Join us in making a meaningful impact through our internship program!

At our office, we are committed to serving a diverse and delicate population, including BIPOC individuals, men, children, and young adults within marginalized communities who have historically been impacted by Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence. As an intern, you’ll have the opportunity to engage in various tasks such as facilitating support groups, participating in our Economic Empowerment program, and providing advocacy services.

While we maintain a competitive selection process, with only four  interns accepted per semester, we eagerly welcome applications from passionate individuals like you who seek hands-on experience in Advocacy and case management.

If you are interested in our program Please submit your resume along with a cover letter expressing: Why do you want to intern at this site? What do you want to learn while working at our site , and lastly what can you bring?   

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