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Would you like to have a fun summer working for an innovative non-profit in
Washington, DC and change a life?

BroadFutures is revolutionizing the way young neurodivergent people enter the
workforce through an innovative training, mentoring and paid internship program. We
employ mentors to support our interns to reach their inherent potential. They serve as a
first line of support to our interns throughout the program.

Who We Serve: young neurodivergent people between the ages of 18-26. Our
participants have graduated from high school and are either on their way to college,
taking a break from academics, in college, or recently graduated.


Overall Duties and Responsibilities

  • Participate in the intake process, helping interns to set goals and strategies for our
    program.
  • Participate in all aspects of the training portion of our program, including, administrative duties, as well as curriculum delivery.
  • Support interns 1:1 outside of their internships as well as during our group training sessions.
  • Participate in employer calls with coaches, as needed.
  • Participate in weekly planned social activities with interns.

Desired Background and Qualifications:

  • B.A. or master’s candidates in the areas of special education, social work, counseling,
    psychology, or other related fields. Will also consider very recent college graduates
    with similar areas of interest or expertise.
  • An interest, lived experience, or academic or professional experience with
    neurodiversity
  • Experience or interest in workforce preparation or vocational support.
  • Strong verbal, written and analytical skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Detail oriented, and able to take initiative.

Dates and Pay:

  • June 1- August 16: 35 hrs a week/$20-$25 an hour or credit for a degree

APPLY to: [email protected] with a resume and detailed cover letter outlining
interest and skill set in the position.

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We are hiring a Summer Mentor!

26 January 2024

Would you like to have a fun summer working for an innovative non-profit in
Washington, DC and change a life?

BroadFutures is revolutionizing the way young neurodivergent people enter the
workforce through an innovative training, mentoring and paid internship program. We
employ mentors to support our interns to reach their inherent potential. They serve as a
first line of support to our interns throughout the program.

Who We Serve: young neurodivergent people between the ages of 18-26. Our
participants have graduated from high school and are either on their way to college,
taking a break from academics, in college, or recently graduated.


Overall Duties and Responsibilities

  • Participate in the intake process, helping interns to set goals and strategies for our
    program.
  • Participate in all aspects of the training portion of our program, including, administrative duties, as well as curriculum delivery.
  • Support interns 1:1 outside of their internships as well as during our group training sessions.
  • Participate in employer calls with coaches, as needed.
  • Participate in weekly planned social activities with interns.

Desired Background and Qualifications:

  • B.A. or master’s candidates in the areas of special education, social work, counseling,
    psychology, or other related fields. Will also consider very recent college graduates
    with similar areas of interest or expertise.
  • An interest, lived experience, or academic or professional experience with
    neurodiversity
  • Experience or interest in workforce preparation or vocational support.
  • Strong verbal, written and analytical skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Detail oriented, and able to take initiative.

Dates and Pay:

  • June 1- August 16: 35 hrs a week/$20-$25 an hour or credit for a degree

APPLY to: [email protected] with a resume and detailed cover letter outlining
interest and skill set in the position.