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A Kids Beating Cancer internship allows you to work for a lifesaving mission as you gain real-world experience alongside talented professionals at one of the Central Florida’s most respected charities.

Kids Beating Cancer offers internships each semester, including summer. Our internship program is designed for current undergraduate and graduate students with the goal of being a leader in the nonprofit sector. The work of raising funds and learning all the behind the scenes work necessary to provide real life-enhancing and lifesaving programs for families facing the darkest time of their life is not always easy. Nothing important ever is. It is, however, rewarding, gratifying, and life changing work. At Kids Beating Cancer, student interns and recent graduates contribute to exciting, challenging and purposeful work. We treat every intern with dignity and respect, regardless of experience or role. Each team member focuses on helping Kids Beating Cancer move ever closer to its vision to fund lifesaving treatment for children diagnosed with cancer and related diseases while providing direct family-centered support throughout the journey to a cure.

 

Community College and University Internships are available each semester. Please submit your resume and area of interest to:

 

Kids Beating Cancer
Internships
615 E. Princeton St. Suite 400
Orlando, FL 32803

Or email Margaret@kidsbeatingcancer.com

 

For additional questions call (407) 894-2888 or (866) 800-HOPE

  • Marketing, public relations, communications, broadcasting, and english & journalism majors: create PSAs and media alerts; Create newsletters, event flyers and stories on families. Create posts for Social marketing outreach. Create YouTube videos for posting.
  • Special education, child life, and pre-healthcare professional majors: Working with children who have cancer, leukemia and related diseases, planning and executing arts and crafts, themed activities and parties.
  • Health care administration and business majors and other contributing majors: Administrative assistance in development and corporate relations, working on annual campaigns and events, understanding the art of developing relationships, pursuing in-kind and cash sponsors, assisting with grant writing, strategic, and fundraising plans.