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ClubHALO Internship

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Do you want your internship to be meaningful and full of real impactful tasks? This internship has the purpose to help one more child spend one less day alone. We are looking for someone who is highly self-motivated, has a strong sense of urgency, takes the initiative, is solution-driven, and has the ability to make things happen. When you join the HALO family, you are surrounded by a group of passionate individuals who want to see you succeed and grow in your internship.

The ClubHALO Intern will work with the HALO COO, Senior Operations Manager, Jefferson City Operations Manager and Operations Coordinator and will be a part of our ClubHALO efforts for the HALO headquarters and HALO branches. ClubHALO is a digital achievement volunteer program that empowers kids to help other kids. Through this platform, kids and teens around the world can complete challenges, lead fundraisers, and build a community of other young people to bring awareness and action to ending youth homelessness. This position will be for at least 10 hours a week at HALO Headquarters in Kansas City, or virtually (Central Standard Time Zone). This intern will report to the Operations Coordinator.

Make an impact working with local homeless youth while using your own creativity!

Examples of tasks include:

  • Update ClubHALO Intern profile with your picture and information

  • Check discussions and approve new topics/replies from ClubHALO members

  • Engage with ClubHALO members through challenge responses, discussions, and direct messages

  • Monitor reward redemptions and mail items accordingly with accurate tracking on inventory

  • Assist with organizing quarterly ClubHALO Zoom meeting

  • Monitor ClubHALO advocates and age estimation process

  • Create challenges and follow ClubHALO Google Calendar for content creation of fundraisers, art projects, educational content, and more

  • Organize ClubHALO content into HALO blog posts, social media posts, and other marketing uses

  • Doing community outreach to spread awareness of ClubHALO, ClubHALO meetings, and ClubHALO Chapters
  • Communicate with ClubHALO Chapters to make sure they are following Chapter requirements

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About The HALO Foundation


1600 Genessee St, Suite 200, Kansas City, MO 64102, US

Mission Statement

HALO helps one more child spend one less day alone.


Everyone can think of that one moment in their life that changed everything. It’s the moment that made you who you are today. For more than 3,000 kids around the world, HALO is that moment. At HALO, we give our kids a home in which hope can emerge from hardship. And where drawings about their past unlock dreams about their future. We work wherever kids who have been abused, abandoned, and orphaned, need to feel loved. We work help one more child spend one less day alone. Love heals.

HALO believes every child should have the foundation of a family. Since 2005, HALO has provided love in the form of housing, healing and education to heal homeless and at-risk children. Featured in the Moroccanoil INSPIRED film series, "American Spirit" of CBS Evening News, "Heroes Among Us" and "25 Women Changing the World" of PEOPLE magazine, "The Today Show," and Variety Magazine, HALO serves more than 3,000 children and supports 11 programs around the globe each year. It has Learning Centers and Housing programs in Kansas City, and Jefferson City, Missouri, and art programming in New York and Portland. HALO also supports orphanages and programs in Uganda, Kenya, Mexico and India. Learn how Love Heals at HALO and help one more child spend one less day alone at www.haloworldwide.org.


Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Homeless & Housing
Children & Youth, Computers & Technology, Homeless & Housing


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Mentoring
  • Child Development
  • Community Outreach
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Microsoft Office Suite




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Needs to have access to a laptop and reliable internet. Needs to be efficient in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint. Knowledge of Canva is a plus. Training provided on all other programs.

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