Women/Children/Families Internships

The following are a list of possible internships in organizations that work with women, children, and families. If there is a place you are interested in that is not listed, please consult Dr. Kyle Anne Nelson for approval:

A Woman’s Place

Provides services specifically geared toward victims/survivors of domestic violence, including emergency shelter, a 24-hour crisis line, individual domestic violence counseling, case management, education, support groups, legal advocacy and a children’s program.

A Woman's Place flyer put together by one of our interns.


Contact: Darci Darling

Email: darci@awpdv.org

Phone: 970-351-0476

Fax: 970-351-6686

Address: P O Box 71, Greeley, CO 80632

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A Kid’s Place

Assessment center for child victims of severe physical and sexual abuse to be interviewed.  Also operates CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates),  providing volunteers to work on behalf of abused and neglected children in court.


Contact: Chris Sarlo-Bergmann

Email: cbergmann@akidsplace.org

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American Red Cross - Northern Colorado

Family service case work.


Phone: 970-226-5728 x 229

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Boys and Girls Clubs of Weld County


Contact: Emily Stanfill, Director of Operations

Phone: 970-353-1278

Contact Fax: 970-353-1279  

Contact Email: volunteer@bgcweld.org

Contact address: P O Box 812, Greeley, CO 80632

Administration Office: 2400 1st Ave, Greeley, CO 80631

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Child Advocacy Resource and Education  (C.A.R.E.)

Offers community education and intervention regarding parenting issues and child abuse prevention to individuals, groups, or families.

Contact: Annie Goodrick
Phone: 970-356-6751

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City of Greeley Youth Enrichment

Flyer put together by a student intern.

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Denver Rescue Mission


Flyer put together by a student intern.

Contact: Christina Moos
Phone: 303-953-3951

Email: cmoos@denrescue.org

Fax:  303-953-3957

Address: The Crossing, DRM, 6090 E Smith Rd, Denver, CO 80216

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Food Bank, Weld

Contact: Nicole Hurt
Phone: 970-356-2199 ext 302 


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Girl Scouts, Mountain Prairie Council

Contact: Ruth Ann Thompson or Tanya Trujillo-Martinez
Phone: 970-397-6447 and 970-231-0575

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The Jacob Center

Foster care, services for teens in trouble, foster family services, home detention, case management, alternative sentencing program. Youth and family service agency.

Contact: Joel D. Painter

Phone: 970-352-2852; 970-484-8427

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Joyful Journeys Community Enrichment

Building positive community bonds, positive relationship building with adults, and successful achievement through study time, craft building, game playing, community service and positive leisure activities at little or no cost to individuals.


Contact: Tasha VanMarter (a Sociology Graduate from UNC!!!)

Email: tasha.vanmarter@yahoo.com

Phone: 303-667-9695

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Juvenile Assessment Center (J.A.C.), Weld County


Contact: Michael Guthrie


Phone:  970-351-5460 

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Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountain

Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains is a faith based, non-profit human service agency helping children and families during their most challenging times. We have been committed to serving all people, regardless of race, religion, gender or age since 1948. Past internships offered are Supervised Visitation Program and Children's Programs.


Contact: Tammy Fisher, Coordinator


Phone: 970-356-6751 ext 8871

Fax: 970-506-2726

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Northern Colorado Upward Bound

Flyer put together by a student intern.

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Reflections For Youth Inc.

Flyer put together by a student intern.

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Rocky Mountain Resource Center On Violent, Destructive, & Hate Groups

The Rocky Mountain Resource Center helps people and their families who have been in destructive groups such as cults, gangs, and hate groups.  One of our main goals at the Center is to educate the public about these destructive groups.


Contact:  Lisa Monroney 

Phone: 970-490-2032


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Turning Point

Services for adolescents having problems at home, in school, and with the law.


Phone: 970-221-0999; 970-221-0550 ext. 102 

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United Way of Weld County - Promises for Children

Volunteers visit parents of new infants and provide developmental information, community resources and ongoing support.


Contact: Emma Wood
Phone: 970-304-6198

Fax: 970-353-4738

Address: 814 9th St, Greeley, CO 80631


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Weld County Youth Alternatives

Phone: 970-351-0700

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Weld County Youth & Family Alternatives

Community-based service organization, provides coordinated multi-agency services for youth struggling with life issues, out of parent control or engaged in anti-social behaviors.


Contact: Michael Guthrie
Phone: 970-351-5460

Address: 2835 10th St, Greeley, CO 8631


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If you have an internship opportunity you would like to post here, please contact the Sociology Department at 970-351-2315 or sociology@unco.edu.


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