Sport in Society believes in the potential for dedicated indiviuals to enact postitive change in their communities. Through our network of professional partners we have plenty of opportunities to get involved, and volunteer in the growing field of sports-based youth development. The Northeastern University student group Huskies for Sport in Society coordinates discussion groups and student events, as well as providing Northeastern students with volunteer opportunities. We accept volunteer applicants from undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as adults with an interest in volunteering their time with our programs. Check out our upcoming events for chances to volunteer with us, and contact Ricardhy Grandoit to get involved.
The Sport in Society Internship Program allows students and individuals from any academic discipline the ability to gain hands on experience working with Sport in Society. Sport in Society welcomes both undergraduate and graduate students, as well adults who have an interest in sport, social justice, education, and healthy development to apply for the internship program. Internships are unpaid, but can be structured for course credit.
Sport in Society internships are extremely flexible, both in terms of time and scope. We are not able to offer paid internships and therefore understand the need to take on additional work. Ideally, interns will work at least 10-15 hours per week. Many choose to work 30-35 hours per week.
Students with diverse or multi-ethnic backgrounds and interests are strongly encouraged to apply.
Summer: April 1
Fall: July 1
Spring: November 1
There are currently no full-time benefits-eligible positions open.