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The Teach One to Lead One internship is a hands-on program for young
“Professionals-in-Training.” This program is a 10-month paid commitment that educates interns on every aspect of Teach One to Lead One at the Global Support Center. They are taught how each department of the organization functions and are given the opportunity to educate one another as department rotations occur. It is an in depth immersion into a culture of celebration and excellence that exists to develop the character of students throughout the world. By the end of the program, interns have a full grasp of what it takes to operate Teach One to Lead One and support its many chapters.

While the duties of the Teach One to Lead One (T1L1) Interns vary from week to week and assignment to assignment, it is common for Interns to:

  • Actively participate in staff meetings by providing feedback and/or presenting ideas.
  • Prepare reports on specific assigned projects and present them to stakeholders.
  • Successfully complete various levels of T1L1 certification programs.
  • Design and implement large projects that impact kids at-risk in the community.
  • Engage directly with volunteer mentors and lead them in delivering mentoring programs.
  • Participate in fundraising coaching program and actively raise funds as directed.