Internships available for:
- Child Youth
- Women's Advocacy
- Criminal Justice Intervention
Q: What internship positions are available?
We currently have 3 positions available. A Women’s advocate intern is open to women. Our Child/Youth Advocate Interns are open to women and men. Our Criminal Justice Intervention Advocate is open to women.
Q: How many hours a week are needed for your internships?
Anna Marie’s Alliance only considers applications for full-time internships. 150 hours or 20 hours per week is the minimum. 450 hours or 30 hours per week is preferred.
Q: What are the deadlines to apply for an internship?
Fall semester – deadline is April 1
Spring semester – deadline is November 15
Summer semester – deadline is March 15
Candidates will be contacted immediately AFTER the deadline to schedule an interview.
Q: Does Anna Marie’s require interns to go through a background check?
Absolutely. To maintain the safety and security of our residents, staff, volunteers and interns, a criminal background check is required. Anna Marie’s Alliance provides this at no charge to you!
Q: Is there a dress code?
Yes, however it can depend on the area you will be in. If you will be a Women’s advocate intern or Criminal Justice Intervention advocate intern, business casual attire is expected. If you will be a Child/Youth advocate intern, casual clothing is suitable.
Q: Are there evening and/or weekend shifts available during an internship?
For Criminal Justice Intervention advocate interns – No.
For Child/Youth advocate interns – evenings, yes – weekends, no.
For Women’s advocate interns, there are both evening and weekend shifts available.
Q: Will I be safe working at the shelter?
Safety and security are top priorities at Anna Marie’s Emergency Shelter! We have security cameras, an extensive alarm system, secured entrances, as well as fully trained staff.
Q: What is the process to become an intern at Anna Marie’s Alliance?
First thing to do is to fill out an internship application. Submit the completed application along with a copy of your current resume, a list of references (including at least one work reference; do not include relatives), and at least two goals or objectives for the internship. You may submit these items electronically to KimS@annamaries.org or mail them to PO Box 367, St. Cloud, MN 56302. After the deadline and review, an interview is scheduled where you may need to complete various forms (background check, confidentiality, motor vehicle insurance information, etc). You will then be required to complete our on-line agency orientation. After completing these steps, you are on your way to a rewarding experience working with our women and children!
Q: I have a question that wasn’t answered here. Who should I contact?
Please contact Kim Salitros, Coordinator of Volunteer Services at 320-251-7203 x 210, or via email at KimS@annamaries.org
How to apply for an internship
Print the Internship Application and mail to:
Anna Marie's Alliance
Manager of Volunteer Services
P.O. Box 367,
St. Cloud, MN 56302-0367
If you have questions, please call the Manager of Volunteer Services at 320-251-7203 x 210..
Completed applications will also require:
- a current resume
- at least two goals and objectives for the internship.
Students complete on-line training prior to the beginning of the internship. If this is not possible, the student will complete this training some time during the internship. Guided on-the-job training will be provided for all interns.
Performance evaluation will be according to intern's course requirements and the goal plan developed with the Coordinator of Volunteer Services and the Program Supervisor.