In most states, nonprofits are exempt from laws dictating compensation amounts and the type of work interns can do for your organization. Your organization can help a budding professional explore work in the philanthropy sector and use this legal flexibility to your advantage by taking on an intern.
Developing an intern program is a smart human resources strategy for cultivating new ideas in your organization. Interns are also an HR-approved way to get more help for less money. Read the article below for more on how an intern program can help your nonprofit.
University Interns Can Yield Benefits [Philanthropy Journal]