We are Seeking Currently Enrolled College Students for Paid Part-time
and Full-time Internships


Start and grow your career with May Institute!


May Institute is a world leader in autism research and support, giving you the opportunity to be part of the front line of the groundbreaking research of Autism Spectrum Disorder, diagnosis, and treatment. 

We are looking for creative and enthusiastic people who want to shape futures and change the lives of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities in a caring and collaborative working environment. 

The ideal candidate has some history working with these individuals; however, we welcome all levels of experience.



Is this aMAYzing Internship Program the next step in your career?

Are you looking for a rewarding internship experience? Do you want to enter the fields of human services, special education, or Applied Behavior Analysis? 
May Institute offers paid summer internships across our special education schools, centers, residences, camp, and corporate offices. An internship with May Institute is an opportunity to immerse yourself at the forefront of Autism treatment with a globally recognized organization. Learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder and ABA in a challenging, fast-paced, and fun environment.

This 11-week internship offers various schedules, including days, nights, weekends, or a shorter 6-week program.

May Institute uses ABA to support children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Our internships will give you insight into all areas of development, including communication, language, social, school readiness, self-care, and play skills. Interns observe and engage with these individuals and our staff based on their academic backgrounds and career path interests. You will work directly with individuals in collaboration with specialty providers such as Speech-Language Pathologists, Curriculum Coordinators, Educational Technology Specialists, and more. 


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or to apply

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  • Guaranteed interviews for permanent positions or opportunities to stay on as relief staff 
  • Access to education and possible clinical career tracks
  • Networking with executive and clinical leadership
  • CPR/ First-Aid Certification
  • Safety Care Training



  • Personal and professional development
  • Learning opportunities with industry-leading experts
  • Executive networking breakfast
  • Resume workshop
  • Intern Appreciation Day