FAC Internship Program allows students from an accredited college pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree REQUIRING an internship to apply for the FAC's Fall and Spring internship. Students must be pursuing a degree in the social and behavioral science field or criminal justice field to qualify. Other degree program may be considered on an individual basis.
The FAC Internship Program is competitive in that approximately two applicants are selected as Victim Advocate Interns for the Fall and Spring semesters to complete a MINIMUM of 240 hours. Prospective applicants are encouraged to submit their resumes during the Summer time.
FAC Interns must complete a background check, have reliable transportation and must be willing to work during the hours of operation (Monday through Friday from 8 to 5 pm).
Please call the FAC's main phone number and ask to speak to the Victim Services Supervisor for more information.