Student Internship Program -

Offering Opportunities for Service and Growth



Overview of WRC Internship Program


  • The WRC accepts undergraduate and graduate-level students in many fields of study from local colleges and universities
  • All internships are unpaid and availability is dependent on the needs of the agency during a given semester.  WRC interns provide contributions vital to the work of the agency and are considered adjunct staff members.

Program areas for placement


Students interested in internship placements at the WRC are encouraged to explore our website to learn more about the programs and services offered by our agency. Program areas for placement include:

  • Grant research
  • Program planning and implementation
  • Community relations/Speaker's Bureau
  • Direct client support including program registration, follow-up surveys & resource and referral assistance
  • Community Resource Counseling (for interns who complete the 35-hour training program)
  • Data entry and analysis
  • Volunteer recruitment/support
  • Front desk/administrative support


To Apply for aninternship




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to download the  WRC Internship Program Application for an internship application or contact Chewan Moore, Director of Community Resources, at 336-275-6090 Chewan Apply early as placements are often filled several months before the semester begins. All applications are reviewed by WRC staff and interns are called for interviews if an appropriate placement is available




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Greensboro, NC 27405


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