Sojourner House welcomes intern applicants who have an interest in and compassion for domestic and sexual violence issues and survivors.
Our internship program is an educational experience for undergraduate and graduate students as well as individuals interested in building professional skills around domestic and sexual violence advocacy, safe house/shelter management, education & youth development, event planning, marketing, and more!
Sojourner House is a place where interns are encouraged to utilize existing their knowledge and talents, while increasing their understanding about domestic and sexual violence, and developing the professional skills necessary to build their careers.
Please note: Sojourner House does not offer opportunities for paid internships, however, if you are a student eligible for work-study program funding, we are happy to work with you to securing an off-site placement with us.
Applicants who can commit to two (2) semesters (one full calendar year) receive priority.
To apply for an internship at Sojourner House, please follow the guidelines included in the role descriptions below.