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Who's a better role model than someone pursuing their dreams in college?

Our internship program allows college students to achieve professional development beneficial to their specific studies and goals. Interns will have the opportunity to gain experience in marketing, copywriting, event planning, grant writing, fundraising, budgeting, programming, and any other aspect of nonprofit and educational administration that aligns with their individual interests.

We have a rolling application, so the post will remain until the position is filled. Applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview via Google Meet. Note that te intern is given two $650 stipends (one in fall 2023, one in spring 2024). 

Marketing Intern

The WCM Media and Marketing Intern will be tasked with developing WCM’s brand and social media presence in alignment with the organization’s new communications plan. The intern will have the opportunity to gain experience in content creation, social media development, marketing, and nonprofit communications. Work will include helping to manage the organization’s social media accounts, creating content, and establishing a revised social media policy. Additional opportunities include developing a marketing video for the organization, assisting in the creation of a WCM Podcast, and collaborating with staff in fundraising campaigns. 


  • Basic understanding of marketing strategies
  • Basic understanding of Google Drive
  • Ability to work independently and multitask 
  • Skills in writing and communication
  • Passion for nonprofit work and education 
  • Photography and videography experience and/or interest

Any questions can be directed to Executive Director, Cassie Sheets, at 

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Julia Wynne, 2022-2023 intern

"I felt as if the WCM staff genuinely cared about my professional development beyond just the internship itself. I learned so much about the nonprofit world, running a business, and professional communication. I had the chance to develop skills I’ll use as I apply for future career opportunities, step out of my comfort zone, and be a part of a program that’s making a true impact in countless lives."

Shasta Hecht, 2021-2022 intern

“My experience as an intern with Writing Coaches of Montana has been overwhelmingly positive. The structure was flexible, and allowed me to branch out into a variety of tasks that I wouldn’t have otherwise been able to. Among other responsibilities, my involvement in social media engagement has equipped me with skills I can carry forward into my professional career.”

Kat Jackson, spring & summer 2021 intern

"My internship with Writing Coaches of Montana has been the most formative experience of my undergraduate education. Executive Director Cassie Sheets is a kind, passionate, and knowledgeable mentor who genuinely cared about my professional development and personal growth. This intern experience will allow you to learn crucial skills for any career path."