April 24, 2015

Summer INTERNS-We Need Your HELP!


Receive high school and college credit

Come join the team at Enough Is Enough®® (EIE),  a non-partisan, 501(c)(3) national non-profit organization with a mission to make the Internet safer for children and families. The hours are flexible, and some opportunities can be completed remotely. 


We are also seeking volunteers of any age for a variety of positions, click herefor the list of job descriptions. We provide a wonderful opportunity for people to serve as well as gain a valuable experience and training in the work place. We are based in Northern Virginia. 
Become a EIE Intern!

Interested? Please call me at 888-744-0004 or via email at lillians@enough.orgfor more information.  Thank you for your interest. 

Read what our Interns had to say about their experience at EIE:
Sahith, age 15:  "To be able to protect children by educating them about the infinite dangers online is a priceless experience. It is very gratifying to know that I have made an impact on a child today that will shape his/her future for the better."
Rachel, age 18: "...Having studied in the UK at the University of Birmingham, entering my 3rd and final year studying Law, it's easy to see how such an incredible cause is necessary worldwide. The work I contributed to whilst a Summer Intern encompassed every part of the organization. Whether it was working on fundraising, attending meetings, or working on Google ads, I really feel that I got to understand and experience every aspect of the cause.

Thank you so much Enough Is Enough® for such an amazing opportunity!"

Randi, age 17:  "...Along with learning clerical and office management skills I was also exposed to a plethora of resources and information on Internet safety that I would have otherwise been ignorant of. As a result, I could educate myself and my family while I worked to help educate others. I am so thankful for the opportunity to work with such lovely people and to be a part of such a worthy cause and I feel truly blessed for the chance to help others understand internet safety and protecting their kids online. To anyone trying to decide whether interning with EIE is worth it: know you will be entering a wonderful environment full of understanding, cooperative, and educated people and your time there will be well worth the difference EIE is making in the world."
Angeline, age 18: "Through the use of my creative and online abilities, I was able to help promote an incredible and important cause. .;.it has been both enlightening and worthwhile to be involved in this ongoing crusade, and I intend to continue supporting it and spreading awareness."

Always grateful,

Lillian Schoeppler

Operations Manager & Executive Assistant to the President


Making the Internet Safer for Children and Families

www.enough.org , www.internetsafety101.org , www.friendlywifi.org