do not also submit a volunteer application.

To apply:

1) Complete the Online Application

2) Email your resume and cover letter, to the Internship Coordinator at 

Please do not call to verify if your application was received.  It takes 48-72 business hours to process your materials.  If you do not receive a confirmation email within 48 hours, feel free to send a follow-up email. 

Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications are processed year-round. We hire interns the semester BEFORE the internship is scheduled to begin.