Internships & Volunteer

Volunteer Support Program

The MHA of GA Internship Program introduces students to the important role we play in ensuring a productive life in the community for everyone. Interns gain practical experience through projects, special assignments, or research that support state and community-based programs, policies, and best practices in the prevention, early intervention, and treatment of mental illness.

Gain Experience

The MHA of GA Internship Program allows students to use their specific skills and knowledge while experiencing the value of their education. Interns work 15 hours a week for at least one semester on meaningful projects, gaining real-life exposure to areas aligned with their course of study.

Because MHA of Georgia is a small organization, the student will get exposure to many opportunities that will enhance their understanding and knowledge of mental health as related to program coordination.

Please click on internship opportunities for details and how to apply.

Volunteer Support Program

Mental Health America of Georgia depends on supporters who share our mission to enhance the mental health of all Georgians through outreach, education, and advocacy. Our Volunteer Support Program was designed to create an opportunity between our supporters and MHA of GA to advance the mission of the organization as well as continue to create compassionate communities from within the organization. As a small non-profit, MHA of GA depends on the support of individuals who can use their talents and efforts to help support our administrative and programmatic teams.

Volunteer Support Opportunities

Please review our specific volunteer opportunities below.

Leadership Access and Empowerment Program (LEAP): Share your professional knowledge as a panelist or volunteer for mock-interview events (contact

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