Summer Internship Program

Looking for a meaningful way to spend your time this summer?

Join our summer internship program at the Habitat ReStores. 

Do you enjoy meeting new people? Do you have service hours to complete for graduation? Do you want to make  a meaningful impact on your community? Then why not become a summer intern with the Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver ReStores? The ReStores are home improvement thrift outlets where all profits support Habitat Denver’s mission to provide affordable housing in our community.

The Habitat Denver Summer Internship Program is an opportunity for high school students to gain valuable skills, learn about affordable housing issues, and make a difference by serving in a Habitat Denver ReStore one shift a week over the course of the summer.

Application for the ReStore Summer Internship 2024 are now closed. 

Questions? Reach out to Lauren

Program Requirements

Applicants must:

  • Be 14 years of age or older before the program begins.
  • Attend an informal virtual group interview. Signups will be sent out in early May.
  • Participate in the program orientation and kickoff on June 8th.
  • Commit to a weekly shift, Tuesday – Saturday, from 2 pm – 6 pm.*

*Interns must serve at least seven shifts for program completion.

Email Lauren Kirwin (lkirwin@habitatmetrodenver.org) with any questions.


Why intern with us?

You will:

  • Enhance your skills and build confidence.
  • Complete high school volunteer hours in one summer.
  • Meet and interact with new people, fellow volunteers, and future homeowners.
  • Get experience that can lead to references for employment and college applications.
  • Receive an official letter of completion.

Here's what past participants have said!

“The internship offers real world experience because you learn how to work in a store and how to handle people.” 
– ReStore intern Claire. 

“I would recommend this internship to others because it helps build a foundation for your future. I’ve never worked a job before, and the internship helped me work with people better. I learned to work with a team to build furniture.” 
– ReStore intern Keren. 

“One customer told me that he is grateful for our generation for helping out around the community.”  “It was a great feeling.”
– ReStore intern