Children Beyond Our Borders’ summer Volunteer Internship Program applications are available now! Children Beyond Our Borders, Inc. (CBOB) constantly works toward bettering the lives of underprivileged children both locally and internationally. This organization works tirelessly around the clock and is as exceptional as the people behind it. We are constantly looking for committed individuals with initiative, proficiency and a zeal for education awareness. Now you have the opportunity to become a member of the CBOB family!
CBOB’s VIP program is meant to spread the CBOB mission and truly make a difference in the world. Our past interns come from around the globe and have gone on to have successful careers in a variety of fields. CBOB not only opens the doors for your professional path, it puts you on course by providing opportunities to make valuable connections!
CBOB’s VIP objective is to introduce our new members into the professional world through engagement in real-world activities. In addition to helping our cause, VIP interns gain leadership skills, experience working in a team environment, confidence, and industry knowledge that they can carry with them into the workforce.
Our VIP program has grown immensely in the past year and our current spring VIP is comprised of 30 members! As CBOB continues to flourish, we learn more about the true core values of the organization as well as the messages of love and education that we help spread. By applying for the Volunteer Internship Program today, you will be bringing yourself one step closer to where you want to be tomorrow.
Emalyn Deak, UF Training Coordinator intern:
“Being a CBOB intern has taught me that we all have the power to change the world. Sometimes in life, we feel as though our work goes unnoticed, but working with CBOB has taught me quite the opposite. Everything I do from training Bound For Peace volunteers, to working with my fellow interns, all add up to a bigger picture. This was proved to me when I received a phone call from one of our CBOB scholars. He thanked me for the work I have done through CBOB. Even though I am a freshman intern, even though I’m still gaining experience, even though it involves a lot of trial and error –– he reminded me that my work is appreciated. This challenges and motivates me to give my all, no matter how tiny the task may be, because I know that my actions will make a difference.”
Jackeline Roman, FSU Fundraising and Community Outreach intern:
“Through my experience as a VIP intern for CBOB, I’ve had the pleasure to work alongside a number of inspiring people. We all come together as a team and volunteer for the wonderful children in the Tallahassee community, and there is no greater feeling.”
Matthew Hasbun, FIU Public Relations and Social Media intern:
“Being a VIP intern for CBOB has taught me that we should all appreciate the educational opportunities that we have at our disposal. It’s also showed me that a group of individuals who come together can truly achieve greatness and can move mountains.”