Nonprofits seeking a student as an intern or for special assignment should send a one-page outline of needs and work plan for the project, including potential sponsorships for collaborative funding.

Well-designed and effective projects require lead time. Preference will be given to projects with clearly-defined goals and measurements of impact.



Send a one-page letter and brief resume including faculty recommendations or references, with the time duration requested or available (quarter/semester, hours). Please note any relevant skills and experience (tutoring certification, multimedia skills, crowdfunding, marketing and events, etc.).

Class credit encouraged but not considered as a form of compensation in Charitable Words Scholars assignments. Arranging class credit is up to the student and school program. Charitable Words does not participate in nor condone the practice of “free internships” in any manner.




Charitable Words is accredited 501(c)(3) nonprofit