Community Partners 

Ware Institute community partners play a key role in student internships. Our Community partner agencies and organizations are dedicated professionals that truly value the opportunity to work with and mentor  F&M students.  

Internships and volunteer experiences in the community enable students to make significant contributions to organizations while acquiring meaningful professional experience that impact career choices.  


Requesting Student Interns or Volunteers

  • PSSI interns
  • PSSI Program
  • Art Therapy
  • PIT at Central Market
  • 14 PIT Building Lancaster
  • 13 Ghana Alternative Winter Break
Request an F&M Works or PSSI Intern

Students who wish to become Ware Institute interns go through a rigorus application process before they are selected to become part of the F&M Works and PSSI internship programs. Students learn valuable work skills, explore potential career paths, and gain access to a network of dedicated community professionals that truly value the opportunity to work with and mentor F&M students. 

The application period to request a 2015 F&M Works and PSSI interns closes January 31.

Questions?

Please email Lisa Wolfe, associate director of the Ware Institute. 

 

  • Volunteering
  • Student Volunteers
  • F&M SLAM
  • Student Volunteer Duplicate
Requesting Student Volunteers

Ware Institute staff and interns help match your organization's needs with student volunteers.  Ware Institute student volunteers, tutor students at the School District of Lancaster, help teach English as a second language to newly arrived refugees, mentor  students in the F&M SLAM and Squash ACES programs, and help at local pet shelters to name a few. 

To request your student volunteer(s) started, please complete the application to request below.

Questions?

Please email Lisa Wolfe, associate director of the Ware Institute. 

 

The Ware Institute Advisory Board

Initiated in 2011, the Ware Institute Advisory Board consists of 18 different community agencies and organizations.  Board members help the Ware Institute stay informed about  needs and opportunities for engagement with the local community.