Steinbruck Center at Luther Place

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The Steinbruck Center accepts both full and part-time interns. Check out testimonies from our previous interns, Curley and Emily.

Part Time Interns – We accept part-time interns in both the fall and spring semesters. Interns must have availability for a minimum of ten hours per week, and can be receiving class credit for the internship. We have worked with interns with interests or concentration in business, social entrepreneurship, social work, sociology, political science, health and human services, English/writing, Spanish, and education. Interns can dedicate their time and energy to a specific project or ministry. Please contact Bianca Vazquez at if you are interested in a part–time internship.

Full Time Interns (up to 3 months) – We accept full-time interns during the spring semester and during summers. Full-time spring and summer interns accompany groups to service sites, facilitate and develop educational programming, and support the Center’s social justice initiatives such as ArtSmart Summer Camp and our social entrepreneurship venture – The Community Craft Collective.

The position includes regular service and volunteer work at N Street Village. Applicants do not need to be religiously affiliated, but would benefit from having worked or participated in some kind of service learning previously.  Please contact Bianca Vazquez at if you are considering applying to an internship at the Steinbruck Center.

Steinbruck Program Fellows — (6 months to 1 year)The Steinbruck Center offers a unique opportunity for individuals who are looking to spend six months to a year learning and serving in our nation’s capital. Steinbruck Center Program Fellows are long-term volunteers that commit to 6 months to 1 year of service, where they work 35 hours a week in the Steinbruck Center. The Program Fellow responsibilities are split between hostel ministry hospitality, volunteer coordinating, and accompaniment. Fellows work with the Experiential Learning Coordinator to develop their job descriptions and are encouraged to grow spiritually, explore vocational discernment, and develop their passions during their stay. Applications for internship are accepted on a rolling basis. Appointments vary in length and may be structured to meet an academic calendar. 

If you have questions or are considering applying, please contact the Program Coordinator at You will be asked to send by e-mail your resume, cover letter, and three references. Fellows will receive free housing and a monthly stipend for the duration of their stay.

  • Education
  • Experiential Learning
  • Direct Service
  • Critical Analysis
  • Reflection
  • Transformation