Are you a college student who is interested in gaining experience working with survivors of domestic and sexual violence?
Independence House can offer internships for both Undergraduate and Graduate level students. Past interns pursued degrees in Social Work, Sociology, & Psychology (including clinical).
What opportunities are available for interns at Independence House?
Interns at Independence House have opportunities to serve clients in both direct and indirect capacities including: intakes, counseling sessions, facilitating group sessions, hotline shifts, and administrative tasks. Interns receive 40+ hours of training at the beginning of the internship and are also provided with a variety of training opportunities throughout the year.
How to become an intern with Independence House?
Contact Deb Fluet, Director – Dual Programs, Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault at DebF@indhouse.net or 508-771-6507 ext. 235.