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Intern - Wish Granting

Wishes & More


Organization Summary:

 Wishes & More® enhances the life of a child fighting a terminal or life-threatening condition by providing extraordinary experiences... and more...

The purpose of Wishes & More is to serve children between birth and 19 years who are battling terminal and life-threatening conditions which require ongoing treatment.  We not only grant them a wish, we also provide them with a Scholarship of Hope® to be used for higher education. In the event a child does not survive to have a wish fulfilled, we provide the parents with a $1,000 Memorial grant to be used at their discretion.

Wishes & More is a Minnesota based 501(c)3 children’s charity.  We serve children of Minnesota and bordering states and we “fill the gap” for the children and families who may be outside of larger, national organizations. We are made up of seasoned wish granting experts who want to provide a wonderful wish experience to qualified children and their families. 


Location: Twin Cities Metro Activity Area: Human Services and/or Youth Development
Category: Health/Human Services Workforce Closing Date: open until filled
Job Type: Intern - Unpaid Salary: unpaid
Hours: 8-20 per week 

Primary Duties:

 This intern will assist our Director of Wish Services in all aspects of a wish.   This intern will obtain work experience with a nonprofit organization and will help make extraordinary wishes come true for the children we serve.  

  1. Communicate with families
  2.  Make travel arrangements
  3.  Coordinate meeters and greeters to meet families when leaving and returning from their wish experience
  4. Obtain and analyze bids for purchase of gift items
  5. Purchase gift items
  6. Coordinate volunteers to present gift item to child
  7.  Make arrangements for meeting celebrities
  8.  Plan a vocation day for a child
  9.  Prepare budgets
  10. Attend, as a member, related committees within the organization
  11. Answer Phones
  12. Other duties as assigned


Proficient in Microsoft Office programs, strong organizational skills, good listening skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to work independently. Career interest in non-profit organization, willing to accept a variety of tasks, and a positive attitude.


Additional Info:

Office is located at the interchange of 694 & Central Ave NE in Fridley.

How To Apply:

 E-mail cover letter and resume to


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