apiNXT has a highly selective internship program for high achieving college and graduate students of all majors throughout California. Our interns serve in leadership capacities for apiNXT in their areas of primary interest and work directly with our board on outreach, community service, strategy, and program development. In addition:
- Internships are remote and part-time with variable hours (unpaid).
- Internship opportunity within apiNXT will be directly tied to areas of interest and study whenever possible.
- Interns receive ongoing training in professional skills needed in all industries for success (such as leadership training, public speaking, personal branding, strategic resume building, networking skills, interviewing skills, etc).
- Interns participate in our mentorship program where you are matched and have direct access to high achieving professionals in your intended career field
- Interns with exceptional promise may be selected for placement at internships at businesses and government internships through apiNXT.
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MEET SEVERAL OF OUR CURRENT APINXT INTERNS
Andrew Chang, Business Administration major at UC Berkeley, with a concentration in Global Business.
His Passion: Andrew is a polyglot who speaks 11 languages fluently (Mandarin, Arabic, Spanish, French, German, Swedish, Hindi, Portuguese, Icelandic, Taiwanese, & English) and loves to travel.
CORBAN DE LA VEGA, Marketing major at San Jose State University
His Passion: Corban is a talented graphic designer and photographer. While still in high school, Corban started a clothing line with his original designs. He currently interns for several organizations to develop his professional graphic design skills, including apiNXT. He is responsible for several of the graphics on our social media and website!
BRITTANY CHANG, Psychology major at UC Irvine
Her Passion: Brittany has a special passion for people with special needs. She currently works as a Behavior Therapist for the Center for Autism and Related Disorders. Brittany’s interest in special needs started early. She worked as a teacher intern in the special needs class all the way through high school and she started a club at school to integrate the special needs kids into the main student body through weekly lunches together. She wanted to help develop the social skills of the special needs kids because she felt they were always isolated and help the other kids see the special needs kids the way she does---as the most amazing human beings ever created.