Internship Opportunities

NCCADV is accepting internship applications for the following programs listed below:

Survivor-Wellbeing, Economic Justice and Healthcare Program

Accepting Applications for Fall 2022 Only

Requirements: We are looking for someone with an interest and/or experience in project management, healing justice, and advocacy, and who is committed to applying critical frameworks to the work to end gender-based violence.

We strongly encourage BIPOC, Queer, Trans, and GNC folks to apply, as well as survivors of gender-based violence.

To apply, please visit this link.

Campus Services Program

Accepting Applications for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 Only

Requirements: Domestic Violence knowledge required, Remote work with 1-2 in person meetings, preferred knowledge of Title IX, preferred knowledge of pop culture trends, experience with social media

To apply, please visit this link.

Teen Services Program

Accepting Applications for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 Only

Requirements: Domestic Violence knowledge required, experience working with teens and/or understanding of teen development, able to connect theories and think criticially to implement programs

To apply, please visit this link.

With our staff engaged in statewide projects throughout our four branches of service (Training, Technical Assistance, Public Policy and Programs), staff members will seek interns to become engaged in our work to end domestic violence throughout multiple times of the year.

The student intern will work under the supervision of a staff member who meets the educational and work-related qualifications required by the student’s college or university. For students who wish to become an intern without specific academic requirements, we welcome the student to submit an application as well.

Intern positions are usually based out of NCCADV office on 3710 University Drive, Suite 140 in Durham, NC; however, some tasks may require traveling off-site to other locations. A student intern will be provided with working space as needed as determined by the supervising staff member. There is potential for internship opportunities to be completed offsite if the applicant is not local to the Durham area. This is contingent upon the agency’s internship needs at the time of application submission.

The student intern is expected to follow the guidelines NCCADV’s policy and procedure manual outlines, and is expected to participate in an orientation process facilitated by the agency and supervising staff member. Further tasks will be defined by the student and supervisor.