Students may earn anywhere from one to six credits by completing an internship, either in our program office or in an outside organization.
Some of the organizations where students have interned in recent years are Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Planned Parenthood, women’s shelters like the YWCA, and domestic abuse agencies such as A Better Way.
Students who have completed internships in our program office have created educational materials, developed marketing strategies, made presentations, planned events (such as Women’s Week), designed promotional materials, assisted with fundraising, and maintained our social media.
How to Apply
Start by meeting with us to discuss what you’d like to do.
If you are interested in an internship in our office, we’ll ask you to meet with our internship supervisor.
If you are interested in interning at another organization, you’ll work with the Career Center to identify and interview with an organization, and we’ll take care of getting you registered for credit.