Internships and Practicums

SARC offers internship and practicum opportunities year-round in the Education and Outreach Department or in Non-Profit Management spanning across three different departments. If you are interested in an opportunity for your own professional development or for a school class, please take the time to read below about the two different options. Consider which one might be a good fit for you and/or your class requirements and contact us as early as possible to initiate the process!

As an intern, you will work with a supervising staff member to establish your hours, your project to be completed at the end of the internship or practicum (either chosen by you or your class/practicum's requirements), duties and responsibilities as well as your training requirements. SARC will provide all training necessary. 
 
Education and Outreach Department Internship
Education and Outreach Specialists at SARC outreach local communities, agencies, businesses, schools, etc in all 7 counties of the Brazos Valley. They provide recurring curriculums, one time special topics, or any requested topic aimed at preventing future interpersonal or sexual violence or raising awareness. Interns will present with Education and Outreach Specialists as well as help build curriculum, provide intervention if outcries are made during presentations and other office duties.
Required Training: SARC volunteer advocate training in order to provide crisis intervention as necessary and on the job EO training.

Non-Profit Management Internship
The Non-Profit Management Internship at SARC will be a hands on experience of how a non-profit functions. This internship allows you to learn what goes on behind the scenes with the administrative side of a non-profit. Interns will gain experience in three different departments including volunteer management, direct client services coordination, and grant management as well as help out with other office duties.
Required Training: SARC volunteer advocate training in order to answer the 24/7 hotline, provide crisis intervention via phone or in person, go on medical, legal or law enforcement accompaniments.

Interested parties are encouraged to contact us at 979-731-1000 or reachingout@sarcbv.org 



        


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