WCC is looking for interns who are interested to work on issues of violence against women and children, and gender equality. Our internship program is open to local and overseas students in colleges & universities. Whether you wish to intern as part of your training hours or to fill up those daunting credit hours, we will get you engage in a variety of work as much as possible.
At WCC, we make sure you are not only stuck in one part of our work areas but will experience a range of tasks. Our staff will ensure that you have something to do no matter what. It could be helping our advocacy team in the court and research on legal matters, assist in conducting workshops and talks to schools and communities, observe our counsellors in action, or creating powerpoint presentation.
Interested to intern? Applicants should state the duration of the internship (minimum one month) with your C.V. attached and your area of interest. During their period of internship, interns have to sponsor their own living cost and transportation.
Here is what our past interns got to say:
Yuen Soon interned with us from September to October 2014.
Erika Chao and Janice Yip interned with us between September to December 2014.
Rebecca Koay and Khor Boon Hui interned with us for about 2 months in mid 2015.
Choo Ai Naa, Lim Pei Yi and Chew Yann, students at Tunku Abdul Rahman University College interned with us for 3 months in early 2015.
Eleanor Kay, a law student at University of Adelaide interned with us in mid Dec 2014.
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