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The Heart in Motion Internship Program is an opportunity given to members who are thinking of taking on a leadership role. The Internship Program seeks to help individuals gain experience and develop the skills necessary to be a leader. As an intern, you’ll gain valuable leadership and management skills by assisting the Events, Membership, and Outreach departments behind the scene!
 
95% of the training and work are provided online via WorkPlace by Facebook, so it is essential that you can be online in the evenings. You will be given an overview of HIM and be prepared for training under the Internship Crew. 
 
The Internship crew will provide you guidance and support to ensure your successful completion of the program. Afterward, you will be able to apply for any officer position.
 
The internship program will get you on the road to becoming a great leader while having fun and making new friends. You will become part of our leadership family where we work together to try and make Heart in Motion a better place for everyone. So what are you waiting for?

Experience the benefits

As an intern, you’ll gain valuable leadership and management skills by assisting the Events, Membership, and Outreach departments behind the scene!

Here are a few things that will  give you the edge:

  • Develop valuable leadership and management skills
  • Professional and self-development
  • Get trained in professionalism and job skills (e.g. professional phone calls, emails, etc.) 
  • Become experienced with various applications (e.g. Google Sheets, Google Forms, Google Docs, Dropbox, Canva, Wix, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Gain perspective and become a part of something bigger
  • Meet different individuals of various backgrounds and make new friends
  • Collaborate and work with people from other schools
  • Enrich your college application and show colleges the leadership skills that you possess! 

Many individuals of leadership are accepted into top colleges and UCs including UCLA, UCSD, UCB, Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Stanford, MIT, and more!

Once accepted into the Internship Program, you will undergo a week of Pre-Internship online training. You will be given an overview of HIM and be prepared for training under the Internship Crew.

The Internship Program Managers and Coordinators will provide you guidance and support to ensure your successful completion of the program. 

training experience

95% of the training and work is done online via WorkPlace by Facebook, so it is essential that you can be online at least once a day.

internship
orientation

All interns must attend the Internship Orientation which is held at the beginning of the Internship Program. You will meet the Internship Crew and fellow interns. This is typically the only face to face meeting you’ll need to attend. The orientation is usually held during the first weekend of the program.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Acquire a HIM lanyard/name badge Order Form
  • Be available online via WorkPlace by Facebook and check HIM groups on a daily basis
  • Ideally, must have completed one volunteering event
  • Personal traits including taking initiative, leadership, organization, attention to detail, commitment
  • Recruit new members
  • Recruit volunteers when needed
  • Attend “Active” events, unless excused or not needed
  • Put time and energies into Heart in Motion
  • Attend Internship Orientation via Zoom Session

INTERNSHIP SESSION

Winter Session: November 29, 2020 – February 20, 2021

Orientation: November 29, 2020, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Space is limited

Thank you for your interest.

A Word from Our Leadership Team!

My advice would be to just join! I remember thinking about joining for a while before I actually did, but once I was in the program, I couldn’t imagine my life without being apart of it. The Leadership (Internship) Program is extremely rewarding. The program has helped me build character and gain a sense of professionalism and leadership skills. Through it I’ve made some of my closest friends. I would suggest you just take the leap and fill out the application.
 
Elizabeth T, Lowell 2021
The HIM Internship Program has taught me many skills that are vital to my future such as organization, responsibility, and the importance of communication. Although I am still a teenager, I am learning important job skills and these traits can carry me far in life. Through the HIM Internship Program, I gain real work experience and I have met many other high schoolers through this program. Also, the other interns and officers have been so kind and are always willing to help me, which makes me feel grateful and happy to be an intern. This amazing program helped me become part of something big and impactful.
 
~ Olivia L, St. Ignatius 2021
I love the HIM internship program because it gives me an opportunity to volunteer while gaining leadership, management and communication skills. This program allows me to meet new people, learn from them and utilize those new skills to my own life. I get to learn more about the organization I volunteer for and how it functions so smoothly and orderly. Although it is the beginning of this internship, I have learned so much so far, and I’m eager to learn more information.
 
Kailey S, El Camino 2020
The HIM Internship Program is super organized and within these two and a half months, I have learned how much work it really takes to run such a successful organization. I have also been able to obtain several leadership and professionalism skills that I will definitely use in the future. The program has strengthened and challenged my work ethic, commitment, time management, and verbal & written communication. Furthermore, it’s amazing how the internship program is led by officers that have been previous interns within the HIM organization and it makes our leadership family more closely connected.
 
Kelly H, Lowell 2021

The internship program is one of the main factors that helped shape my freshman year, and it has had a big impact on who I am today. Through this program, I learned what it really means to be responsible and reliable, the true difference between by standing and taking action, and what it really takes to be a good leader. The specialists that taught me were thorough and knowledgeable, and some of them are even better at teaching than my current high school teachers. The tests the coordinators prepare us for are extremely challenging, and really make sure we know the criteria and protocols we were trained in. One of the most memorable components of joining internship, however, was the loving and accepting family that came with it. Not only did we have a swarm of fellow interns who helped each other through everything, but we had our superiors to look up to– people who we could rely on to be role models and to direct us in all the right places. Internship, bound tight with sweat and training, provided a place of security and familiarity– an anchor I really needed, coming into a huge high school full of new and intimidating people. This program has been an invaluable experience, and it, undoubtedly, will affect the way I live my life now and the person I am in the future. 

~ Connie L, Lowell 2019