The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care is looking for unpaid interns for the spring.

The Consumer Voice, Washington, represents the interests of people who are getting LTC services in nursing homes, in assisted living facilities and at home.

The interns work on projects such as event planning, communications, Web development and fundraising.

The interns are supposed to work for Consumer Voice at least 15 hours a week. Consumer Voice will help the interns get academic credit but it does not require that interns be getting academic credit.

Applicants are supposed to e-mail a cover letter and resume to info@theconsumervoice.org with the word “Internship” in the subject line.