Junior internships up for grabs at CMoR

Hey, high schoolers! The Children’s Museum of Richmond is looking for a few responsible teens.

The Children’s Museum of Richmond is on the lookout for a crop of motivated, responsible, community-minded high schoolers to take part in their Junior Internship Program.

This 11-month internship will give high schoolers the chance to obtain real experience in a fast paced work setting and develop an in-depth understanding of the non-profit community and how it works. In addition to the opportunity to log regular volunteer hours within CMoR’s organization, interns will also have the chance to take part in monthly training sessions on topics like fundraising, marketing, budgeting, and resume development. Another perk: interns will get a personal letter of recommendation from CMoR’s president and CEO–a nice little something extra to tuck in with those college applications.

Upon completion of the program, interns are also eligible for college scholarships ranging from $500 to $2,000.

For more information on the Junior Internship Program (and to check out the application), head on over to CMoR’s website. Applications are due on May 24th.

Photo by: bionicteaching

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Valerie Catrow

Valerie Catrow is editor of RVAFamily, mother to a mop-topped first grader, and always really excited to go to bed.

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