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The Bridge to Hope, a non-profit advocacy organization, is seeking a 10-20+ hr/wk Program Intern. Please visit the other pages on our website for more information about our organization.


This position provides a student with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in nonprofit operations, shelter and crisis intervention with potential opportunities for special projects depending on the applicant’s skills.


Interns will work part-to full-time in various aspects of a crisis center and shelter. S/he will assist outreach and shelter clients reach personal goals, office required tasks, outreach and public awareness opportunities, fundraising, and other duties as assigned. The Bridge to Hope strives to facilitate an internship experience that will bring a mutually satisfying experience to both the intern and the organization. After the initial training period, we can work together on specific goals or educational pursuits for the intern.

A good candidate has/is:

  • Major/minor in related human services field, including but not limited to: Human Development and Family Studies, Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation, Social Work and also Education and Marketing.

  • Good communication skills

  • An independent worker

  • Self-initiative

  • Integrity

  • Reliable

  • Ability to work with men, women and children of various backgrounds and status’

  • Creativity

  • Competent with Microsoft Word, Publisher, Excel, and the internet in general

  • Good public speaking skills

Internship Placements have been filled for the Summer 2024 Semester!  

To Apply:

Fall internship: September – December

            Applications are due by June 30th

Spring Internship: January (3rd week) – May (2nd week)

            Applications are due by October 31st

Summer Internship: May (3rd week) – August

            Applications are due by February 28th

Application Process:

Please email your application to with the semester applying for in the subject line. 





**Due to the sensitive nature of the work we do, all volunteers and interns must consent to have a full background check performed before beginning their work with us.

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The Bridge to Hope relies on our volunteers and interns for helping us around our building and with our clients. 

Our shelter and services can give people background information and experience working with victims of abuse and going through difficult situations. If you are interested in volunteering with us or doing your internship with us, click on which tab interests you and learn more about how you can help us out! 

If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out the application above and send it to

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