There are many advantages of being an intern at The Center for Alcohol and Drug Resources. In addition to gaining valuable work experience, interns leave The Center with greater knowledge of alcohol and drug prevention, social work and the knowledge of being part of a larger organization. Interns at The Center are vital and are put to work on projects with significance as well as to learn and present the various programs provided by The Center. In order to become an intern at The Center you must be an upper-level undergraduate or graduate student. All internships at The Center are unpaid. It is our goal to provide interesting and rewarding internships designed around specific programs. For more information please contact Eileen Fitzmaurice 201.740.7150 or