- 570 Columbus Ave, New York, NY, 10024, US
Common Cents, a New York City based nonprofit, creates innovative youth development programs that increase students’ academic and social skills through service-learning.
Its flagship program, the Penny Harvest, has grown to become the world’s leading civic engagement program for elementary and middle school students. Over the last 23 years, students in the Penny Harvest program have donated more than $10 million to community organizations and volunteered 45 million service hours to improve their neighborhoods.
We prove that all children can succeed in school and have fun learning.
We take a bold approach to empower youth.
We ensure students make a difference with hands-on learning.
Join us to support half a million students experience leadership and philanthropy.
Common Cents seeks eager and dynamic individuals to work alongside Penny Harvest staff in collaborating with NYC school educators facilitating the Penny Harvest program. This is a great opportunity for undergraduate students interested in education, non-profit organizations, philanthropy or youth development. Interning at Common Cents provides a unique learning opportunity to utilize your talents and make a lasting impact both city-wide and nationally.
Qualifications Applicants must be highly motivated, capable and reliable. All candidates should possess:
Approximately 8-10 hours (flexible) per week during the academic year.
Send your resume and cover letter stating the reason you qualify for the position to Interns@CommonCents.org.