Internship Opportunities

The International Center for Autism Research and Education, Inc. (ICare4Autism) is focused on collaboration, awareness, research, education and more.

Interns Armando and Nikki at the opening night gala for the NY Independent Film & Video Awards in New York City

Those who are selected for the non-profits coveted internships are able to gain more knowledge than “how to get someone a cup of coffee.”

Interns are placed in a fast-paced environment and surrounded by people on a dedicated mission to the betterment of the autism community.

Each intern position is packed with multiple assignments within the particular field. Tasks and responsibilities vary.  Past ICare4Autism interns have successfully added a slew of experience to their resumes. Some interns, who worked hard to excel in their tasks, are now working as employees and freelancers for ICare4Autism.

Current internship opportunities:

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