List of Internships and Jobs

FSHD Career Profiles

Wondering what types of careers you can get after you graduate with a degree in FSHD? Check out these Career Profiles highlighting recent FSHD graduates doing awesome work!


Internship Sites

List of Common Internship Sites


Specific Internship Opportunities

Casa de Esperanza, a non-profit in Houston, Texas that provides residential care to children birth through six, who are in crisis due to abuse, neglect, or the effects of HIV.  Care is provided in our neighborhood by our Hands of Hope interns.  Our interns, most of whom are recent college graduates, join us for a year of service (a twelve-month full-time post-graduation internship).  Applicants wishing to complete shorter internships are considered on a case by case basis.  We provide on-site housing (interns live with the children they are caring for) and interns join us from throughout the United States to be part of our internship program. Hands of Hope Flyer

Information about our internship may be found here:

The application for our internship may be found here:

Interns in our program gain valuable experience that is relevant to a number of fields and future career goals while simultaneously making a meaningful difference in the lives of a vulnerable group of children.



Jobs and Internships available at Trusting Connections Nanny Service  Trusting Connections.pdf




Specific Job Opportunities

Child & Family Support Services

The Child & Family Support Services is hiring for multiples positions, including Clinical Coordinator/Counselor, Youth Support Specialist, Therapist, and Case Aide.  Visit their website for more details and to apply!


Client Support Team Student 

This position is 100% remote telework!  See flyer for details!

Up to 19 hours/week  


Open to all majors  

Freshmen & Sophomores highly encouraged to apply!  

The Arizona Smokers’ Helpline (ASHLine) is part of the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health at the University of Arizona and is funded by the state tax on tobacco products. The ASHLine call center has been helping people quit tobacco since 1995 and offers free telephone and web-based tobacco cessation services throughout the state of Arizona. 

ASHLine is seeking an undergraduate student to work as part of the Client Support Team, serving as the first contact for potential ASHLine clients over the phone.  

Shifts available: 

Mon 12-4pm   

Tues 8am-12pm or 12-4pm   

Wed 8am-12pm or 12-4pm  

Thurs 8am-12pm or 12-4pm   

Fri 8am-12pm or 12-3pm  

If you have questions or would like to apply, please email Julie Nguyen,



Dear Students,

The SALT Center is currently hiring student tutors (undergraduate and graduate) for the 2020-2021 school year.

This is a paid position that starts at $12.25 an hour with opportunities for promotions, raises, and leadership roles. We accept students from any major or concentration, and you do not need to have any prior experience tutoring – you will receive paid tutor training!

Benefits of being a tutor

  • Setting your own schedule and receiving paid training. Tutors can work as little as 6 hours a week.
  • Opportunity to earn pay raises each term upon completion of CLRA (College Reading & Learning Association) lifetime certification.
  • Becoming a leader and mentor! Advanced tutors mentor new tutors and lead training.
  • Gaining a deeper understanding of your content area while helping others to learn and develop knowledge for their classes.

The successful candidate will

  • Provide individual, one-on-one tutoring for students with learning and attention challenges.
  • Maintain a minimum 3.0 average and have an A/B in the course(s) they wish to tutor.


To apply, please visit our website: Click on “Apply to be a SALT Center Tutor”. Questions can be directed to

SALT Center Hiring Flyer



The Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and Families (FMI) is currently seeking a Federal Work Study student to assist the Program Coordinator with the Institute projects and tasks for Spring 2020.  FMI Job Announcement (09/2020)


AmeriCorps Wildcat Marathoner Program

Job Description:

The Wildcat Marathoner’s program will engage local school children through a walking/running program to promote a healthy, active lifestyle. Participating schools will set up a walking/running club at their school with a goal of meeting at least once a week. The AmeriCorps member will help the club’s supervisor (school staff or parent volunteer), to track laps using punch cards and will receive fitness finder charms as incentives when they reach mileage milestones. The goal is for club participants to complete at least 25.2 miles, one mile short of a marathon distance, before the one-mile FitKidz race at the University of Arizona on the first weekend in February, 2021 (parents, teachers, and administrators are encouraged to participate in this event as well). Our Wildcat Marathoners’ theme will be Heart Healthy! The Wildcat Corps (AmeriCorps) member in this position will provide encouragement to the participants, assist school personnel in tracking miles and distributing incentive items to students, and providing some basic age-appropriate lessons on nutrition, hydration, stretching.

Member Duties :

•Visit schools to introduce Wildcat Marathoner program

•Assist schools in implementing the physical activity programming

•Check in with school contacts regularly to determine progress & needed support

•Assist with planning & logistics associated with the race day events

•Deliver educational programming at schools related to nutrition & physical activity, including relay races, obstacle courses, nutrition demonstrations, Fear Factor tastings & more

•Administer evaluation surveys to students following program completion & enter evaluation data. Qualifications: 1 yr of experience in health, education, physical education, or nutrition programs; OR 1 yr working with the public; OR any equivalent combination of experience & education; valid AZ driver’s license, 2 yr good driving record & reliable transportation; 1 yr working with school-age children; public speaking; organization & record-keeping skills. PT & about 20 hrs a wk.

Link to Apply:


Job Opportunities in Marana Unified School District and Arizona Superior Court in Pima County:

Parent Educator in Marana Unified School District

Responsible for providing group and personalized education experiences to parents by facilitating parenting classes, workshops, support groups and other parenting educational activities and programs.


Specific Volunteer Opportunities

Pima Partnership Academy and Pima Partnership High School are currently recruiting out-going, dependable mentors for our students.  We require an hour and a half per week for a year.  We meet Tuesdays from 3:30-5:00 and Wednesdays from 1:00-2:30.  We offer letters of recommendation, on-going training, recognition and awards.  We also offer AmeriCorps positions that provide living stipends and an educational monetary award at the end of the term. 

Wildcat Flyer 2020

Fillable Volunteer Application





Institutes and Centers

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