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Community Outreach and Advocacy Internship

Internships in this program provide students with an understanding of the issues faced by the low-income community. This internship program is best suited for college students interested in careers in non-profit management, community organizing, social work, and working with the elderly and older adults.

We give interns substantive work and project management experience to ensure they have an opportunity to make a meaningful contribution.


Apply to the Community Outreach and Advocacy Internship

Please note that due to the current pandemic crisis created by the COVID-19, internship opportunities may be limited. Please be patient as we do our best to respond and accommodate you.

Have Specific Questions?

Contact directly the department you are interested in, and we will do our best to reply as soon as possible. Please be patient while we respond to inquiries submitted during this unprecedented crisis created by the outbreak of COVID-19. Our physical locations are closed in accordance with the Governor's order, but we remain open for business remotely.

Interested In Other Ways Of Getting Involved?

Here are some other ways you can help:

  • Consider applying for our pro-bono, or volunteer opportunities.

  • Consider donating money or critical resources.

  • Advocate for our work and spread the word. 

A contribution to MCOHA is about more 

than money.

With every donation, you can be part of making a difference in the lives of thousands of Latinx and Low-Income individuals by providing access to essential resources like food, keeping their homes safe and warm, and achieving their goals to become self-sufficient.

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