The DCRCC Internship Program is a leadership development program focused on cultivating future leaders to power a culture of consent. Based primarily out of Light House Headquarters Office, although some positions have been approved to work remotely, the internship a program is integrated into all of our departments to offer interns access to a variety of opportunities.
Do I have to be in school to apply?
Depending on the opportunity, preference may be given to students and those seeking an intern or fellow opportunity for school or organizational credit. However, ultimately we are looking for the right person for the job and welcome applicants from various ages and stages of life.
How many hours will I be expected to work?
Most interns and fellows are expected to work between 15 and 30 hours a week for the duration of their time of service. However, this may be flexible dependant on the specific position.
Where will I work?
Interns and fellows will be expected to participate in training, supervision, events and work within our offices at the Lighthouse Center for Healing (5321 First Pl. NE, Washington DC 20011). However, some positions are approved to work semi-remotely and off-site. Please see specific position descriptions for details.
What support can I expect from DCRCC?
Do I need a police clearance?
All interns are expected to complete and submit a police clearance which can be done at the Henry J. Daly Building, MPDC Headquarters (300 Indiana Avenue, NW Rm 1075, Washington DC 20001). The cost for a police clearance is $7.
What if I’m not 18?
There are currently limited opportunities for individuals who aren’t yet 18 years old, and require guardian permission. Please inquire about current opportunities by emailing email@example.com.
Interested in joining our team as an Intern?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be funneled to the appropriate staff person.
There are three types of internship opportunities available, each with unique criteria for eligibility.