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WorldDenver offers unique opportunities to work in a variety of responsible positions to fulfill our mission of citizen diplomacy and global understanding. 

All internships and volunteer positions are designed to provide the participants a professional and skill-enhancing experience, while maximizing the bandwidth of our small staff. We ask that you are able to make a minimum time commitment of 3 months. Extended internships and volunteer opportunities (6 months or more) are available and encouraged. Interns and volunteers who opt for the extended time will be given more training and greater responsibilities. Please note that all internships are unpaid, but any out-of-pocket expenses interns may incur relating to the internship will be reimbursed.

WorldDenver accepts applications for and fills internships and volunteer positions on a quarterly basis. Applications for Winter (Jan-March) will be reviewed in late-November, for Spring (April-June) in late-February, for Summer (June-Aug) in late-April, and for Fall (Sept.-Nov/Dec) in late-July. Please note that WorldDenver staff currently operate with a hybrid schedule - almost all work is done in person in our office, but our team also works remotely. We will work with interns to arrange a work schedule and location that is convenient for them and beneficial to the organization. All interns must agree to abide by WorldDenver's COVID mitigation protocols.


  1. Complementary one-year membership and complementary registration for events during the internship term
  2. Opportunities to meet some of the 500+ international visitors in Denver each year, and collaboration with like-minded Coloradans
  3. Networking opportunities with the WorldDenver staff, Board, and well-connected members who are interested in and working within the field of international affairs
  4. Experience working in the fields of international affairs and non-profit management
  5. Academic credit (when enrolled in an academic institute)
  6. References and recommendations (as appropriate)
  7. Assistance and experience with resumes and interviewing skills

All interns are required to possess proficient knowledge of basic computer systems. The intern will be interacting directly with WorldDenver staff as well as professional resources and international visitors, so it is necessary that the intern possess a professional and mature attitude. Interest in international relations and cultural sensitivity are also desired.

Opportunities are available for students eligible for work-study financial aid. Please contact us about these opportunities specifically if you are eligible for aid.

For additional information about specific internship positions, please review the list below:

International Exchange Programs Internship

The exchange programs internship focuses on assisting WorldDenver staff with program coordination for international visitor and exchange programs, including the International Visitor Leadership Program, various youth and professional exchange programs, and virtual exchange programs. The intern's responsibilities may include researching, writing proposals, planning logistics, interacting with the local community, composing professional correspondence, and data entry. Interns will have the opportunity to attend meetings with international professionals and youth and assist with maintenance of program webpages and social media posts.

Education Programs Internship

Interns working on our education programs will focus their efforts on planning and implementation of the World Affairs Challenge, including logistical preparations, research, outreach efforts, curriculum updates, data review and analysis, and special projects. Work may include communication and coordination with teachers, students, and volunteers needed to execute the various WAC programs.

Development and Communications Internship

This internship will provide experience in carrying out various forms of communication and marketing and assessing and producing membership data. The intern will have communications responsibilities, such as writing blogs, taking photos and updating website pages, engaging with the local community, writing press releases, and otherwise advertising to the Denver community. Other responsibilities include assisting in member management duties, and attending committee meetings with groups such as the Speaker planning committee or the development committee. The intern may also assist in the planning of major fundraiser events like International Women’s Day.

To apply for an internship or volunteer opportunity, please complete an application and email it to, along with a current resume.


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