Enhance Your Resume as You Change the World

Join a Prestigious Nonprofit as a Public Engagement Intern for the Korean Community

You choose: work 4 to 40 hours per week. We also have positions, including web development, analytics, and others, eligible for OPT.

"an Amazon.com of the nonprofit world

Enthusiastic Korean students: Join us as Public Engagement Interns

Give Books for Children

Feed a Child

Stop sexual abuse

Shelter animals

How You Benefit

Use your skills and intelligence to:

  • Enhance your resume with a record of achievement and service with a prestigious American nonprofit
  • Make the world a better place (this may be the single greatest opportunity for you to make a difference, including needs in Korea and for the Korean community in the United States)
  • Improve your skills, including leadership
  • Build your network at your school and nationwide

Unpaid / Possible Credit

We offer a great experience. We are a nonprofit, and so:

  • This is an unpaid position.
  • It is eligible for credit and for community service hours at many schools and universities.

About Changing The Present

We help nonprofits and schools capture some of the $450 billion Americans spend each year on birthday, wedding, and holiday presents.


We do that by making the experience of a donation, which you give in a friend's name, feel like a rewarding present and an appealing alternative to buying yet more "stuff." We provide:

  • tangible charitable gifts (provide books for children, fund cataract surgery to restore a blind person's eyesight, etc.)
  • personalized printed greeting cards
  • wish lists and registries
  • gift cards, etc.

This slideshow shows how it works.

Imagine the impact we can make together as more and more people adopt this more meaningful type of giving!


School Science Equipment

Enable Play for Children

Combat blindness

Provide safe drinking water

Sponsor cancer research

This is Prestigious and Competitive

We seek undergrad and graduate students who:

  • have a strong academic record
  • commit to at least three hours per week during the summer or the school year. (If you can spend at least ten hours per week, please see our opportunities for internships, which can be done remotely/online, and which can satisfy CPT or OPT requirements).

What You Will Do as an Engagement Intern

You will use social media, email, and in-person conversations to raise awareness of Changing The Present and our internship opportunities among:

  • Korean students, recent graduates on OPT, student organizations, and faculty
  • Korean nonprofits, schools, and community centers so they can attract new funding.

We Provide the Tools You Need to Succeed

We will provide detailed instructions, message templates, downloadable flyers, digital graphics, and other marketing assets for your use. We also welcome your great ideas.

A Nationwide Community of Engagement Interns  

We plan to have multiple Engagement Interns at each school, and we will provide an online community for you to connect with one another, as well as with those at other schools nationwide. That will let you collaborate, share tips, celebrate your successes, and build your network.

Our Team

Here are a few of the wonderful people on our team. See what they and others say about working with us.:

Apply Now!

This is prestigious and competitive. If you are a high-achieving student and would like to join us, please use the form below to apply.

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