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Nonprofit Organization Internship Profiles

Appalachian Prison Book Project

The Appalachian Prison Book Project (APBP) is a 501c3 organization that sends free books to people imprisoned in six states. Depending on their interests, PWE interns assist with grant writing, digital archiving of letters and artwork, promotional materials, social media, and the organization’s website.

Contact APBP for more information about internship opportunities.


Literacy Volunteers of Monongalia and Preston Counties

The Literacy Volunteers of Monongalia and Preston Counties (LVMPC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free, confidential, and innovative services to adults, including GED tutoring, computing skills, citizenship preparation, and literacy instruction.

For information about internship opportunities, contact Erin Clemens, Executive Director of LVMPC.


Morgantown Area Chamber of Commerce

Morgantown’s Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit, member based organization with over 400 members throughout the region and state. Dedicated to the Business, Community and Vision of the Morgantown area, the Chamber offers a wealth of services and knowledge benefits to our members to help them succeed and prosper. The Chamber focuses on creating a business atmosphere that benefits the development, growth, and expansion of businesses in our area.

For more information, contact the Chamber of Commerce.


Morgantown Area Economic Partnership

The Morgantown Area Economic Partnership is a nonprofit, public-private sector partnership that provides development assistance to the business community of Monongalia and Preston counties. The Monongalia County Development Authority (MCDA) is an arm of county government whose purpose is to “promote, develop and advance the business prosperity and economic welfare of Monongalia County.” MAP and the MCDA work together to help new and existing businesses in such areas as capital financing, tax incentives, employee recruitment and training, sites and buildings, international trade, and community and economic data.

Contact the Morgantown Area Economic Partnership for information about internship opportunities.


Greater Morgantown Metropolitan Planning Organization

The Greater Morgantown Metropolitan Planning Organization coordinates the development and growth of Morgantown, bringing together transportation planners, land use planners, developers, local government officials, and cultural and community leaders.

Visit the Greater Morgantown Metropolitan Planning Organization website for more information.


Downtown Morgantown

Downtown Morgantown is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating and maintaining Morgantown’s downtown as an attractive, clean, and safe center of commerce, government and education.

For more information about internship opportunities, visit the Downtown Morgantown website.