- Business Administration
- Education Administration
- Communications and Media
- Social Justice
- Your favorite skill set
Mindful Boston regularly offers internship opportunities throughout the year. While the majority of our interns are undergraduate students, we accept applications from anyone who desires to expand their skills and contribute to the growth and development of the organization. Internship positions are part-time, and the program is open-enrollment.
- Opportunities to create your own job title and choose some of your own projects
- University course credit
- Free tuition when you attend Mindful Boston's "Meditation Toolbox" Classes
- Opportunities for stipend payment after one year of internship experience
- Resume and work samples builder
- Flexible Hours
- Summer/August Staff Retreat on Cape Cod
What we look for:
Although functional roles differ, we look for the following common qualities in all interns:
At Mindful Boston, interns are self-starters. We look for people who are passionate and innovative, regularly finding new and creative ways to do things. You will be encouraged to create new aspects of your own job. If one of the internship position titles above doesn't suit you, you can create your own.
INTEREST IN MINDFULNESS MEDITATION
Previous experience with meditation is not required, but a general interest is vital. Interns are required to attend various meditation events and classes.
We prefer candidates that are interested in working with Mindful Boston for multiple semesters, in order to build on their skills and training.
Fill out the application form below.
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