Intern at UCP National

  Intern at UCP National! United Cerebral Palsy (UCP), a leading service provider and advocate for individuals with a range of disabilities and their families, offers internships for motivated and energetic college students to work in our national office in downtown Washington, D.C. The program is part of My Life Without Limits (http://mylifewithoutlimits.org/), UCP’s resource…

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2014 Internship Program

UCP 2014 interns meet with MetLife representatives

In 2014, our summer internship program offered internships in the following areas: Affiliate Services/Public Education Development/Fundraising Life Labs/Technology/Innovation Marketing/Communications Public Policy   In addition to spending time with UCP National’s leadership staff, interns also met with corporate and other partners throughout the program. They also visited UCP of Central Pennsylvania, where they were able to meet with…

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Living and Learning in the Nation’s Capital: My Internship at UCP National

(Image Description: A 21 year old woman with short, dark hair looking in the distance.)     When I first signed up for an academic internship program in Washington, DC through my college (University of California- San Diego), I had no idea that I was about to embark on the most rewarding and altering experience…

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Disaster Preparedness Month: Tips and Tricks to Help You Live a Life without Limits

  Disaster preparedness is a challenge for anybody. It is never easy to plan for unexpected events, and make sure you will have everything you need to stay safe and healthy in the event of an emergency. However, living with a disability often means you may have extra considerations to think about when preparing for…

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UCP Interns Visit the White House

  (Image description: Six women in their 20s posing at the White House Forum on LGBT and Disability Issues. Three of them have dark hair and three have light hair. Five are standing and one is in a wheelchair.)    As a representative of United Cerebral Palsy’s National Office, I was able to attend the White…

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