United Way of the Brazos Valley seeks committed professionals who want to strengthen our community through their professional talents.
There are no open positions at this time. We encourage you to check back in the future.
United Way of the Brazos Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Internships available at United Way of the Brazos Valley are listed below. Internships can be used for course credit; please check with your academic advisor. Please click on the title to review specific job description in detail before applying.
Applicant qualifications include:
Able to commit 15 hours per week within our business hours Monday - Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm during the academic semester
Minimum 3.0 GPA in your field of study
Completed at least 30 credit hours of college coursework
Fall 2017 Internship Applications are now OPEN! Get yours in today! The deadline for applications is 5:00 pm on July 31, 2017.
Read about our Internship Cohort Program:
Please review the internship positions available and complete the Application Form.
Internship opportunities for Fall 2017 include:
- Communications Intern
- Community Impact Intern
- Over The Edge Intern
- Resource Development Intern
- Volunteer & Health Outreach Intern (Fall)
Please email your professional Resume and Cover Letter to our internship coordinator, Kat Gammon, at email@example.com, or drop it off in person at 909 Southwest Parkway East in College Station, TX. Your application is incomplete without an Application, Resume and Cover Letter. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Applications for Fall 2017 are now OPEN! The application deadline is July 31, 2017 at 5:00 pm. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Kat Gammon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Testimonials from United Way Interns:
"My internship experience with UWBV was phenomenal and provided me more work experience than my previous internships. As the Resource Development Intern, I was able to learn how to properly engage and recognize donors and other fundraising and campaign strategies. Not only did I learn a lot, but I enjoyed the UWBV team and their constant wisdom and encouragement. I always felt as though I could ask questions and that I was valued as an intern. To anyone deciding which internship experience to have before entering in to the professional world, I recommend working with United Way. While many may think it is "just" a nonprofit, I learned valuable business skills that I've been able to take with me in to my new career- and my internship solidified my passion for development!"
- Selena Richey, Aggie Class of 2015
Development Coordinator, Kids Matter International
"As a Human Resource Support Intern, I had a wonderful summer at United Way of the Brazos Valley working together with a group of brilliant people that strives to build a stronger community. I worked on three projects during the summer: Employee Benefits Study, New-Hire Orientation, and the development of an internship cohort program. I had the opportunity to learn about nonprofit management and operation by exposure to organizational documents, committee meetings, and conversation with managers from different departments. I appreciate the coaching and feedback from Alison on a lot of different subjects, and also thank for Brenda for training me on general HR duties. It was a valuable learning experience."
- Kami Xiong, Mays Business School Graduate Student
"Completing a summer internship for United Way of the Brazos Valley was a meaningful experience for me because I was able to see the role that the community plays in helping United Way fulfill its mission. During my internship, there was a lot of time spent preparing for Loaned Executives which are volunteer advocates for United Way’s mission and help to raise money for the annual campaign. I was involved with ordering materials for the LE training as well as positing information about LE training to United Way’s Facebook. Ultimately, all of the work I had put into helping prepare for Loaned Executives paid off when I got to see the training day take place. Getting to see so many people from local businesses involved in helping United Way was a great experience."
- Jasmine Walia, Sociology Student