House of Hope internships provide college students with hands-on experiences in a nonprofit setting. Interns will learn and experience serving women and children within our community with respect and empowerment.
House of Hope provides two internship experiences each semester. Our positions are Nonprofit Intern and Children’s Case Manager Intern.
Nonprofit Interns will gain an overview and hands-on experience in what it takes to run a nonprofit. Interns develop an understanding of the case management side of the organization, as well as working directly with volunteers, donor relations, fundraising, and office management.
Children’s Case Manager Interns work under the direct supervision of our Case Managers. Interns will plan and implement children’s programming. Interns have the opportunity to watch, learn, and assist in providing case management with a focus on guidance and goal measurement to the residents of the House of Hope.
Internships are eligible for class credit.
Accepting Summer and Fall Internship Applications from January to mid-March
- Internships are finalized in April
Accepting Spring Internship Applications from August to September
- Internships are finalized at the end of October
If you are interested in an internship at the House of Hope, please apply through the link below.
For additional questions regarding our internship opportunities, please call Lindsey Hoogland at 319-232-3823 or e-mail LindseyH@houseofhopeccd.org.
Nicole Kroeger: “My internship experience at House of Hope is something I will never forget! I was able to step outside my comfort zone and work alongside amazing women who support and care for other women and their family. House of Hope is doing amazing things and I was honored to be a small part of their journey!”
Madeline Baridon: “I learned more things than I could count during my time as an intern at HOH. The staff was amazing, and truly felt like family after my time there. I loved getting to know the women and was blessed to get the chance to hear their stories and know their kiddos, even if only for a short time. Working at HOH is truly an amazing experience, and I would recommend it to anyone in a heartbeat.”
Bailey Potratz: “The staff at House of Hope are determined and dedicated to share their knowledge and insight. I was consistently encouraged to learn every day and empowered to be a contributing part of the team and continue that commitment still as a volunteer. Every day was a new set of circumstances and working with the women at House of Hope opened my eyes to the true power of safety, love and community.”