Program Length: N/A
Location: Various locations across the US
Must be a college student or graduate 18-30 or 35 for veterans
Possess U.S citizenship or permanent residency
Bilingual skills (Spanish/English) preferred but not required
Admissions Deadline: Varies for each internship
Highlight: Are you a college student or graduate? Are you looking for an internship or fellowship that can give you experience that can build skills and networks toward your career? If so, MANO Project (My Access to Network Opportunities) is the place to look for internship opportunities for you! This database of paid internships looks to serve young leaders of colour who have a passion for serving their community. Hispanic Access internship and fellowship offers unique job opportunities, including training and mentoring in diverse career fields such as Natural Science, Engineering, Communication, and Business…. but there is more! They have partnerships with agencies like the National Park Service and the US Fish and Wildlife Service , and so these internships are available all across the US. Examples of the positions they offer span from Visitor Service and Education Interns, to Biology and Financial Services Interns. All of these internship opportunities are paid and some even include housing and transportation! The best part is that searching and applying is really easy! You just have to meet the requirements of the internship opportunity that is right for you. Everyone is welcome to apply to these internships, but bilingual skills are preferred since the MANO Project is primarily aimed at helping Hispanics and Latinos find the right internship opportunities for themselves!! So if you are Hispanic, Latino, or anyone who is interested in looking into a great paid experience in their field of interest, then don’t think twice… APPLY!