The Family Advocacy Center Intern Program provides interns with valuable field experience and exposure to critical aspects of a comprehensive service delivery system. The Intern Program enhances victimsï¿½ services and creates a mechanism to achieve the centerï¿½s long-term service delivery goals.
Interns must be currently working toward a bachelorï¿½s or masterï¿½s degree in social work, criminal justice studies, psychology, counseling or related program. Other degree programs may be considered on an individual basis. Assigned tasks and responsibilities will be closely linked to school requirements and curriculum.
The Family Advocacy Center Intern Program Brochure provides more information for this program.