These local Northwest Arkansas-based nonprofits are seeking interns for the fall semester.

Nonprofit internships can be some of the most fulfilling and meaningful work experiences one can have during their time in college. With the fall semester fast-approaching, we are happy to share that three local nonprofits have put out a final call for interns. From art education to refugee resettlement to land conservation—the opportunities to make an impact as an intern in Northwest Arkansas don't get much better than these.

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Art Feeds Interns for Fall 2019

Art Feeds is looking for a self starter, creative, continuous learner who can manage messes and enjoys making the world a little brighter + more fun. If you are unfamiliar with Art Feeds, they work with schools and children's organizations to implement creative and expressive curriculum with the primary aim of feeding the creative development and facilitating emotional expression in children. They strive to cultivate an environment where students are empowered to express themselves. Students are exposed to all forms of art: painting, drawing, dancing, sculpting, writing, music, photography, performing arts, mural making and more. They use these forms of expression to help the students explore, express and integrate emotional expression through visual, performing and creative arts. Their programs and processes are created to facilitate healing as well as cognitive and developmental growth.

Art Feeds is interested in who you are, not the awards you have received. Internships are on a semester basis and require a generous time commitment. These internships are unpaid and are located in Fayetteville, AR. No housing provided, but they are happy to work with institutions to arrange academic credit where available. Their fall internship will begin in late August and end the first week of December. Following your intern application, they may request an interview in their downtown Fayetteville office.

Interested applicants can apply HERE.

Learn more about the organization at artfeeds.org

Canopy NWA Interns for Fall 2019

Next up is Canopy NWA, who recently shared that they still have a few remaining internships available for the fall semester! If you are unfamiliar with Canopy NWA, they work to welcome refugees to Northwest Arkansas. They work to provide refugees with resettlement assistance and support, employment and integration programming, and a strong sense of community. Currently, they are looking for interns in the following areas: Volunteer Management, Refugee Employment, Health Promotion, and Refugee Child Education.

To find the full description and point of contact for each internship opportunity, visit their website at canopynwa.org/about and scroll down to the very bottom of the page or click on the position you are interested in above.

To qualify for this internship you must be enrolled in college courses.


Northwest Arkansas Land Trust Interns for Fall 2019

Lastly, we are sharing opportunities with Northwest Arkansas Land Trust. Did you know that the Land Trust permanently protects more than 3,500 acres of natural lands in Northwest Arkansas?! Check out all of the protected properties HERE. In addition, they actively manage 700 acres for wildlife habitat and program the Kessler Mountain Outdoor Classroom and Nature Center.

This semester, the Land Trust is seeking three interns to join their team. The posted positions are for an Environmental Education Intern, a Land Stewardship Intern, and a Communications and Development Intern. You can learn more about each internship opportunity at nwalandtrust.org/internships.

Applications close on August 12th, 2019

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