Our internships help you

We can assist you in arranging internships at your school if desired. Take the opportunity for a great resume builder that shows substantive employment experience on your CV or resume.  HR departments of companies and organizations look at this kind of experience as a plus in a tight job market where it is difficult to get your foot in the door. Dr. Chittick writes excellent letters of reference upon internship completion because he believes that if you help save lives, we should help you succeed in life.  Note: while we do trust the right people for telecommuting, the majority of these internships are for residents of the Hampton Roads area in Virginia.

Intern with TAPC

Here are some of our current internship and volunteer openings



Video Editing Dir./ Camera Operator National Youth HIV Testing Campaign Coordinator
Grant Writing & Business Sponsorship Coordinator Internships Events Planning Intern for Nonprofit
PR / Marketing Intern Office Manager
Graphic Designer WordPress Web Editor-

Or use the following link to find out about submitting a general internship application: Intern with TeenAIDS

 Note: Dual purpose internships are also available ( For example : you can intern both as an office manager and an event planning coordinator). The dual internships can be done concurrently or on a rotational basis. Because of shifting priorities each season, people wear different hats.  If interested, please let us know in your application materials.



 Volunteer Opportunities

We are always looking for volunteers with a passion for helping out. We hold a number of events annually, and can often use help on an ad hoc basis around the office. If you would like to be added to our mailing list to find out about these opportunities, drop us a line at ta-pc@teenaids.org

We are now looking for volunteers for our World AIDS Day on 29. Nov 2013. 

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We are an all-volunteer 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization distributing information about AIDS to teens locally, nationally, and internationally.