Auraria Clinical Internship
MSW clinical interns gain a variety of skills and experiences in direct victim services for students, staff, and faculty experiencing and/or impacted by interpersonal violence (relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking).
They are trained to provide advocacy both in-person and via our 24/7 helpline. This includes providing trauma-informed emotional support, court and police reporting accompaniment, extensive resource coordination, and safety planning. We are looking for flexible and committed individuals who are dedicated to the cause.
Interns will be provided with in-depth and ongoing training in dynamics of victimization and will gain experience in providing direct service advocacy to our large campus community. In addition to becoming a Colorado certified Victim’s Advocate, Interns gain valuable experience in case management, crisis intervention, and collaborating with multiple systems/organizations.
Auraria Violence Prevention Education Internship
Prevention Education Interns will be trained to provide consistent, thorough information about relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking, and related topics to the Auraria | Anschutz campus community. They will be involved in the design of prevention and education programs and their implementation.
Prevention Education Interns will actively engage in campus awareness activities, classroom presentations, orientations, and educational presentations to various campus groups. Prevention Education Interns must be self-starters and able to fulfill their hours with little direction.
We are looking for flexible and committed individuals who are dedicated to the cause. Prevention Education Interns will develop presentation, facilitation, and leadership skills through participation in this opportunity. We serve the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz, the Community College of Denver and Metropolitan State University of Denver.
This position does not provide crisis response and/or victim advocacy.
Anschutz MPH Violence Prevention and Advocacy Internship
The Phoenix Center at Anschutz opened its doors in August of 2017 and serves as the sole free and confidential interpersonal violence resource center for the Anschutz community. PC-Anschutz serves students, faculty, and staff associated with CU Anschutz in the capacities of educator, advocate, emotional support, and information and referral service.
The Phoenix Center at Anschutz is overseen by the Director of the Phoenix Center at Auraria | Anschutz, Megan Alpert. SPH Practicum Intern will be supervised by the PC-Anschutz Victim Services Coordinator, Kalyn Stroik. The SPH Practicum Intern will be responsible for conducting a needs assessment for the CU Anschutz community to assist in identifying a viable and appropriate pathway for Phoenix Center at Anschutz services.
As a new and growing program, PC-Anschutz has the opportunity to truly shape its future direction and scope and we are excited to work with an intern whose passion is community program evaluation and development.
For additional information, please click HERE to view the job description and HERE for an application. Please send completed applications, along with resume/CV and cover letter, to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop them off in person at our office: Education 2 North Room 5232