Interns are vital part of our team and are put to work on projects with significance while learning about prevention and recovery. 


It is our goal to provide a rewarding internships designed around specific programs.In addition to gaining valuable work experience, interns leave The Center with greater knowledge of alcohol and drug prevention, evidence-based programs, and how social service organizations work.

Our internships are geared towards:
- Public Health (CHES)
- Family and Child Studies

For more information please contact Chanel Dupree at 201.740.7069 or

*All internships at The Center are unpaid.