Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence offers course credit internships during the Fall and Spring semesters and during the summer. We welcome undergraduate and graduate students interested in public policy, communications, advocacy, and research related to sexual violence.
An internship with The Alliance will provide a meaningful experience working with professional staff at one of the state’s leading non-profit organizations. Interns will work with staff to create a semester work plan with a focus in one of the following three areas: Public Policy and Research, Outreach and Advocacy, or Publications and Graphics.
Interns should have a willingness to learn, take initiative and be an active participant in community efforts. If you would like to intern with The Alliance, send us your resume with a cover letter discussing your interest, goals, and related experience. Please also provide any information pertaining to your college’s requirements for internships.
No phone calls, please. Emails should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants should familiarize themselves with our organization before reaching out.Email Us
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