COVID-19 Update​

Thank you for your interest in working with us! We are not currently accepting interns due to COVID safety precautions. Check back here or our Facebook for updates on opportunities.

Internships at MHC

Community Garden Intern

Join Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard for a Garden Internship. Interns learn while gardening using a dynamic mixture of sustainable growing techniques. This opportunity includes instruction with an openness to the interests of the intern. This position is 10 hours/week unpaid. For more information, see Garden Intern Position Description.

To apply for a Garden internship fill out our Garden Internship Application 2019. For questions contact Audrey Brinkers or call 812-355-6843 x.204.

Advocacy Intern

Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard at times hosts an Advocacy Internship. Build organizing and outreach skills as you engage in anti-hunger and anti-poverty advocacy work. This position is 10 hours/week unpaid. See the Advocacy Internship Position Description. This position is on pause as we seek a new Advocacy Coordinator and give them space to settling into their work.

Food Pantry & Volunteer Coordination Intern

Food Pantry and Volunteer Coordination Interns support MHC’s pantry and volunteer programs in fulfilling MHC’s mission by providing access to healthy food, building community, and facilitating strong volunteer coordination strategies. For more information, see Food Pantry and Volunteer Coordination Internship Description.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Kristen Lucas.

Youth Program Intern

Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard seeks motivated interns to support our Youth Programs. MHC’s youth program strives to connect youth with healthy, tasty food and the outdoors through meaningful experiences in the garden, kitchen and food pantry. Experience with youth preferred. This position is 10 hours/week unpaid.

See the Youth Internship Position Description.  To apply please submit a cover letter and resume via email to Georgia O’Connor.

Education Program Intern

MHC’s Education Program works to build community, provide a shared educational space, and increase access to healthy food through our cooking and garden programming. Education Program Interns focus on connecting patrons with these programs, and finding ways to strengthen the Education Program as a whole. In addition to hands-on experience in the kitchen and gardens, Education Program Interns can expect to gain experience with community building, skill sharing, and project implementation and management.


For more information, see the Education Internship Position Description. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Alissa Weiss