Internship Opportunities


Deadline to apply for Fall 2023 is July 1st, 2023

Thrift Store-Open for Fall 2023 or rolling

Project Safe is currently recruiting for a Thrift Store Intern. Preference is given to applicants who can commit to at least 15 hours a week and those who can commit to more than one semester. This intern will work closely with the store manager, staff, and volunteers in improving the productivity and profit of the store and would be ideal for students studying business or marketing/advertisement.

Direct Services– Limited spots left for Fall 2023

Preference is typically given to applicants who can commit to 20-25  hours a week. This internship is ideal for students or graduates looking for hands-on experience in the social work, child and family development, or criminal justice field.

Digital Media– Open for Fall 2023

Project Safe seeks a Digital Marketing Intern to work with the Community Involvement and Volunteer Coordinator on anything from designing social media campaigns to crafting public relations content. This is an excellent opportunity for a marketing or communications major who has knowledge of social media trends, can work independently, and has strong communication skills.

Fatality Review–  Open for Fall 2023

Project Safe is seeking an intern interested in the issue of domestic violence from a community-wide perspective in Athens. This intern will work closely with Project Safe’s Fatality Review Coordinator to examine closed domestic violence fatality cases and implement recommendations for change to prevent future fatalities. This internship can be done in conjunction with the Project Safe Direct Services Internship. 

Administrative– Open for Fall 2023

Project Safe is seeking an administrative intern who is looking to work with an experienced Executive Director on anything from energetic fundraising to public relationship to complex and intricate grant proposals. 

Breaking Silence– Open for Fall 2023

Project Safe is seeking an intern interested in presenting vital information on the dynamics of dating violence to teens and young adults. This internship is ideal for health promotions, child & family development, education, women’s studies, psychology, sociology, or public health students.


Please review the job descriptions and reach out with any questions. If you would like to apply for an internship, please send a resume and cover letter, along with the contact information for two professional/academic references to Mary Haddon at