In addition to providing help for abused women, children, men, and nonbinary people, HAWC offers many valuable internships to high school and college-aged community members interested in gaining professional experience in advocacy work. At HAWC, interns learn about domestic violence and social justice while receiving real-world experience at a fast-paced nonprofit.
In addition to a 16-hour per week commitment, HAWC looks for interns who dedicate themselves to the following core values:
- Excellence: Perform quality work and collaborate with other HAWC members to advance HAWC’s mission of healing abuse and working for change.
- Communication: Maintain open and honest communication with other HAWC members by practicing active listening and responding to criticism with promptness and professionalism.
- Climate: Uphold a positive, curative environment by respecting and celebrating diversity, growth, hard work, and fun with the entire HAWC team.
We are currently accepting applications for the following positions.
- Gloucester Intern
- Legal Intern
- Lynn Intern
- Outreach Intern
- Salem Intern
- Development Intern
- Operations Intern
If you are interested in joing HAWC’s team as an intern, please complete this application and email it, along with your resume, to email@example.com with the subject “HAWC Internship.”
As an affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer, HAWC does not discriminate on the basic of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or veteran status, gender or gender expression, or sexual orientation.