The Full Frame Initiative has an exciting project documenting how different stakeholder groups (policy makers, funders, practitioners and survivors) understand success for domestic violence survivors.
This project is one of a kind! Instead of focusing on programs and services, we are unearthing groundbreaking information about how these different groups frame success more broadly, in the context of survivor’s whole lives. We capture this information primarily through appreciative inquiry workshops. Collecting this data will allow for an analysis of where the current system could be improved in order to better address survivors’ needs.
We are seeking a smart, dynamic intern to support this project. Primary responsibilities include transcribing workshop tapes, writing up workshop notes, and compiling workshop materials. Interest in domestic violence, public policy and systems reform a plus.
In addition to the opportunities outlined above, more positions are in the works for the fall semester. More information about FFI and our internship programs can be found here.
Please send your resume and a letter, telling us a little bit about yourself and why you are interested in an internship with FFI, electronically.
You may email: firstname.lastname@example.org with documents as attachments (Word or pdf). Please put “INTERNSHIP” as your subject line. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.