CCWC utilizes interns in our programs during the school year and summer in various capacities.
Counseling interns - first or second year master's level students in Social Work or Counseling fields of study, that engage in direct empowerment counseling and case management servicing.
Legal Advocacy interns - law students that act as advocates in the Superior Court House for Final Restraining Order Hearings, Temporary Restraining Order filings, and other advocacy capacities.
Administrative interns - undergraduate students interested in assisting in day-to-day office operations, handling phone procedures as well as hotline, and donation correspondence.
Fundraising interns - any students looking to gain experience in event planning and marketing.
All interns must complete a 40+ hours training program. Prospective interns should work through their school internships programs.
To apply for any of the above positions, please do so below: