Due to COVID-19, there are fewer internship spots available. We are still operating normal semesters and still encourage you to apply! We also have an AmeriCorps VISTA position available on our Work With Us page if you want to join us in capacity building.


Applications are open for Bike & Build's Volunteer Awareness & Advocacy Program & Hub Program

This is an 8-week opportunity to help build houses and learn about affordable housing crises with one of Bike & Build's partners (Community Rebuilds is one), while biking around! Apply here:


Thank you for your interest in our program, we are excited to receive your application. We do not operate using strict deadlines, however our application review period reflects when we are usually are making our selections for each cohort. Applying prior to the review period will increase your chances of getting a spot in the program. The start of our application review periods are typically as follows:

Spring Semester | October 1st

Fall Semester | March 15th

Missed the review period? Don't worry, you can still submit an application, however you may be more likely to end up on our waitlist, or deferred for future semesters. You may also apply for future semesters well in advance – we will always accept your application.


Step 1

Application & Resume

Below is our Internship Application. Included in this document is also an essay component. Please email the completed application and a copy of your resume to

Step 2


We will need two recommendations, at least one being professional. Please have your recommenders fill out the following form and send it directly to

Step 3


Once we have received your application, we will set up a Skype interview with you.

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Community Rebuilds' mission is to build energy efficient housing, provide education on sustainability, and improve the housing conditions of the workforce through an affordable program. | (435) 260-0501 | 150 S 200 E, Moab, UT 84532