Paid Internship – Childcare Worker

/ Paid Internship – Childcare Worker
  • Internship
  • Tacoma

Multicultural Child & Family Help Center

Disclosure: This internship is only available to WIOA participants that have been enrolled and connected with a Case Manager. This internship is available at this time and may not still be available when you are eligible to be placed. Talk to your WIOA Case Manager for more information. To learn more about local services available:



  • WIOA WEX Program

Internship Site:

  • Multicultural Child & Family Hope Center

Organization Overview:

  • MCFHC offers before and after school childcare to students from Kindergarten to 5th grade. Students have the opportunity to prepare for their learning day with art, dance, and music. These moments of engagement have shown success in decreasing disruptive behaviors from students in the morning on the bus and when they arrive at school. In the afternoons, students receive an afternoon snack, homework assistance, and additional art, dance, and music activities. For more information about this company, visit

 Intern Title:

  • Childcare Worker

Intern Opportunity Details:

  • Internship Wage: $15.74-$18/hr
  • Intern Can Work Up to: 40 Hours per week
  • Minimum Internship Length: 120 Hours
  • Maximum Internship Length: 320 Hours


  • Tacoma, WA

Able to Host:

  • Up to 15 Interns Total


  • Must have a TB Test
  • Must be at least 18+ years old.
  • Must be able to pass a background check.
  • Must be ambitious and willing to take constructive criticism if needed.
  • Must have good attendance.
  • Experience working in daycare or classroom is preferred.

Skills the Intern May Learn:

  • Acquire hands-on experience in providing high-quality care and supervision to children in a safe and nurturing environment.
  • Learn to develop age-appropriate activities that promote cognitive, social, and emotional development.
  • Gain skills in conflict resolution and behavior management while fostering positive interactions among children.
  • Develop communication skills by effectively communicating with children, parents, and fellow staff members.
  • Learn about child safety protocols, health regulations, and emergency procedures.