Want to gain real world experience in the non-profit sector to build upon what you’ve learned in college, hone your skills, and enhance your resume and portfolio?
Check out internship opportunities here at Bell.
For more information contact Outreach Coordinator Janel Fox at 717-848-5767, ext. 1515
All Bell interns must be capable of interacting with community members, agency staff and service users in a pleasant and professional manner. Sensitivity to challenges faced by individuals with mental, intellectual, and economic disability is essential.
Mental Health Services Internships
Bell’s mental health department offers a variety of opportunities for student interns to learn more about York County’s mental health system and meeting the needs of adults in our community who are living with mental illness. Students observe direct care work and administrative functions, shadowing staff and gaining direct experience working with service users in individual and group formats.
Day time, evening, and weekend options are available.
Contact Outreach Coordinator Janel Fox at 717-848-5767, ext. 515 to schedule an appointment to meet with the mental health services team.
Administrative Rock Star for the Community Engagement Team
If you know your way around a computer, don’t mind picking up the phone to make some calls, have great attention to detail, and enough self motivation to work independently on-site or off-site, APPLY NOW FOR THIS SUMMER 2019 POSITION.
Your work will include data entry, some basic online research, and making direct calls to established Bell supporters to clarify information. Initial training will be held at our main Bell office in downtown York. Once you (and we) are comfortable, this is a job that can be done from home as your schedule allows. (Phone calls would be made from the Bell office.)
Anticipated weekly commitment of five to 10 hours.
This is a hands-on opportunity for a highly organized individual to collect and compile information for both a print and digital directory of the residential properties of Bell Socialization Services.
The intern will work most closely with the Community Engagement office, as well as the mental health, intellectual disability, and shelter services teams. Requirements include reliable transportation to travel to locations to be photographed, and access to a camera or phone with capacity to take high-resolution photographs. Flexible schedule.
This is a one-time opportunity for the Spring 2018 semester. Internship is unpaid but will provide successful intern with materials for portfolio as well as valuable real world experience in non-profit sector. A minimum of 8 hours per week and ability to travel to satellite locations within York County is expected.
Special Event Internship – Summer 2019
The Special Event Intern will assist the Community Engagement department with the planning, implementation and follow up aspects of the agency’s third annual Bell’s Big Bed Race event scheduled for August, 2019.
The highly organized, outgoing intern must have good written and oral communication skills, an ability to stay on task and meet deadlines, and a capacity to interact pleasantly with community members, vendors, agency staff and service users. Sensitivity to challenges faced by individuals with mental, intellectual, and economic disability is essential.
Opportunity is available for one student. Internship is unpaid but will provide successful intern with valuable real world experience in non-profit sector. Hours will vary between 8 and 15 hours per week depending on need.
Current college juniors and seniors, recent graduates, and graduate students in event planning, public relations and/or related fields are encouraged to apply for the position of Special Event Intern.
Special Event Volunteers – Summer/Fall 2019
The fourth annual Bell’s Big Bed Race event is scheduled for August 2019, and we need volunteers for all aspects to raise funds and awareness of the agency and its mission.
Duties may include attending planning sessions, preparing materials, making phone calls, assisting with mailings, event set-up, the event itself, and tear down.
Creativity, flexibility, and an ability to interact with community members, agency staff and service users in a pleasant and professional manner, and present a positive image of Bell. Must be sensitive to challenges faced by individuals with mental, intellectual and/or economic disability.