The primary goal of the Intern Resource Network is to prevent students from experiencing sexual harassment, violence and discrimination of any kind as they prepare to leave campus and enter the work force. The information on this site applies to student interns/externs as well as undergraduate and graduate assistantships on campus. If you or someone you know is experiencing workplace sexual harassment or discrimination, know that you have the right to report it.
The Intern Resource Network is a collaborative project of the Missouri Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence and Partners in Prevention. This project builds the capacity of campuses to work with students, employers in the private and public sector, and local domestic and sexual violence organizations.
MCADSV mission: The Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (MCADSV) unites Missourians with a shared value that rape and abuse must end, and advances this through education, alliance, research and public policy.
PIP mission: Partners in Prevention’s (PIP) mission is to create a campus, city, and state environment that supports positive health and safety behaviors by the college students who attend higher education institutions in the state of Missouri.
This project began with a personal donation from United States Senator Claire McCaskill, with additional funding provided by the Women’s Foundation of Kansas City.