Internship Program

To be considered for our internship program, you must be enrolled in college courses in a related field of study such as social work, criminal justice, or psychology.
Here are our current intern opportunities available: 

-Observe forensic interviews of children
-Attend information sessions with Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners which will explain the purpose and process of exams.
-Observe criminal court cases in both Randall and Potter counties
-Observe Case staffing, a meeting held weekly in which professionals involved with a case come together to share information
-Tour partner agencies
-Observe and assist with community education programs
-Work closely with representatives of partner agencies
-Work with families by completing Crime Victim's Compensation applications and assist with community resource referrals.
-Travel with a forensic interviewer and work out of satellite offices in Pampa, Hereford, Dumas, & Clarendon
-Attend professional trainings hosted by The Bridge


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