The Project 41 internship program exists to equip students and young professionals to become modern day abolitionists with the passion, skill, and experience to lead the anti trafficking movement. We desire to create opportunities for college students and young professionals to respond to the local sex trafficking crisis by offering their time and knowledge to strengthen anti- trafficking efforts in a Christ-centered environment.
Qualification and Selection
- The applicant shall be a part or full-time undergraduate or graduate student having completed, at minimum, his/her first year of school. Students may be eligible to receive school credit for their internship hours. Degreed professionals will also be considered based on experience and references.
- The applicant must be in good academic standing at the institution at which they are conducting their primary studies.
- The applicant shall submit documentation of their degree program and professional & community involvements in the form of a resume.
- The applicant shall submit a one page essay on the topic: Why I desire to intern at Project 41 in addition to filling out a completed application.
Business and Marketing Intern
The business intern will be working to help implement business strategies designed to expand the brand and business of Project 41. Major emphasis will be placed on fundraising, social media as well as the day-to-day operations of a non-profit organization.
The Transformation Intern will need to commit to three-six months to the transform division of Project 41. Duties may include client intake, scheduling and taking clients to appointments, aiding clients with various life skills, creating case plans, communicating with community partners, goal setting, outreaches and managing department emails.
*All internships at Project 41 are non-paid and the student must be able to cover all living expenses required during the allotted time.