Clery Internship Application

The Clery intern provides support in promoting awareness of the impacts of power-based violence, skills to prevent it, promoting a culture of consent and healthy relationships, and increasing visibility of institutional resources like Columbia Health Sexual Violence Response and Barnard Well-Woman Health Promotion Program. The internship is a 1 year paid opportunity funded by Barnard alum Constance Clery (Barnard ’53) and her husband Howard Clery in the memory of their daughter Jeanne Clery.

Eligibility

To be eligible for the Clery Internship, you must be:

  1. A current Barnard students in good academic and judicial standing
  2. Able to commit 1 calendar year to the role
  3. Available to work, in-person up to 10 hours per week in the Fall and Spring semesters and up to 20 hours per week in the Summer 

Responsibilities

  • Conduct outreach education to the campus community
  • Coordinate educational workshops and events
  • Coordinate the Jeanne Clery Lecture Series every April as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month
  • Conduct independent research on prevention strategies and conversations relevant to the experiences of college students and power based violence
  • Assist with general office duties
Applicant Information
Application Questionnaire

Please answer each question in 100-200 words.