Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center

SAPAC offers three distinct internship opportunities for graduate students. Each offers comprehensive training and onboarding, weekly supervision with field experts, unique skill-building, and on-the-grounds experience. For more information, contact Anne Huhman at annekh@umich.edu. Learn more about other SAPAC Graduate Student Postions here

 

Prevention Education & Student Engagement Internship:

The student in this internship provides support to SAPAC’s Program Manager for Student Engagement through:

  • Prevention education initiatives

  • Student volunteer engagement, advising, and leadership development

  • Training curriculum development and implementation

  • Community outreach efforts such as workshops, tabling, and support at events

  • Support, information, and advocacy for those at U-M who have experienced sexual violence in person and via our 24-hour crisis line

 

Survivor Support & Advocacy Internship:

The student in this internship works directly with a Case Manager/Advocate to provide:

  • Support, crisis counseling, comprehensive case management, and advocacy for those at U-M who have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, intimate partner violence, and other forms of sexual misconduct. 

  • Crisis counseling, information, referrals, and support to U-M community.

  • Support, information, and advocacy for those at U-M who have experienced sexual violence in person and via our 24-hour crisis line

  • Community outreach efforts such as workshops, tabling, and support at events 

 

Community Engagement & Training Internship:

The student in this internship provides support for SAPAC’s Program Manager for Community Outreach & Systems Advocacy by:

  • Providing assistance to campus and Ann Arbor community engagement efforts

  • Nourishing community collaborations through partnerships and trainings for students, faculty, staff and others affiliated with the University

  • Engaging faculty and staff on culture shift efforts within academic departments

  • Engaging in community outreach efforts such as workshops, tabling, and support at events. 

  • Support, information, and advocacy for those at U-M who have experienced sexual violence via our 24-hour crisis line