BARCC offers internships for undergraduate and graduate students in Social Work, Counseling Psychology, Education, Public Health, Public Policy, Management, and Gender/Women's Studies. Summer internships and full academic-year (not semester-long) internships are available. In general, internships require working eight to 25 hours a week, depending on school requirements. Our interns work alongside BARCC staff in all programs, and all internships are unpaid.
Unless otherwise noted, all internships that include direct service work with survivors and/or communities require completion of rape crisis counselor training. BARCC's trainings are 40 hours long. Attendance at all sessions is mandatory and must be completed before an intern can begin working with clients or the public. Academic year interns complete training in late August; summer interns train in early June.
Interns in BARCC's Medical Advocacy and Hotline programs must attend bi-weekly peer supervision meetings, held on Tuesday evenings.
Undergraduate and graduate positions
Graduate-level clinical internship