FDAAF is looking for student interns at schools all around the United States! It’s not making coffee — you can leave your mark, be heard and be part of something amazing. Our projects are all about making a difference and promoting inclusion through IT and media. We talk about disability and other social issues as we look for new ways to get our message out. We currently have a variety of game design, marketing, coding, 3d modeling, programming, research, and fundraising positions, and we will work with your school to make sure you receive internship credit. Internships with a 501(c)3 nonprofit are a rewarding way to build your career.
We rely on our dedicated interns and volunteers to make our projects a reality. When you volunteer with FDAAF, you can use your real-world skills to help the disability community everywhere.
We know you have a busy life. Don’t worry. Our entire team works remotely from all across the US, interacting online and working on our own schedules. We are looking for independent, driven, and organized people who want to be a part of something different and create positive change through visual media.
Students, you can use these volunteer opportunities as internship experience. We will work with your school to make sure you receive credit for working with us.