NWCDC is a tax-exempt non-profit organization that facilitates the growth of co-ops in the Pacific Northwest by providing direct technical assistance. While we occasionally offer employment openings in the traditional sense, many employees work on a project-by-project basis depending on contracts we have received and the type of expertise needed.Students at The Evergreen State College can find internship opportunities on the Community Opportunities Database (CODa). If any of the following options for working with us interest you, then we strongly encourage you to send us your resume and set up an informational interview.
1. Computer Literacy Internship–proving basic IT education to directors and members of homeowner cooperatives.
We sponsor student interns for one or two academic quarters. These are volunteer internships that focus on project work for 20-40 hours per week. These internships typically involve assisting an ongoing project. For formal consideration, please submit a letter stating your interest, what you seek to gain, relevant experience, the time period you are interested in and the number of hours you can work. If you have a resume, please include it with the letter to our Intern Coordinator.