Victory Junction is now offering an intern position for the Equine program. This internship can provide a variety of experiences based on the prospective intern’s area(s) of interest. Internships are centered around the mission of Victory Junction and Vic’s Riders but may include a wide variety of opportunities.
Interns can learn about different areas of a nonprofits function from volunteer and nonprofit management to equine welfare, general horse care, horse training, horse selection, disability awareness, side walking and leading during lessons, lesson planning, and facility upkeep.
Interns may choose to be involved in multiple areas to get a well-rounded idea of how a therapeutic riding facility works, and how a large non-profit is run. Internships can be tailored so that the intern can meet his/her educational needs.
Interns would work around 30 hours per week. Housing can be provided if needed but it is not required to live on the facility.
For more information, please contact Kelsey Repsch, Barn Director. To apply please send cover letter and resume.