The American Transplant Foundation internship program aims to offer meaningful experience for individuals through the practical application of learned skills and concepts. All internships are unpaid and designed to enhance one's personal and professional development while contributing to the Foundation’s overall success.
We pride ourselves on the people who run the organization. We look for the brightest, most talented and caring people who share our values. If you are passionate about saving lives, this may be the place for you. We want to get to know the real you and why you would be a great addition to our team.
We are located in downtown Denver within minutes of public transit, 16th street mall ride, and the light rail. Our interns enjoy a collaborative team environment, challenging assignments, daily kombucha, gym access, and most importantly, an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of transplant patients and their families.
Now Accepting Winter 2021 Intern Applications: Multiple positions available.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Please click here to learn more about being a volunteer.
At the American Transplant Foundation, we have a team of employees and volunteers who strive to do their best and recognize the value of our lifesaving mission and the teamwork necessary for success. Working at ATF means living our mission every day. We are seeking committed professionals who want to make a lifesaving difference in the lives of transplant patients and their families. If our values and mission appeal to you, don’t hesitate to submit your application and we will reach out if a position becomes available.
What do our Interns say?
Intern, Kasey Paez chats about her Summer Internship with the Foundation during Summer 2019!
American Transplant Foundation intern, Anne Marie Lumba, talks about her experience working with the Foundation during fall 2018.
American Transplant Foundation intern, Caroline Ennes, talks about her experience working with the Foundation during summer 2018.
American Transplant Foundation intern, Zina, speaks about her experience as a Patient Relations Intern in the summer 2017.
Communications, Marketing, and Event Management Intern, Teri speaks about her time at the Foundation.
Nohealani, Patient Relations Intern over the summer describes her work with the Foundation.
ATF summer interns Katie Bassett and Carah Etscheidt talk about volunteering during one of our busiest summers to date!
American Transplant Foundation intern, Ethan Wackerman, talks about his experience.
Danielle Sheehan wrote to us about her experience working with the team.
American Transplant Foundation intern, Madeline Cohen, talks about her experience.
"I've always wanted to help people and this internship seemed like a great opportunity to build my resume and also help such a wonderful cause. I love what the Foundation works for. I also learned like I like to work with social media, event planning, and marketing, so for anyone interested, the opportunities are endless. No matter what your major is, it's still a great opportunity. Even though I'm leaving I still look forward to volunteering at the Foundation's events."
Emily Garneau, an undergraduate chemistry major.
This internship helped me grow not only as a marketing student, but as a person as well.
I was not aware of what a living donor was, but after working with ATF I have gone out of my way to inform my family, friends, and fellow students on how important being a living donor is.
I cannot thank you and Anastasia enough for the opportunity to intern with the American Transplant Foundation and all the invaluable skills you both have given me. I have a deeper understanding and more respect for nonprofit organizations who seek to help those who are in need.
I appreciate everything you did for me and look forward to volunteering and staying involved with the Foundation in the future.
Tim Pfarr, a graduate student at the University of Denver, talks about his experience as a digital media intern.
"I have always been interested in finding ways to improve the quality of healthcare in the U.S. and saw an internship at American Transplant Foundation (ATF) as a chance to learn more information specifically about how vital organ donation truly is to saving lives. What I enjoyed most about ATF was the lasting relationships that I built while working there. Since my internship, I have volunteered at several events and monthly TLC meetings.
The leadership cares a lot about personal and professional development, and allows you to work on initiatives and projects that are specific to the skills you would like to attain. As an MBA student, I was most intrigued by the financial aspects of running a nonprofit business and how funding is generated for events and programs, like the Patient Assistance Program.
The Foundation gave me insight as to what I wanted my true career goals and path to be. I am currently employed at a healthcare IT company, and believe that without my internship at American Transplant Foundation I would have not been able to pursue my passion for healthcare and helping those in need to the extent that I am. I am grateful to have had such a wonderful opportunity and continue to learn and grow thanks to
American Transplant Foundation team."
American Transplant Foundation intern Isabella Ramos talks about her experience working with the foundation during the summer.
I started as an intern when I moved to Denver from California and was looking for an opportunity to volunteer my time. After learning about the American Transplant Foundation, I thought it could be a new experience in healthcare that I hadn't been a part of before. It turned out to be one of the best experiences of my life!
The projects I worked on included grant research, graphic design, creating flyers, helping out at fundraising events and anything else that I could put my skills to good use. I was able to learn a lot about the grant submission process, which I wasn't familiar with. There were never any limitations put on me. I was always encouraged to come up with new projects or suggestions. The work I did gave me a sense of accomplishment and feeling that I was making a difference.
Volunteering at the American Transplant Foundation has a way of motivating you to do more. You hear of inspirational stories about selfless individuals who have given a part of themselves to save others. It's an honor to work with these people to promote the Foundation and its mission.
It’s a great environment to work in and I’m thankful I was given the opportunity to be a part of it. For anyone looking for a meaningful and life changing experience, I recommend becoming involved with the American Transplant Foundation. Everything I've learned and the experience with the Foundation will last a lifetime.
Clinical Research Coordinator, University of Colorado Hospital