Delta’s Internship Program

Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity has partnered with Delta High School for the school’s “Work-Based Learning” internship program. Delta is a STEM program offered through Public High School that encourages its students to think outside of the box and earn more experience in STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

The Internship program allows Delta Seniors to seek out job opportunities they wouldn’t otherwise discover on their own and gives the students real world workplace experience in their preferred field of employment.

Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity’s Internship Program gives Delta High School students the opportunity to work with our affiliate for approximately 360 hours throughout the course of their senior year. The Interns spend most of their time in our offices, but they also volunteer in our Store and on our construction sites. At the end of their internship, each Intern will showcase their overall experience while working with habitat in a presentation to our staff.

TCP Habitat currently offers two possible internship positions: Graphic Design and Construction.

If you have any questions about TCP Habitat for Humanity’s internship program, please contact the Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity Development Coordinator, Albert Gutierrez, at (509) 943-5555 ext. 202 or at agutierrez@habitat-tcp.org.

This year, the interns working with us are Madison Femreite and Irving Ozuna from the graduating class of 2019. They will be working with Habitat from July of 2018 to May of 2019. You can learn more about them below:

Graphic Design Intern – Madison Femreite

Madison is interested in turning her hobby of art and design into a career. Working with Habitat is giving her the experience she needs to grow her skills in graphic design.

Construction Intern – Irving Ozuna

Irving is passionate about architecture and construction and is ready to learn the ins and outs of an actual construction environment.

Individual Internship Program

Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity is always looking for hardworking individuals to intern with us. We provide our interns with real world work experience that will help guide them in their future endeavors.

Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization working in nearly 1,400 communities across the United States and in approximately 70 countries around the world. Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity’s vision is that “All residents of Benton, Franklin, and Walla Walla Counties have the opportunity for a decent, affordable place to live.”

If you have any questions about TCP Habitat for Humanity’s internship program, please contact the Development Coordinator, Albert Gutierrez, at (509) 943-5555 ext. 202 or at agutierrez@habitat-tcp.org.

Partners Internship Program

If your organization, school, office or church group is interested in creating a partnership to provide your members with the opportunity to intern with Habitat TCP, please refer to the contact information below.

Please contact the Development Coordinator, Albert Gutierrez, at (509) 943-5555 ext. 202 or at agutierrez@habitat-tcp.org.