Become A Volunteer/Intern
Learn and grow both professionally and personally with #TeamAmmon, while helping the Foundation and the countless individuals and communities which we serve. Opportunities are available both in-person and remotely, and all options are unpaid.
- Event Volunteer – Staff exhibitor tables at conferences, community events and health fairs
- Marketing/Communication Assistant – assisting with the newsletter, blogs, social media, content creation, event planning, and execution and other duties as needed
- Program Assistant – working directly with our Program Director, research, program evaluation, event planning, and execution, assemble materials and other duties as needed
- Student Internships – Credit-based and available for the Fall (September-December), Summer (May-August) or Spring (January-May) semesters. We will work directly with your educational institution.
- New Professional Internships – We require a minimum three-month commitment of ten hours per week.
Internship Focus Areas
- Marketing/Communications – assisting with the newsletter, blogs, social media, content creation, event planning and other tasks as needed
- Programs – working directly with our Program Director on research, program evaluation, event planning and execution, material assembly and other tasks as needed
- Translation – assisting in the translation of existing Foundation materials from English into other commonly used languages in the United States
- Customized/Project-Based – Foundation staff will work with you based on your interests, skills and availability
Qualifications: The ideal candidate is technologically savvy, possess strong written and verbal communication skills, is a critical thinker, problem solver, and a team player. Candidates should be interested in and open minded about addiction, recovery and the nonprofit sector. Those with lived experience with addiction recovery and/or those with criminal records, are encouraged to apply.
Become A Mentor
Through a cadre of professional mentors, we match interested scholarship recipients with individuals who have experience in their current/desired career field.
- We need mentors with professional experience in all kinds of fields, who can provide mentees with information about their experience and how they have been able to establish a career in a specific field.
- You do not have to be in addiction recovery, however, you must have a basic alignment with our philosophy around addiction and recovery
- Mentors commit to a 3-month short-term match(es) and connect with mentees via digital platforms (email, phone, video chat) with the goal is to expand the Scholar’s network and to provide inside tips on a particular career.
Qualifications: A mentor is a role model, a coach and a guide. They share inside tips on the best way to network and expose Mentees to opportunities to build up their experience for a successful career. The ideal candidate possesses strong written and verbal communication skills, is a critical thinker, and problem solver. Candidates should be interested in and open minded about addiction and all pathways to recovery. Some level of technologically savviness required, as the connection will be digitally. Those with lived experience with addiction recovery and/or those with criminal records, are encouraged to apply.
Become an Education Partner
Give the invaluable gift of education. Invest in Recovery.
The Matching Scholarship provides organizations, institutions or corporations the opportunity to match their dollars (most often in a one-to-one ratio) to the Ammon Foundation scholarship dollars. For example, educational institutions enter agreements with our Foundation to match scholarships for one or more of their students attending their institution.
The Sponsored Scholarship provides organizations, institutions or corporations with the opportunity to sponsor annual scholarships to be awarded to a deserving person in recovery who is studying or planning to study in a field that is directly related to the business purpose of the corporation or organization. These Scholarships are not limited to four-year college programs but provide corporations and organizations with the chance to sponsor students pursuing courses of education in vocational/trade school, two-year community college or programs directly in line with the skills that are in highest demand in their industry.
The Legacy Scholarship is created by individuals and/or families in order to honor the life of a loved one. These gifts can be made on a one-time basis or as an annual gift.