August 9, 2016




Paint your own picture.

Write your own story.

We’ll fetch our own coffee.

Are you looking for an exciting internship?

We’re a growing company that loves to help interns learn and grow.  We’re not hiring staffers to fetch coffee or just file papers.  We can do that ourselves.  Our respected interns not only sit in executive meetings; they oftentimes lead part of our team meetings.


Available Internships

Education Management (3)

Education Management

Business Management

Business Management

PR (2)

Public Relations / Social Media


Human Resources

Intern Life

Where do we begin???!??

We’re a team of focused and eager HR, PR, Business and Education newbies starting our professional careers in a mentoring program where we get first hand experience and only have to make coffee for ourselves. There’s never a dull moment when the creatives, thinkers, doers A.K.A. Interns get together for our daily #KCCThinkTankMeetings. Together, we collaborate to add our twist to easier routes for errand runs, what to do with kids while babysitting on date nights, and promoting our brand after we’ve helped make the coolest volcano at the science fair. Kid Care Concierge is more than a brand. It’s a lifestyle that gives the extra push to success. Working together with the CEO, Admin Team, and peers will give you the experience and growth needed, after all, working with kids isn’t so bad. We’re kidding; it’s amazing! Working to help children while learning about our intended careers is rewarding and fun. We’re having a great internship at KCC!



Public Relations/ Social Media Internship


The public relations/social media internship team collaborates daily to apply theories learned in the classroom by performing hands on tasks relevant to the field. Our PR/SM Interns maintain media lists, work on press kits and releases, create content and graphics for blogs and social media platforms, track and analyze metrics and plan events.  They also take turns leading weekly strategic planning sessions.


Natalie-Photo“I like how close we are and really get to work together as a team and by ourselves. It’s more hands on and a collaborative environment where we all make suggestions to make It’s not an internship where you are just a face in an office and run errands.”

Keyarah-Photo“I really enjoy the company culture here and the startup environment of companies in general. It’s really rewarding to see actual growth and engagement on social media. It’s nice to see everyone working together.”
Nicole-Photo“I love that I can shape the internship into whatever I desire and I can push myself as hard as I want . We are always working as a team, giving each other feedback and sharing resources. We have a great work environment that is relaxed and always comfortable. It is not what I expected from an internship, it’s better.”

Education Management Internship


The education management internship team learns about different facets of teaching and education management by working directly with the management team and instructional staff.  Education management interns shadow teachers, help develop curricula, analyze assessments and organize teacher, parent and/or student centered programs.



“I love that we’re all involved and getting hands on experience. I like that as interns, we’re not just fetching coffee and running errands. By interning at Kid Care, we’re getting real world experience that we can use in the future.”



Human Resources Internship


HR Interns gain hands on experiences in the field daily while working closely with the HR management team.  They learn about job posting, resume screening, reference checking, interviewing, onboarding, payroll and employee retention programs.



“I’m actually learning and working with other interns in their department, allowing me to learn about their tasks as well. We are all learn something new every day allowing us work together.”

Business Management Internship

Business Management Interns learn to become leaders while working closely with the management team.  They participate in administrative meetings regularly and learn about the responsibilities related to running a business, fiscal management and leading teams of staffers.


Are you interested?  Tell us about yourself by completing the form below.  Once you’ve submitted the form, email your cover letter, resume, sample of writing and/or links to portfolio to Ms. Parkins at  Indicate the internship(s) of interest in the subject line of our email.


The deadline for Spring 2017 Internships is soon approaching.  Interested candidates should apply immediately.  We are also accepting applications for Summer 2017.



You’re applying for an internship, so we don’t expect you to be an expert.  We provide ongoing training but we need to know the areas in which you’re already proficient.