Two internships are available per position.
App Developer: Program apps using instructional design principles and app development tools for Android, Apple and universal mobile devices.
Blog Administrator: Monitor, select, publish and maintain blog topics.
Board Administrator: Plan and manage communications with governing board members, manage board meetings and board documents.
Data Analyst: Communicate research data in user-friendly ways with graphs, graphics, text, video, and audio.
Data Visualization: Communicate data in visual formats like maps, charts, and illustrations.
Communications: Answer emails, manage school communications.
Graphic Artist: Develop graphics for education, website, video, and animation.
Legal Communications - Higher Ed: Publish legal information and guidance concerning learning disabilities in higher education. Communications shall include flowcharts, webpages, presentations, articles, papers, video, podcasts, audio, and graphics.
Legal Communications - K-12: Publish legal information and guidance concerning learning disabilities in elementary and secondary public and private education. Communications shall include flowcharts, webpages, presentations, articles, papers, video, podcasts, audio, and graphics.
Web Communications: You will be assigned a content area to monitor, research, gather, write and publish.
Writer: Interview, research, and write a variety of pieces, as directed.
Writer - Technical: Clearly communicate technical information.
Voluntary interns work remotely online, committing a minimum 5 hours per week, for 16 weeks.
Internships are independent or through your college.
Interns sign an agreement, are graded on a rubric, receive regular feedback, get a certificate of contribution, earn letters of recommendation, earn performance and innovation awards, and get full permanent credit for their work on dyscalculia.org, which they can feature in an e-portfolio and resume.
Interns through a college program earn independent college credits.
Paid internships are available through your college work-study program.
Send a letter of interest to Renee Newman, President, firstname.lastname@example.org.