Finding great interns and volunteers is the key to our success. You know smart, creative and accomplished students; your friends know more of them; and you know how to find even more on your campus and at other schools. Please help us identify and recruit them. Here are some easy things you can do.
Tell your friends
Emails, text, Facebook, word of mouth, your blog. You know how to do this!
Send them to this site, http://ClassWish-Intern-Postings.org
Ask your friends to tell their friends
Imagine how big your extended network must be. Imagine how many other great students you can help us find by asking your friends to spread the word to their friends.
Departments and Organizations
Many of our internships coincide with particular academic departments (music, art, science, video, communications and social media, etc. Please email the department secretary and the professors and ask them to share our internships with students. Send them the first page of our presentations and ask them to post it on the bulletin boards, or do so, yourself.
Many of our internships also coincide with particular clubs and other student organizations. Ask them to share the relevant internships with their members. Be sure to ask the Chinese student association, etc.
Students involved in volunteer organizations and community service might be especially interested in making a difference. Let them know about us. Be sure to let people involved in America Reads, tutoring programs, Teach for America, etc. know.
Print the first page of our presentations and post it anywhere smart students might see it: the student newspaper office, the library, the computer lab, the Student Union, dining halls, fraternities and sororities, etc.
One of our internships is in Sports Marketing. Perhaps your university has a program in that field. You can also ask the athletic director or coaches to spread the word, and you can post flyers at the gym.
School of Education
Your university's school of education is a natural place to find interns for ClassWish.org.
Your smart and talented high school friends probably attend dozens of schools around the country. Reach out to them, and ask them to share this with their friends. Use your network!