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Volunteering & Internships
Quietmind Foundation staff enjoy the privilege of working with an exclusive group of awe-inspiring student interns and volunteers who are continuing to help shape and achieve our mission. We have become the organization we are today because of their brilliance, support, and enthusiasm.
We have drawn on the training, skills, and dedication of volunteers who are proficient as physicians, statisticans, research scientists, Six-Sigma-trained consultants, neurologists, editors and publishers, psychologists, advertisers, retired military officers, clergy, marketing consultants, and many many others.
We have enjoyed the privilege of ongoing volunteer support from committed people who bring with them a wide and varying cross-section of experience, education, training, and backgrounds. One quality they all share, however, is the desire to support others in achieving their best selves.
Volunteers have included parents struggling to successfully raise a child with a learning disability; family members caring for a spouse, sibling, or grandparent with early to mid-stage dementia; successful professionals, working or retired, who want to give back to their community; and former clients whom we have helped and who now turn their attention to helping others. All have donated time, considerable skills, and heart to further our mission.
We welcome undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in neurofeedback and clinical practice to complete internships at our office. These positions can be a single semester or year-long.
QMF Interns have come to us from: Chestnut Hill College, Eastern University, Franklin & Marshall College, Widener University, Arcadia University, Temple University, and LaSalle University.
How to Join the QMF Team
We invite you to consider joining our volunteer/intern team. Volunteering with QMF provides an opportunity to hone your current skills while learning new ones and to share your sense of compassion.
We are always looking for new, qualified volunteer members to join our IRB, the QMF Advisory Board, and the QMF Board of Directors.
Call 610-940-0488 to arrange an interview, or send a cover letter and your resume to Marvin H. Berman Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org.