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LifeSmarts Alumni Association

LifeSmarts Alumni Association

Catch the latest update in the Alumni Notes newsletter!

Become an active LifeSmarts Alumni!  Check out our LifeSmarts Alumni Guide! 

In addition to former LifeSmarts participants, LifeSmarts alumni include all those positively impacted by the program including volunteers, community leaders, state coordinators, and coaches.

We are so proud of the accomplishments of our LifeSmarts Alumni.  Check out the LifeSmarts Alumni Snapshot.

To stay up to date, please join the LifeSmarts Alumni groups on LinkedIn and Facebook!

Why should you become an active LifeSmarts alumni? 

  1. Professional and social networking opportunities including helping us at the National LifeSmarts Championship!
  2. Reconnecting with old friends and fellow competitors.
  3. Information about exclusive internships and scholarships only offered to LifeSmarts alumni.
  4. Volunteer opportunities.
  5. Sharing your LifeSmarts experience and giving back to LifeSmarts.

NCL, LifeSmarts parent organization, is happy to offer a LifeSmarts summer internship to a member of the Alumni Association. See description below. If you are interested, please email a cover letter, résumé, and writing sample to intern@nclnet.org and include “LifeSmarts summer intern” in the subject line.

The National Consumers League seeks a motivated summer intern to support the LifeSmarts program. The intern will assist NCL staff with ongoing projects and research in support of LifeSmarts. This internship will provide an opportunity to:

  • Develop LifeSmarts materials such as study aids to be posted at www.lifesmarts.org.
  • Write questions for the LifeSmarts online quiz and live competitions.
  • Work on special projects such as LifeSmarts program outreach, recruitment of state coordinators, and assessment of the program.
  • Work with NCL’s other summer interns to prepare for the upcoming LifeSmarts program year.
Internships are unpaid and interns will work out of NCL’s headquarters in downtown Washington, DC.  We ask that interns make a minimum time commitment of eight weeks, spending at least 20 hours per week working at the League. Of course, we welcome longer time commitments. Our goal is to tailor your internship to suit your specific needs. The League is happy to consider the particular interests of applicants and will develop specific projects, complete paperwork, etc., as needed for class credit.