Our nonprofit organization relies on our interns and volunteers to help us bring you news and information celebrating Washington DC’s Latino arts, humanities and cultural life. Over the course of the last three years, we’ve worked with nearly three dozen high school and college students.
Past editorial interns have covered concerts and art exhibitions, written book, movie and play reviews, written news stories, interviewed musicians and artists, created featured recipes, and contributed other original writing, photographs, maps and videos to our website. Our website development interns and nonprofit development interns, meanwhile, have gotten hands-on experience in running a daily website and managing a nonprofit enterprise.
Each semester, we have a few positions available for inspired undergraduate and graduate students to work closely with our staff and collaborators. Hola Cultura interns not only play an important role in helping us run our website and events, they earn valuable professional experience, have the opportunity to publish their work and present it to the community.
WHO SHOULD APPLY? Future journalists, writers, artists, GIS analysts, digital communicators, academics, nonprofit professionals, and web developers, who understand that the Internet is changing all aspects of storytelling – from our personal and professional communications to how the daily news gets reported and nonprofits rally their supporters. A creative spirit is a must. You must also enjoy talking with people and working in a team.
Interested? Read more about how to apply