Corrections Transitions Coordinator - Togo
The intern will gain a general understanding of the functioning and operation of a correctional facility, with particular focus on security needs and special issues of incarcerated men. Interns will have the opportunity to work with male offenders both individually and in a group setting on issues pertaining to the offender's re-entry into the community. Interns will also work closely with community agencies, such as half-way houses and treatment centers to obtain current information for offenders' release plan. Opportunities exist for interns to design seminars with offenders and work with offenders on employment preparation, family reunification, higher education options, and beneficial programs available to offenders.
Interns will be supervised by the Corrections Transition Program Coordinator.
Interns should be upper-level undergraduate students (generally seniors) or upper-level undergraduate students in corrections, social work or a related field at an accredited college or university which offers course credit for internships. All interns must clear a security check.
Length of Internship
Negotiable and flexible/12 weeks and minimum of 24 hours per week is desired.
Application deadline date:
February 15 for Summer session
July 1for Fall session
October 15 for Winter/Spring session
Applications received by priority deadlines will be given first consideration. All other application will be considered based on position availability.
Applications will be accepted after these dates.
This internship is unpaid.