By Lucia September 5, 2015


We are booking internships for the fall and spring. Deadline to apply for fall is September 26. Deadline to apply for Spring is January 26. Know anyone who would be great? Feel free to forward them this post.

An internship at Clover is a fantastic educational opportunity. Our interns have gone on to do great things. There was Sharan from BU, a kitchen intern who ended up creating one of our most popular sandwiches. There was Lucy from Harvard, who got us this close to Amy Poehler. There was Martina from BU, who came from Rome and used her BU hospitality skills to make our weekly Food Development Meetings run smoothly. And there was Paul from Suffolk, who worked with Lucia to bring videos to life at Clover, and now has a job on our corporate team, as the Account Manager for Whole Foods.

Please read on if you are passionate about food, ready to learn, and think you have what it takes to help make Clover better. Take a look at our departments and let us know which fits you the best. If you can, visit a Clover location and try our food before submitting your application.

If we are interested in learning more about you, we will give you a call to schedule an interview in the next 72 hours.

Each department only takes 2 interns per calendar year. All applicants must be currently enrolled in a college or university program. Ideal candidates are rising juniors or seniors. Occasionally we can take exceptional sophomores, freshmen, or high school students.

Any of our internships can be done for school credit, but that is not required. All of our internships are unpaid. If selected, we will work hard to give you a wonderful educational experience.


-Food Development (help run our weekly food dev meeting, work on recipes)
-Beer & Coffee Education (plan events for customers to learn more about beer and coffee)
-CSA Program (help run our farmshare program)
-Print Design (make posters and other print collateral)
-Photo and Video (take and organize photos and videos for use at Clover locations)
-Social Media (use Twitter and Instagram to help folks learn about Clover)
-Catering (help get new catering clients, help manage existing events)
-Special Events (plan vendor events with farmers, growers, producers)
-Social Media Outreach (get more great people to apply to Clover!)
-Training and People Development (learn about and develop new approaches to training!)
-HR Systems Development (learn about and help with payroll and compliance)
-Tech Intern (point of sale, website, other proprietary technology)
-MIT Community Outreach (work with MIT community)
-Harvard Community Outreach (work with Harvard community)
-Finance (learn about and help with capturing and reporting data relating to financial performance)
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