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Building Community Free From Sexual Violence
Advance your education and career through the myriad of opportunities offered at CHH. Individuals who are studying (and not limited to) sociology, psychology, public health, human services, economic development, business management, and criminology are invited to seek opportunities with CHH.
UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS 2017-2018
We offer yearlong internships, as well as single semester internships. Undergraduate students can work with our prevention teams, intervention team, or a healthy mix. We have hosted students from schools all over the country. Contact email@example.com with a resume and cover letter to apply for an internship.
GRADUATE INTERNSHIPS 2017-2018
We offer project-based internships based on your academic focus and our strategic goals. Students from any major interested in sexual assault intervention and prevention are invited to apply. Please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
COUNSELING INTERNSHIPS 2017-2018
We are excited to partner with area schools to host counseling and social work students. Contact email@example.com with your resume, cover letter, program and supervision requirements.
For questions about the HealingCorps Volunteer Program, please contact Amrith at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 978-452-7721
We are currently recruiting for the following positions. All volunteer positions are available for internship credit (see below for internship dates).
Education and Outreach Advocate
Finance and Non Profit Administration
Engaging Men and Boys Program Assistant
THE PRE-SERVICE TRAINING AND DATES
The Rape Crisis and Sexual Assault Counselor and Advocate training gives participants the knowledge and tools to work with survivors of sexual assault. It is a 40-hour training and covers topics like “Understanding Neurobiology and the Trauma of Sexual Assault,” “Medical Advocacy and Forensic Evidence Collection ,” “Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse,” “Providing Services to Survivors with Disabilities,” and “Social Justice, Sexual Violence, and Anti-Oppression." Upon successful completion of the training, individuals can begin working in direct service in counseling and advocacy.
SPRING 2018 TRAINING
March 12th-16th | Monday-Friday 9:30am-5:30pm
Our volunteer program is formally known as HealingCorps and is named to embody the healing work that CHH counselors and advocates provide. By definition, the HealingCorps Program is a signature experience that sets it apart from any other volunteer program. We have a great need for multilingual/multicultural applicants, individuals who are social justice oriented, and who come from all different backgrounds with diverse lived experience.
With the hands-on experience that volunteers and interns gain through HealingCorps, many have gone on to pursue roles as Residential Counselors, Policy Associates, Legal Assistants, and Program Coordinators, and many more.
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