Habitat for Humanity DeKalb (HFHD) is seeking interns with specialized skill sets and a passion for influence to truly own their part of our business in this unique and impactful leadership opportunity.

Put your strengths to use balancing social-corporate responsibilities with Habitat for Humanity – DeKalb where you’ll personally own and manage a part of a business for the nation’s leading community development organization. Each intern will be a part of one of the multiple facets of our organization!


Digital Website & Social Media - Growing audience and communicating our mission through Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and


Marketing Development - Utilizing marketing to focus our organizations energies and resources on a course of action leading to increased presence, fundraising, and relationship management:

    • Building Social Media presence on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube
    • Refining general corporate strategy
    • Developing tactics and actions
    • Testing and deploying marketing strategies
    • Materials development

Operational Enhancements – involvement in Board of Directors sub-committees for strategy development and deployment:

    • Family Selection
    • Family Support
    • Construction
    • Site Selection
    • Volunteer Coordinating
    • Fundraising

Through this unpaid internship program, Habitat for Humanity - DeKalb Interns will receive:

  • Letters of recommendation from HFHD’s program liaison
  • Online credits for any marketing/website/social media work
  • Academic approval for credits
  • Formal recognition in the board’s minutes
  • Opportunity to attend board meetings and related networking events
  • Professional growth through educational events and leadership roles
  • Practical experience in social-corporate responsibilities

Schedule & Location

  • Flexible weekly schedule ranging up to 40 hours monthly
  • Convenient office location in Tucker


Interested in interning with us?

Send questions and your information to Executive Director, Sharon Steele


The Habitat AmeriCorps program is designed to increase Habitat’s capacity to deliver more services to more individuals and families. AmeriCorps members serve in a variety of roles to increase Habitat’s ability to build homes, expand services, engage the community and partner with people. AmeriCorps members provide a unique human resource: motivated, passionate, hardworking people who can help address community needs in a variety of ways. These are typically paid 10 ½ months assignments.

Habitat AmeriCorps is an investment in growth, in communities, in families and in the next generation of leadership for the affordable housing movement.

Interested in our AmeriCorps Program?

Send questions and your information to Executive Director, Sharon Steele