HomeAid Northern Virginia is a small, dynamic nonprofit and working with HomeAid is a great opportunity for someone who enjoys a fast-paced work environment and wants to make a difference in their community.

HomeAid has a strong internship program, with internships offered three times a year in the spring, summer, and fall. We require a minimum commitment of 12 weeks with 15 hours per week. Internships are unpaid, but a stipend is available in some cases. See our current opportunities below.

CareersJob Posting
January 15, 2019

Full-Time Programs Manager

HomeAid Northern Virginia Full-time Programs Manager Who We Are: HomeAid Northern Virginia is a small, local non-profit that builds new lives for families and individuals who are experiencing homelessness through…
Job Posting
April 3, 2018

Marketing Internship

Exciting marketing internship offering real-world experience in creating and articulating organization mission and impact on the community. Position allows great flexibility and creativity to expand our reach and delivery of…
Job Posting
April 3, 2018

Events Internship

Exciting event coordinator internship offering real-world experience in helping to plan and execute HomeAid’s major social and fundraising event, and several smaller events throughout the year. Position allows for great…
Job Posting
April 3, 2018

Shelter Program Internship

Exciting project management internship offering real-world experience in managing and scheduling project functions with external partners. Position requires great flexibility and organizational skills to ensure deadlines are met and superior…

"The most exciting part about this internship was the opportunity to work for such a great cause while learning so much. I was not only able to give back but I was able to bring my own ideas into projects, even when it was something I had never done before. It was very rewarding to be able to see all of my work come together at the end!"

Intern Jena Mundy (2017)

"I was interested in working for HomeAid because I wanted to be part of an organization that is so focused on giving back to the community, and this internship allows me the opportunity to also gain first-hand experience learning how marketing works for a non-profit."

Intern Adam Darif (2017)

"I would absolutely recommend this internship to others! I am grateful for the value this taught me from my hospitality background. It made me more appreciate my studies by introducing me to the non-profit world and gave new purpose to what can be done with my degree. It’s no longer about you as the individual, and that takes a big person to accept that. I definitely recommend others taking part in the HomeAid love!"

Intern Emily McDonough (2016)