Boost Collaborative can offer, on a time limited basis, paid and unpaid internship opportunities to local university students for focused service to our organization. Internships may be specialized in nature, such as Marketing or Therapy. Typically, the relationship gives the student exposure to the services offered to children with special needs or youth and adults with intellectual disabilities. Often school credit is received by her/his university or academic institution. It may also help create a network of contacts, or help build a work history and references for the student’s future career.
Questions About an internship?
Contact our Program Directors: Teresa Driver- Employment Support Services- 509-332-6561, or Sue Kreikemeier- Children and Family Support Services- 509-332-4420, OR utilize the contact page on this website to reach out to us. Be sure to include personal contact information to facilitate a return call or email.