Are you currently a student and looking for the right place to complete your internship?
Do you have an internship that is part of your curriculum?
Field Studies can include but may not be limited to:
Human Services, Psychology/Sociology, Education, Arts, Communication, Graphic Design, and Business Management.

Below are some of the opportunities and responsibilities of an individual while completing an internship placement with Sea Haven. These opportunities will provide hands on experience with participants, staff, and in the community.
Work directly with staff, businesses, and community individual for community awareness and outreach campaigns (event planning, speaking engagements, and fundraisers)
Work directly with youth during program operations (supervision by Sea Haven staff is required)
Research and collect donations for programs (food, clothes, craft materials program supplies, and specific items for events)
Sort and distribute in-kind donations and other contributions
Participate in activities with staff and youth on-site and off-campus
Assist with academic tutoring sessions and life skills instructions
Assist Administration with daily operations
Be a digital Ambassador by helping Sea Haven create Social Media Campaigns, maintain the Sea Haven website, and post on social media channels.
Participate in street outreach efforts with Sea Haven staff
Internships placements with Sea Haven are unpaid and do not guarantee employment at the end of your placement. However, our performance and commitment to Sea Haven may be considered if seeking employment with the organization.
If you are interested in joining the Sea Haven team, please download the volunteer application. Please no phone calls.