My experience at SAFE has been an amazing opportunity to not only get experience in a field I'm passionate about, but also a way to help the people of this community.
All SAFE Project interns must complete SAFE Project's 40-hour training. If you have not completed our 40-hour training yet, you will need to submit both an Intern Application, which you can find on this page, and a Volunteer Application, which you can find here:
SAFE Project staffs Interns three times a year, in spring, summer, and fall - but you can always submit an application!
All SAFE Project interns must complete our state-mandated 40-hour training before being accepted for an internship position. If you have not completed our training, please visit our volunteer page to find out more.
Some interns go through the program for school credit, while others go through for job training. Either way, our interns work closely with our Volunteer Coordinator to make a schedule and an outline of things they wish to learn during their semester. If you have any questions or concerns, please email Volunteer Coordinator Sydney Stein.
SAFE Project interns develop skills in advocacy, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking work. During the course of their internship, interns will practice these skills but also develop a personalized project.