Foundation Internship Opportunities

Children need the time, talent and commitment of people like you. Interning for Children's is more than just a job—it's a passion for giving children a better chance at a healthy childhood and a fulfilling life. Children's is a nurturing, rewarding place to work.

Students or graduates with an interest in all aspects of fundraising, including special event planning and volunteer coordination would be well suited for work in the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation. The full-time, paid internships each last 12 to 15 weeks or the duration of a semester or quarter: fall, spring and summer.

Internship Availabilities

  • Annual Giving
    Internship opportunities with the Annual Giving staff offer a chance to create special event materials, coordinate physician receptions, and organize records for giving campaigns.
  • Corporate Philanthropy
    Interns who support corporate giving and development will be responsible for coordinating in-hospital volunteer events for corporate volunteers, communicate with donors and process gifts from major Atlanta-based companies.
  • Children's Miracle Network
    The primary job responsibilities include assisting Children's Miracle Network staff with all aspects of fundraising efforts through national and local sponsors and Hispanic outreach initiatives.
  • Friends 
    Friends is the volunteer organization of Children's. Primary internship responsibilities are to assist event coordinators with all planning and execution of fundraising events and initiatives.
  • Holiday Cards
    Holiday cards--designed by our patients--benefit various Children's departments. The primary job responsibilities of the Holiday Cards intern are to assist with the customer service and sales aspects of the Holiday Card program. 
  • Sports Network
    The Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Sports Network is a volunteer-based organization that oversees all sports-related events and activities that benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Interns will attend event meetings, prepare solicitation and thank you letters, contact donors, manage event databases, and help coordinate event logistics.

How to Apply

When internship opportunities are available, they are posted online at www.choa.org/jobs. Search keyword "intern."