Undergraduate Students: Child Advocacy accepts volunteers and interns pursuing undergraduate degrees in child development, criminal justice, education, family studies, social work, and other human service related fields. Students can expect a well-rounded experience working within all of our main programs: Substance Abuse and Suicide Prevention, Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Children’s Advocacy Center, and Court Appointed Special Advocates. More information about our programming can be found here.
BSW Students: BSW interns primarily work within our Children’s Advocacy Center. Please review our BSW CAC Internship Description to see if this opportunity would fit your interests and skillset.
MSW Students: We offer two MSW internship options for both first year (general) and second year/advance-standing (clinical). MSW interns can expect to gain a strong understanding of child abuse and neglect, trauma, and the legal process for victims of crime. Review the general MSW internship job description here, and the clinical MSW internship job description here. We have great internship opportunities and a wonderful staff to work with you! Contact us today for more information, or complete the form below.