Community Resource Internships

Community Resource Internships

Interns will have opportunities to work directly with families, as well as to assist the professionals who investigate and manage cases of alleged abuse and neglect.

Interns will gain experience in areas such as:

  • Conducting needs assessments
  • Conducting home visits
  • Supervising court-ordered parent/child visits
  • Observing civil and criminal trials

Requirements for Becoming a Community Resource Intern:

  • Must be willing to work for a minimum of 16 hours per week for 16 weeks
  • Must participate in a 3-day orientation prior to beginning their internship
  • Must pass a criminal background check
  • Must be available for a 1 hour weekly supervision and a 1 hour of individual supervision per week

If interested, please email your resume and cover letter to Stacy Wendling at

A Word from our Interns:

“I loved doing casework and interacting with my clients. Most importantly making a difference in the lives of our clients.”
- Community Resource Intern

“This is one of the most informative experiences I’ve ever had. It was by far the most valuable experience of my college career."
- Community Resource Intern

“I loved how all of the interns become a little family and rely on each other for resources and an ear to listen if you are having a bad day”.
- Community Resource Intern

“The overall experience was great! You get what you put in and the clients rely on you.”
- Community Resource Intern

CACCC Community Resource Services:

  • 2,307 clients received more than 6,000 community resources last year
  • This includes, 48 interns providing over 10,254 hours of community resource services