The Beneficial Pain Internship allows college students to gain hands-on experience in the non-profit sector. We empower our interns to create initiatives, birth social media campaigns, and advocate for issues they believe in, using whatever resources we have available. We do our best to foster an environment of growth and supporting the development of our interns.
Unfortunately, we do not have the ability to pay our interns. Everyone on staff is unpaid. However, we aim to show our appreciation through professional development and social opportunities. Some exceptions are made to high-school students who are interested in the internship program.
Anyone interested in the internship should send a resume and their area of interest to Jerel Archer, Director of People (email@example.com).
Victoria Copland is from Auburn, ME, and is currently a student at Stonehill College in Easton, MA, where she is pursuing a degree in Marketing and Communications. When not at school, she works as an Administrative Assistant at a local law firm. She continues to gain experience in the media side of marketing through her Social Media Internship at Beneficial Pain. She is excited to be part of an organization that is community-oriented and focused on giving back.
Mecca Dickens is a native of Baltimore City. He is currently a Political Science major at Towson University. Mecca was homeschooled from 8th to 12th grade with a diploma from Arlington Baptist high school. He has been a long time community organizer in Baltimore City alongside his father. He has devoted countless hours to registering first-time voters in the city, as well as organizing aid for Baltimore’s homeless population with “Churches of Streets of Hope,” as well as community service with Baltimore based organization such as Operation P.U.L.S.E. (People United to Live in a Safe Environment) and B-More Healthy Babies.