Summer Short Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): May 11th – May 29th | 3 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: June 1st – June 19th | 3 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: June 22nd – July 10th | 3 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: July 13th – July 31st | 3 Units

Fall Semester Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): 4 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: 4 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: 4 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: 4 Units

Summer Short Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): May 11th – May 29th | 3 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: June 1st – June 19th | 3 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: June 22nd – July 10th | 3 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: July 13th – July 31st | 3 Units

Fall Semester Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): 4 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: 4 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: 4 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: 4 Units

GLOBAL STUDIES INTERNSHIP (GSI)

We equip future leaders with the skills, knowledge, and tools to implement effective and sustainable solutions to community strengthening, modern slavery, and child protection.

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EMBARK on a life-changing journey to transform communities around the world.

What is a Global Studies Internship?

Global Studies Internship is a unique program combining targeted studies & hands-on experience equipping future leaders with the skills, knowledge, and tools to implement effective and sustainable solutions to community strengthening, modern slavery, and child protection.

 

St James Research Centre offers a six month Global Studies Internship programme at our UK office in Scotland and an optional additional six months at  one of Global Family's international centres. This unique hybrid programme combines classes and practical hands-on experience emphasising social justice, identification & intervention of human trafficking, and strengthening of local community.

 

Autumn 2021

From June - November 2021, interns will work at our UK office in Falkirk, Scotland in one or more areas of nonprofit management, administration, fundraising, social media and marketing, programme and curriculum development, or programme evaluation.

 

Interns will also be able to choose one of six SJRC courses to take as part of the GSI programme.

 

 
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Spring 2022

During the fall Global Studies Internship programme, you may apply for an internship at one of Global Family's international locations. Your internship will consist of research, coordinating, and implementing community strengthening, anti-human trafficking, and orphan care programmes. You will work in one of Global Family's model countries with a team of local professionals, researchers, and practitioners. We will work with you to identify your skills and goals, and to place you in a location that matches your previous and desired experience.

Global Studies Internship at St. James Research Centre is located in Falkirk, Scotland. The centre is located a short walking distance away from shopping, groceries, gyms, a movie theatre, and a train station with easy access to Edinburgh and Glasgow.

 

Falkirk

Falkirk and the surrounding area is bursting with brilliant contrasts. The area boasts some outstanding attractions, including The Kelpies, The Helix, The Falkirk Wheel, Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway, the Antonine Wall, and The John Muir Way.

 

Falkirk is centrally located and less than a 30 minute train ride to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling. Falkirk itself is full of character, local restaurants, well known attractions and tourist sites in Scotland.

Fees and budget

The fee for the Global Studies Internship in Falkirk, Scotland is £545 a month for six months.

 

We offer a 10% discount for those paying the full fee upfront. The fee includes room and board, meeting you at the airport, substantial local support, personal mentoring and one of the Summer SJRC classes being offered. This does not include food, entertainment, or local transport.

 

A typical budget is: £3,270 program fee + airfare + £250 to £500 per month for food, entertainment and local transport depending on your lifestyle.

 

A £545 deposit is due upon approval of your application. The deposit will apply directly to your first month's fee.

 

The fee for placement in one of Global Family’s international locations will vary by placement country.

 

Contact Us

info@stjamesresearchcentre.org

Tel: +44 (0) 1312 598183

St. James Church
Thornhill Road
Falkirk, FK2 7AZ

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