Interns play an integral role in carrying out the work of The Conflict Center through a wide range of direct and indirect service assignments. Interns carry out tasks in all program areas, administration, community outreach and fund development. Interns from high schools, undergraduate and graduate programs all play a role in helping The Conflict Center provide services at the group, classroom, organizational and community levels. An internship at The Conflict Center can guide your career path and glean clarity on the type of work you want to pursue. Internships are a collaborative effort, tailored to meet each intern’s needs and areas of interest while responding to current organizational needs.
Interns will have the option of learning about and actively participating in a variety of program areas at The Conflict Center including Addressing Conflict and Anger for adults and youth, Restorative Practices Program, Reading for Peace, Social Norming and Hot Spot Mapping. Additional assignments are also available in the areas of outreach, evaluation, fund development, grant writing, event planning, volunteer coordination, communication and marketing.