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CORRAL is a non-profit organization that acts as an intervention program for at-risk, adolescent girls in the Triangle Area. Our participants may be “at-risk” due to trauma, neglect, abuse, socioeconomic status, or, more frequently, a combination of these situations. We use a holistic approach including Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, tutoring, mentoring, and vocational training. Our goal is to teach participants how to be in healthy and whole relationships, knowing that this will lead to further transformational healing. The work we do can be hard at times, but the reward of seeing the lives of young women change for the better is what makes it all worth it.

Full-time Positions

We have no full-time job openings at this time.



CORRAL Internships

At CORRAL, we don’t just give our interns leftover projects. Your time with us will be filled with opportunities to produce meaningful and impactful work. Our interns are exposed to a variety of aspects of running a non-profit and are given organizational ownership over their projects. We value growth as a team and as individuals, so interns will have bi-weekly performance feedback check-ins with their manager.

We are looking for passionate, motivated applicants who are at least university juniors or seniors enrolled in a B.S. or B.A. degree program related to the position. The non-profit life can get hectic at times, so we need detail-oriented self-starters that aren’t afraid to ask questions and think in innovative ways. As a CORRAL intern, you have strong verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking and interpersonal communications. You are willing to resolve conflict and make big decisions. Although we do serious work at the farm, we don’t always take ourselves so seriously. You’ll thrive in our fun, collaborative environment that’s filled with supportive people (plus their dogs). While our staff loves to work together and so do you, you also possess the ability to work independently with self-direction.


What Our Interns Have to Say

“My time at CORRAL instilled a passion within me to help children in at risk situations. Through building relationships with the girls, I have been more confident than ever to continue pursuing my degree in psychology. CORRAL provided a safe place to learn and grow, and took me COMPLETELY outside of my comfort zone. I’m extremely thankful for the staff who poured into my life, and the girls that have forever impacted me.” -Autumn, Programming Intern

“My favorite part of CORRAL was the enthusiasm each employee had for the mission of CORRAL. It is always fun to learn from people who are genuinely excited about what they do. The great work that these individuals do is often complicated and, on occasion, quite frustrating. However, each day was a new day and they showed up to work with fresh ideas and a smile. It was really inspiring.” –Jennifer, Business Intern

“I have learned so, so much from being an intern at CORRAL. It has grown me as a person and taught me so much! I think my favorite part about working at CORRAL has been having a part in seeing the girl’s grow and succeed throughout the programming year. It has been so cool to build relationships with the girls and get to see them choose change for their lives…This program is truly changing their lives and it has been a privilege to be a small part of that change.” -Rachel, Programming Intern


Spring 2018 Internships

 

Communications Internship

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What you’ll do

Social Media

  • Manage CORRAL’s Instagram, Facebook & LinkedIn accounts – engage followers at least 3xs per week
  • Assist in gathering appropriate content for all accounts

Marketing & Communication

  • Contribute to the creation of email campaigns
  • Partner with Director of Marketing to run fundraising campaigns
  • Represent CORRAL at various events such as volunteer fairs, referral meetings, and fundraisers
  • Facilitate the on-time completion of projects within our Marketing Committee

Program Management

  • Assist as a tutor during programming
  • Attend staff team meetings
  • Collaborate with student interns on various projects

Internship Schedule

Communications interns typically work 20 hours a week, with flexibility within the Monday-Friday 9am-5pm office schedule.

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Programming Internship

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What you’ll do

  • Plan and execute activities both within and outside of programming for participants (ie: horse shows, extra activities, incentives)
  • Assist during programming either in the riding arena or as a tutor
  • Lead participant check-in
  • Perform various administrative tasks to ensure program effectiveness
  • Liaise between CORRAL & community partners
  • Collaborate with programming staff to create effective intervention plans for program participants

Desired/preferred qualifications

  • Experience working with high-risk youth
  • Relevant course experience (Psychology, Program Management, etc.)

Internship Schedule

Programming interns typically work Saturdays 8:30 AM- 5 PM, and work 10-15 additional hours between 11-7 Tuesday-Thursday and 10-4 on Fridays.

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Equine Internship

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What you’ll do

  • Manage herd health of 10 rescued horses
    • Coordinate training and grooming calendar
    • Assess and cares for medical needs, both routine and emergency
  • Assist Equine Director in field management
    • Ensure proper rotational grazing of horse herd
    • Administer and responds to soil samples
  • Oversee organization and management of barn including horse tack and supplies
    • Seek donations of needed items
    • Serve as liaison with horse community to best serve the needs of the horses and farm
  • Project management
    • Coordinate task list of Horse & Farm Volunteers and communicates farm needs to volunteers

Desired/preferred qualifications

  • Natural Horsemanship experience
  • Interest in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
  • Business related coursework

Internship schedule

Equine interns typically work 20-30 hours a week, with flexible hours available  between 11-7 Tuesday-Thursday, 11-5 on Fridays & 9-5 on Saturdays.

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APPLY NOW

To apply to a full-time position or internship with CORRAL, email your resume along with a short personal introduction to jobs@corralriding.org. Please include the position you are applying for in the email subject.


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