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Internship Opportunity – Restorative Justice – PAID

March 19, 2019

Restorative Justice INTERNSHIP

Where: Office of Restorative Justice, California Catholic Conference; Sacramento, CA

What: 16 hours/week for 24 weeks at $14/ hour –flexible schedule

When: Fall ‘19 – Spring ‘20 school year.

PLUS: Mandatory all expenses paid orientation training with our National CCHD Office in Washington D.C. from May 29th – 31st 2019.

Intern will work under the direction of the Director for Restorative Justice. We are looking for a Catholic who has leadership abilities, community service experience, and effective writing/communication skills. This position is responsible for continuing to build our restorative justice network, actively building relationships with diocesan offices and Restorative Justice Community. Assist with reporting for our national strategic Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) grant. Intern will also be responsible for active & creative posting to Facebook and Twitter for the restorative justice projects.

For consideration, please complete the attached application form and send it along with your resume to Debbie McDermott at


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Students are increasingly turning to online educational opportunities to pursue degrees in a flexible and affordable manner. has researched on-line programs in various fields.  Here is a link to information on Master;s programs in Legal studies:

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Last fall UC Irvine initiated a new program – a Master’s of Legal and Forensic Psychology.  This program falls at the intersection of psychology and legal issues.  For more information, go to the website at

Palo Alto University: Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Program

The purpose of the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program is to train students as competent researchers and clinicians.  Students are taught to be science minded while appreciating the larger role of psychology in alleviating suffering in the world. This balance includes learning to value evidence-based clinical models while maintaining the responsibilities psychologists have to their community, society, and profession. An outstanding faculty of clinicians and researchers provides rigorous classroom instruction, clinical supervision, and research mentoring to help students find the right balance for them. Working within a training model best described as “practitioner-scientist,” students systematically move through five years of coursework and practica to acquire Ph.D.-level competence and capability in areas of psychological theory, research, and practice. The Ph.D. Clinical Psychology program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).

Forensic Emphasis

Forensic Psychology is the application of the science and profession of psychology to issues relating to law and the legal system. The clinical application of psychology to the legal system requires broad and general training in clinical psychology, with specific forensic training in addition to that clinical training.

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