Crisis Intervention Internship: Interns will be given a unique opportunity to gain real experience providing direct services to clients in crisis due to either domestic or sexual violence. These interns staff our crisis line and respond to victims at local, safe locations (hospital, police station, etc) to provide information, support and advocacy. Due to the length of training required for this position, only those requiring at least 250 hours of work will be considered.
Legal Advocacy Internship: Interns will experience a variety of opportunities to provide direct services to clients in need of legal advocacy. Filing protective orders, attending court proceedings, attending attorney-client meetings, as well as participating on local task forces are just a few of the things this internship has to offer!
Prevention Internship: Prevention interns will observe and have the opportunity to present school-based curriculum to middle and high school students. In addition, they will be tasked with helping community wide prevention efforts and assist with college based prevention campaigns. Our prevention program speaks regularly at the local, state and national level!
Support Group Internship: Our support groups can be vital to a victim’s recovery and interns who experience and participate in this process gain valuable knowledge in the process! These interns will help with preparation prior to each group, assist our group facilitator, and interact with clients in a direct service capacity.
Constituent Relations Internship: This internship provides a different perspective of non-profit management by having them engage with our donors, volunteers, and the community at large. This intern can expect to gain experience working with a donor database software and volunteer management software. They will participate in the planning, organization, and execution of all special events.