Does making a positive difference in public policy—that ultimately shapes lives—interest you? Are you excited by the opportunity to impact entire communities, and to partner with like-minded organizations? Are you the type of person who follows-through with your commitments and is able to contribute as an integral member of a diverse team? If you answered yes to each of the above, there are amazing opportunities for internships and fellowships with AMTC & Associates.
AMTC & Associates assists publicly funded organizations to build capacity and align their mission and vision with public policy and funding. Not only do we help organizations reach their goals, but with our guidance they exceed expectations. We accomplish this by working closely with clients to map out program models, reinforce community partnerships and implement performance and outcome measurements. In turn, organizations can track their impact as they strive to enrich lives in their communities. Since the beginning, AMTC has served 25 organizations with steadfast dedication to improving family structure, enhancing job opportunities, reintegrating offenders and helping people to overcome addictions.
Our client work is focused in the area of teen pregnancy prevention, healthy relationship and marriage education, responsible fatherhood promotion, offender reentry, substance abuse and mental health intervention, trauma-informed care and workforce development. In all these areas, every AMTC member takes responsibility for individual and collective commitments; as a result, AMTC always earns the highest trust from those it serves.
AMTC’s Internship and Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for talented students to enrich the work of AMTC and their clients. These positions will lead to invaluable experiences.
We provide an experiential and supportive environment where interns and fellows take an active and substantive role in research and program evaluation. This includes performance measurement, communications, and grant writing for long-term sustainability projects that support the goals of AMTC and the clients it serves.
In addition to an office environment, in most cases each intern and fellow will work in the field, receiving hands-on experience with client projects.
Interns will be expected to work in the office an average of 15 hours per week. In most cases, internships will be paid. AMTC will work with academic institutions to fulfill program requirements.
Fellows will work with the AMTC Principal to design a plan that complies with the requirements of the sponsoring institution’s program. In most cases, fellowships will be paid.
Interns and fellows will be considered on a summer term and academic year basis. Dates are flexible.
- Is currently an undergraduate or graduate student in social science, health, law, or related area of study, with an interest in social science research, youth and adult risk behavior prevention, public health, and human services programming;
- Holds a shared interest in the mission of AMTC and the clients it serves;
- Self-motivated, responsible work ethic and a high degree of professionalism.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, writing sample, and resume to Angela Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest.