IAHE Internship

Did you miss our webinar What about student internships?

IAHE internship applications are now open!

Extended Deadline! Apply by Sunday, June 26.

Is your high schooler trying to decide what they want to study in college or do with their life? Are they trying to figure out where their gifts and passions lie? Would some real-world experience help with that decision? Maybe an internship is right for your student.

The IAHE offers student internships for high school juniors and seniors.

When: Fall semester of 2022.  Internships will run from approximately August 29th through December 9th. Students will be expected to spend at least 3.75 hours per week on internship work and activities in order to earn high school credit. Additionally, the IAHE may offer some interns the opportunity to continue during the spring semester of 2023 in order to gain more specific work experience with certain teams in our organization, such as graphic design, publications, social media, leadership, website design, government affairs, and more.

Where: From the comfort of your own home. We work virtually from home communicating through emails, phone calls, video calls, and more.

What: Service and educational opportunities, including a chance to: 

  • learn who the IAHE is and the role the organization plays in serving, protecting, and encouraging homeschoolers in Indiana 
  • learn about the history of homeschooling in Indiana 
  • learn about homeschool law in Indiana and the current legislative issues that the IAHE is tracking 
  • learn to work professionally with a team of mentors and peers
  • learn about and grow leadership abilities
  • build skills using the various software programs and tools that are a part of making the IAHE operate smoothly
  • learn to work professionally with a team of mentors and peers
  • develop interpersonal skills such as listening, asking the right questions, dealing with differences, etc.
  • help the IAHE to serve homeschoolers in Indiana

Why: An opportunity to gain valuable insight into what kinds of work they may or may not be suited for. This is a chance for students to serve the Indiana homeschool community while also earning high school credit and adding practical work experience to their transcript.

Questions? Email us for more information.


Program Description and Details

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Internship Application


We recommend that you scan through the entire application process and take some time to gather your materials.

You can save this application at any time and come back later to finish. Just click the 'Save and Continue Later' button at the bottom of the form.

The submission deadline for applications is June 26, 2022.

Student Information

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Parent Information

Parent Name(Required)
Parent Agreement(Required)

Statement of Faith

The IAHE is a Christian organization that serves all homeschoolers.

Please read our Statement of Faith here: iahe.net/about/iahe-statement-faith


Application Questions

Do you have reliable internet access?(Required)
Do you have a personal computer to work from?(Required)
Do you use email?(Required)
For example, Google Drive, Asana, Voxer, word processing or spreadsheet programs, etc.

Personal Reference

Please include a personal reference from someone who knows your character well, such as a co-op teacher, pastor, coach, family friend, etc.

We will send an email to the person listed with a link to a form to fill out.

We recommend that you let your reference know to expect our email. If they don't receive an email, please contact intern@iahe.net.

Reference Name(Required)

Transcript and Resume Upload

Please upload a current transcript and resume below.
Max. file size: 300 MB.
Max. file size: 300 MB.
The next step will be completing a virtual interview with an IAHE internship team member.

You will be contacted to set up a time.

By Teens for Teens

A project of 2021 intern team

Homeschool Indiana Teens is a special edition of our regular Homeschool Indiana, brought to you by the 2021 IAHE Interns.

This epublication is for teens and by teens. From captivating interviews, to helpful tips for homeschooled teens, to book reviews, you won’t want to miss this special edition.

Our interns had a fantastic time collaborating on this project together.

Internship for High School Credit

Apologia’s Internship for High School Credit: Practical Help to Explore and Direct your Career Paths is a practical guide to obtaining an internship and getting the most out of your experience! The beginning covers major questions about obtaining an internship, including what field to pursue, how to identify companies in your field, interview tips, how to write a resume and more. The bulk of this workbook is comprised of worksheets for after an internship is obtained. These worksheets include semester goals, places to log dates and hours worked, and detailed questions to help you further explore your field of interest. The last section covers how to complete the internship, and includes information on writing a thank-you note, obtaining a letter of recommendation, and a final writing assignment.