Missing Children Internships
Summer internships are available, as well as Spring and Fall. Internships are unpaid; interns receive hands-on work experience while earning hours needed to receive credit from their college or university. Students may apply for more than one internship in the same quarter.
Interns will attend trainings, seminars, and in-service presentations to gain a broader knowledge of how a nonprofit works and the impact it has on communities. Positions are offered in Case Analysis, Case Assistant, Forensic Services, Research, and Family Advocacy.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to help find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization. The organization was founded in 1984, and has offices in Florida, New York, Texas and California. They provide education and case management services on missing and exploited children.
The location VARIES.