Mary’s Place offers unpaid, competitive internship opportunities for students pursuing degrees in Social Work, Education, Anthropology, Sociology, Public Health, and other disciplines.
Students will report directly to the Director of Mary’s Place and work closely with staff and other volunteers in running the Center’s programs for refugee clients. Interns are asked to commit a minimum of 2 days per week. Depending upon institution, students pursuing internship credit are typically required to work 125 hours and to fulfill tasks as assigned by their faculty supervisor such as a field journal and final report. We are currently looking for interns to help Mary’s Place in the following areas: