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Learn more about our Internship opportunities, here at HHFC.

Administrative (Intern)

Overview of the Position: 

Administrative Assistant intern duties and responsibilities include providing administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the office. You will support managers and employees through a variety of tasks related to organization and communication. The scope of the administrative intern includes communicating via phone and email. ensuring that all administrative assistant duties are completed accurately, with high quality, and in a timely manner.



  • Answer and direct phone calls, and take messages

  • Organize and schedule meetings and appointments

  • Maintain contact lists

  • Produce and distribute correspondence including memos, letters, faxes and forms

  • Assist in the preparation of regularly scheduled reports

  • Develop and maintain a filing system

  • Order office supplies

  • Book travel arrangements

  • Submit and reconcile expense reports



  • Proven administrative experience.

  • Knowledge of office management systems and procedures

  • Excellent time management skills and ability to multitask and prioritize work

  • Attention to detail and problem-solving skills

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Strong organizational and planning skills

  • Proficiency in MS Office

  • Proficiency in Google Applications 

  • Any additional duties as needed

  • Bilingual: English and Spanish (Preferred)

Case Manager (3 Positions)

Overview of the Position: 

Case Management Interns must demonstrate the ability to work with and establish a trusting relationship with clients and community service providers.



  • Participate in community events and activities to contribute to building a stronger nuclear with family

  • Bilingual: English and Spanish (Preferred)

  • Be able to work some weekends

  • Organize community network events

  • Provide information, resources, and support to families

  • Maintain daily progress notes on all activities and interaction

  • Cultivate strong relationships with community service providers, schools, churches, and community partners to enhance referrals

  • Facilitate dialogues that encourage community involvement in planning and decision-making

  • Collaborate with the early childhood developmental programs based on community need to promote positive relationships, support positive child development, and promote family literacy

  • Accompany clients to and from any of the following: hospital, home, foster care, family court

  • Assist in maintaining the resource library

  • Any additional duties as needed  

Community Liaison Outreach (2 Positions)

Overview of the Position: 

Community Liaison Outreach interns should be interested in being part of a dynamic non-profit team and want to make a real impact in the future of the organization. The Community Liaison Outreach interns must possess strong research and writing skills must be comfortable with public speaking.  Under general supervision, the intern is responsible for the coordination of various special programs that may include fundraising and a liaison between various community/business organizations and the general public. This position, in addition, is responsible for the assessment of the community needs.



  • Strong writing ability.

  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) speaker preferred. 

  • Ability to speak effectively in public.

  • Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with all agencies. Coordinate special projects and events within the community.

  • Be able to work some weekends.

  • Assist in arranging meetings and recruiting speakers to educate and empower the community. 

  • Gather community data to assess program effectiveness, increase services, participation and community resources.

  • Explain program services and distributes informational material to community residents to describe what, where and when program services are available.    

  • Develop program services based on assessment of community needs and resources.

  • And any additional duties as needed


  • Compile data from all boroughs.

  • Gather all Community Board profiles.

  • Send linkage agreement to various organizations where the target population is located.

  • Gather information from other agencies for referral services.

  • Attend relevant meetings and network.

  • Maintain relationships with government officials, other nonprofit agencies, social services organizations, and prominent community members.

  • Develop a resource manual of mental health providers, food pantries, entitlement offices, and other social services.

  • Maintain weekly reports.

  • Any additional duties as needed


If you express interest please send us a copy of your resume, cover letter, and position you're interested in to

All applications are due no later than August 2,2021