To participate in our internship program, you must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program.
An individualized intern/ASL agreement is created for each student specifying the work they do as well as how many hours they work. In general, students are expected to work 10-25 hours per week.
Within the Greater Cincinnati-Dayton Region, there are four offices that offer intern programs: Cincinnati, Dayton, Portsmouth and Northern Miami Valley. Available positions vary according to the needs of each office, but the program typically offers opportunities in almost every Red Cross department.
All internships/ASL positions are unpaid* and can be taken for credit (intern) or non-credit (ASL), depending on the student’s needs. All applicants must be enrolled in a post-secondary education program.
* Internships in communications during the summer are paid as a result of a grant from the Scripps Howard Foundation.