internship program

build experience while helping those in need

providing valuable experience

A New Leaf’s internship program is a great opportunity for students in the Phoenix area who want hands-on experience in a variety of fields within the nonprofit industry. Since 1971, A New Leaf has provided a variety of human services that help families and individuals move from crisis situations into long-term stability. With over 30 programs across the Valley, many of which are accessible by the Valley Metro Lightrail, our interns help make our community a better place for everyone.

Our interns can engage in opportunities for academic credit, service learning, program study, capstone projects, and gaining valuable experience. All types of skills are needed, so don’t hesitate to reach out and see what opportunities are available.

Details such as location, schedule, and paid or unpaid status varies depending on each position and department.

benefits of interning with a new leaf

Learn about the nonprofit industry as you support A New Leaf’s community services.

Develop essential skills that are standard in the human services industry.

Work alongside nonprofit professionals with 20+ years of experience.

available internships

Donor Communications

Creating engaging communication materials to engage annual fund donors and assist in operating a successful fundraising office.


Get hands-on marketing experience while helping change the lives of families and individuals in the Valley.


Get extensive experience with professional quality video production equipment, producing short films, commercials, social media videos, and more.

Event Management

Learn how major events are coordinated by participating in planning, fundraising, marketing, execution, and post-event activities.

Clinical Intern – Undergraduate

Work with clients ages 6-17 years old at A New Leaf’s therapeutic after school program, helping children with behavioral health diagnosis be successful in our community-based program.

Clinical Intern – Masters

Learn to conduct individual, family, couples, and group therapy, gaining the experience with children and adults with mental health conditions in an out-patient setting.

other opportunities

Interns are placed on a case-by-case basis based on current program needs and requirements. Don’t hesitate to reach out and see how you can apply your talent and gain experience!


internship opportunities are available throughout the valley

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Raven Yosick
Volunteer Coordinator
(480) 464-4648