Internship Pathway Through Not Alone @ the Beach

Not Alone @ the Beach (NATB) is a campus/community partnership that provides comprehensive support services to survivors of sexual assault, and gender violence prevention education to the CSULB campus community. This year we have partnered with the Long Beach Trauma and Recovery Center (LBTRC), Su Casa, and WomenShelter of Long Beach to provide internship opportunities to CSULB students who are passionate about supporting survivors and gaining experience in the advocacy world. If you are interested in applying to any of these internship opportunities please email our graduate assistant Julia MacLaren (

Internship at Long Beach Trauma and Recovery Center (LBTRC) 

We are actively recruiting undergraduate students for an internship position to work with the Long Beach Trauma and Recovery Center. The mission of LBTRC to create a better quality of life by bringing mental health care, advocacy, outreach, education, and evidence-based services to diverse victims of trauma and their families. Students who are passionate about helping others and who are looking to pursue a career in trauma-informed service provision are strongly encouraged to apply. Responsibilities include data entry, front desk reception, research, and other administrative and support tasks. Students will work with the LBTRC internship coordinator and faculty advisor as well as the LBTRC onsite management team. Please contact Arturo Covarrubias ( with your resume and ask for the volunteer application.

Internship at Su Casa~ Ending Domestic Violence 

We are actively recruiting undergraduate students an internship at SuCasa—Ending Domestic Violence, a non-profit community-based organization. For 40 years, the mission of Su Casa is Our Mission is to empower individuals and families to live free from domestic abuse, and to build partnerships with communities that help to to end domestic violence. We are looking for dedicated students interested in expanding their knowledge of and professional skills in supporting the mission of Su Casa. Students will work with a faculty advisor as well as an onsite advisor at Su Casa. Responsibilities can include: a wide range of administrative responsibilities; helping with customer service; assisting with donation organization; including intake; safety planning; assisting with crisis management; follow-up with clients; and case management. A year-long commitment is encouraged but not required. Forty hours of training and a live scan background check are required. Please log-in to the Su Casa Website ( ), complete the volunteer/intern form, and submit a cover letter.

Internships at WomenShelter of Long Beach 

We are actively recruiting students for an internship opportunity with the WomenShelter of Long Beach. We are looking to fill internship positions in the Youth Services Department, the Adult Services Department, and the Outreach Department.  Please email Julia MacLaren ( for opportunities in each division and flyers for this internship.  Students who want to provide service to others, enjoy working with a diverse group of people, and who wish to develop professional skills in domestic violence prevention and survivor advocacy are encouraged to apply. Responsibilities will vary depending on department type. A year-long commitment is required as well as a 40-hour domestic violence training; apply immediately. Please contact Angela Kim ( to learn more about volunteering options and availabilities.