We are looking for value-oriented individuals who are passionate about the potential of the psychedelic experience as a tool for human development and therapy.
Why become an intern?
We are always looking for interns to help us build and maintain the MIND Foundation’s projects and programs. Working as an intern is meaningful; interns’ work contributes directly to psychedelic research and education and ultimately helps establish safe and legal spaces for the psychedelic experience. Further, interns may be given opportunities to meet important authors, researchers, and therapists from the fields of psychedelic science, consciousness research, neuroscience, prevention and therapy.
Learn about internship and volunteering stories
We are very grateful for all the interns and volunteers who have supported us in the past. Some of them share their experiences in our “Hall of Fame”. Check them out if you want to learn more!
Open applications are welcome at any time.
That being said, we will always try to find a situation where your skills and interests can overlap with the needs of specific projects or departments. To facilitate that process you will find a number of projects that are in need of support in the accordion below.
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September 2022 – open end
How to become an intern at MIND
Fill in your application data in the form below.
We evaluate applications monthly. After we evaluate your application, we will get in touch with you to let you know if we’d like to arrange an in-person appointment or online meeting with you.
The internship application process consists of two interviews. The first interview is with the HR-department, to see if there is a general fit with our organization. If there is a fit, you will have a second interview with the director of the department that you could be assigned to.
After this process has been succesfully completed, we will arrange the timeline for your internship and outline the projects you will work on.
All internships take place in the MIND office in Berlin with a minimum of 4 days per week.
The internship is unpaid.
We are currently not doing remote internships.
You will not be able to join the psilocybin-depression study as part of your internship.
Please make yourself familiar with our projects before you apply. You can find them in the MIND brochure.
Make sure you have read and understood the Expectation Management document linked below. If it raises questions or concerns, feel free to contact us: