Our Direct Service internship program is comprehensive and designed to cover all aspects of interpersonal violence work including grant reporting and client interaction. Direct Service opportunities include:
Respond to calls and provide hospital accompaniment to rape survivors during the evenings, weekends, or holidays.
Accompany survivors of domestic violence as they proceed through the court system. Interns are most often utilized to assist with arraignment court, which occurs Monday through Saturday and runs 8:45 am to approximately Noon.
Volunteers who wish to answer calls and provide crisis intervention on our 24-Hour Crisis Line may do so anytime Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 am and 5 pm.
Prevention and Education
Work directly with our School and Community Educator to provide Teen Dating Violence Prevention Programs to local public and private middle and high schools! Comprehensive internship designed to cover all aspects of providing school-based primary prevention programs including curriculum development and implementation and outreach via social media.
All interns must complete a mandatory 40-hour training before beginning their volunteer experience with Women Helping Women. We are now accepting applications for our Spring 2017 training session.
Development Intern Opportunity – Hamilton County Office
WHW is looking for a Development Intern for Spring 2017! Are you interested in learning about non-profit development and fundraising AND being part of a dynamic group of people? If so, please contact:
Ellen Newman, Development Director