Bringing Hope Home Interns are given real-world, hands-on responsibilities. You will do meaningful work to help local Families with cancer. Find out how you can contribute your diverse talents to gain invaluable experience below!


Fall interns Wanted!

September-December 2024

“This organization is life changing and exposes you to such meaningful work. I would recommend BHH to anyone in a heartbeat. It makes you feel good as a person to know how much you are helping local community members.”

-Jill, former BHH intern

Bringing Hope Home Family Department Intern – Fall Semester

BHH Supervisor: Rachael Murphy, Family & Medical Professional Manager

Light of Hope Family Program

  • Complete weekly Family follow-up letters showing grant funds issued
  • Provide support with weekly gift card mailings to Families
  • Manage and organize data collected through the Light of Hope Family Program Family Survey
  • Conduct Family and social worker spotlight interviews and produce articles as needed

Adopt-A-Family Program

  • Assist with Family calls to discuss and confirm receipt of electronic gift cards
  • Assist with placing e-gift card orders through the online RaiseRight portal
  • Assist with communication of AAF Program to all Families, medical professionals, and hospitals
  • Work with Marketing and Communications team for social media posts throughout AAF
  • Assist with holiday mailing


  • Assist with Family database needs and data entry/clean-up
  • Find creative ways to share Family stories, quotes, and demographics with the BHH community
  • Cultivate Family and hospital involvement
  • Research additional resources to share with our Families based on area, cancer type, etc.
  • General BHH event support for Signature Events as needed. All staff and interns assist with this for our large events
  • Assist with administrative duties as needed

Ideal candidates should:

  • Be comfortable speaking on the phone
  • Have experience working in Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Be extremely organized
  • Be empathetic and open to speaking with Families


Bringing Hope Home Marketing & Events Intern – Fall Semester

BHH Supervisor Marketing: Lindsey Hargett, Marketing & Communications Manager

BHH Supervisor Events: Sarah Zargiel, Director of Events

Job Description:

  • Participating in weekly marketing meetings with the marketing team to go over goals and objectives
  • Writing and posting blog posts, Facebook & Instagram updates, etc.
  • Helping to implement a BHH social media marketing
  • Opportunity to assist on-site at events as needed
  • Create and manage our recurring social media days (content to be approved by Marketing Manager)
  • Write articles following every BHH event, office happenings, etc. (with accompanying social media posts to go along with it)
  • Assist with monthly giving follow up with our supporters
  • Press Releases
  • Research articles that support our mission that we can use both for social media and grants
  • Secure Silent Auction Support for Signature Events
  • Help with ideas around event (theme, setup, ways to raise $, etc.)
  • Help spread awareness around events

Perks of being a BHH intern:

  • An inside look at the inner workings of a nonprofit organization
  • Strengthened communication skills
  • Work with friendly, supportive staff
  • Meaningful work connecting our mission with those in need
  • Attend Signature and External BHH events with numerous networking opportunities
  • Bringing Hope Home swag
  • Access to a beautiful Chester County walking trail behind our office building
  • Coffee is provided in-office as well as occasional lunches for in-office meetings