Internships at the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) offer undergraduate and graduate school students an exciting opportunity to work on behalf of older adults and individuals with disabilities in Massachusetts. An EOEA internship allows participants the chance to explore the many career opportunities within the elder and disability service field. The majority of interns will be assigned to projects that help shape policy, assist in customer service, website reviewing, and access to join free webinars, data entry, and other duties as assigned.
The Elder Affairs Internship Program Overview
- Unpaid internship program
- Open to undergraduate and graduate students
- A summer or winter program
- Flexible schedules
- Interns work side-by-side with employees of EOEA
- Candidates should be current students at their school to apply
- All expenses incurred regarding the internship are at the student's expense
- Availability of positions is based on need as determined by EOEA
The Executive Office of Elder Affairs often participates in conferences and other events that offer expansive educational opportunities.
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