Celiac Disease Foundation Interns are integral members of the Foundation’s National Office, and quickly become fully immersed in the non-profit celiac disease and gluten-free world. Interns work closely with the Development and Communications Coordinator and the Research and Advocacy Manager. The internship is a valuable experience for any student wishing to learn more about non-profit organizations, public health, PR and marketing, and disease/cause-related organizations.

Program Benefits

  • Gain experience in program development and management, research and data analysis, community engagement, event coordination, and non-profit administration
  • Attend meetings with CDF Executive Staff to observe leadership and planning
  • Own at least one individual project
  • Course credit at your enrolled University, if you so choose
  • Summer stipend – $1,200
  • All you can eat gluten-free food!


  • Be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited college/university and be at least a rising junior
  • Commit to a minimum of 20 hours per week for 6 weeks (hours are flexible to meet your school requirements)
  • Skills: competent with Microsoft Office, strong written and verbal communication skills, self-motivated, willing to learn, and a passionate and enthusiastic leader
  • Must have personal laptop for work


Please send your resume and a cover letter explaining your interest in this internship to Brianna.Evers@celiac.org.