The BRICK Ministries is a partnership between its member churches, businesses, and residents who share the mission and vision of compassionately helping people in need, serving residents of Ashland and Bayfield counties. The BRICK offers a Food Shelf Program that distributes food and personal care items at four locations: Ashland, Cable, Cornucopia, and Mellen. The BRICK’s Benevolence Program assists with emergency financial resources and provides referrals.

Interns will work with staff at this local human services organization to support programming and internal operations.

All internships are paid based on credit hours. Payment is based on a stipend rate of $125.00 per credit (one credit internship = $125. Two credit internship = $250, etc.) The first half of the total stipend is paid mid-semester. The second half of the total stipend is paid upon completion of the semester.

Responsibilities and Qualifications

Qualified applicant will be a currently enrolled student. Responsibilities and tasks will be tailored to individual student strengths, goals, and agency needs. Past interns have received experience in the areas of Social Justice, Sociology, Sustainable Community Development, and Business. Opportunities may include:

  • Support in the Food Shelf Program working directly with pantry shoppers, handling inventory, and data tracking;
  • Support in the Benevolence Program processing payments, data tracking, and administering outcomes survey;
  • Administrative support scheduling volunteers, assisting with in-services, preparing communications; and
  • Philanthropic support with research and friend-raising.


Organization Details

The BRICK Ministries, INC. 420 Ellis Ave Ashland, Wisconsin 54806 Website

Number of Position Openings: 2

How to Apply

Complete the application packet and submit the packet with a current resume to the executive director Liz Seefeldt.

Application Deadline: November 30, 2017

Download Application (PDF File)


Liz Seefeldt