Thomas Dunn Learning Center


Thomas Dunn Learning Center works with the following organizations:  


Thomas Dunn Learning Center welcomes different types of internships and supervises university level students.  These positions are unpaid, but Thomas Dunn Learning Center can work with the student to fulfill academic credit or university support requirements.  All interns should be available for a minimum of 7 hours per week,  Monday-Friday between 9am- 6pm. Please send your resume to with the subject “INTERNSHIP” for consideration. 


Assist the Development Director with developing digital and print communications.


Assist the Development Director with fundraising event and campaigns.


Support the Operations Director with facilities and technlogy in the building.


Thomas Dunn Learning Center values partnering with individuals who are willing to share their expertise to benefit the community and help us to expand the variety of programming we can offer to our members.  We do not have any prerequisites for being an instructor, however we request a thorough understanding of what you plan to teach and how it fits into our mission. Community instructors are expected to: 

  • Provide TDLC with a curriculum plan and submit a class proposal. 
  • Teach a class in one of the following focus areas:
    • Adult Education
    • Arts & Culture
    • Civic Engagement
    • Computers & Technology
    • Environment
    • Financial or Economic Mobility
    • Employment & Business Development
    • Health & Nutrition
    • History
    • Youth Education