Family Services offers a number of internship opportunities for students currently pursuing degrees in social work, psychology, human services, and other related fields. In addition to the programs listed here, you should also check with your college career services for internship postings within other Family Services programs.
The Counseling Clinic has a limited number of internships available for Master Level Students who are going to school for their Master Degree in either social work or professional counseling. Students MUST be willing to commit to a 6 to 9 month internship or 2 semesters. Any interested candidates can contact Vicky Coppens at(920)436-4360 ext. 1233 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internship positions currently filled until Fall Semester 2017.
The Crisis Center does not currently have any internship positions available. A limited number of positions may be available for Master’s level counseling and social work interns beginning in January 2017. If interested, please contact Jenny Younk at 920-436-4360 ext. 1288 or email@example.com.
Day Treatment is now accepting applications for Master’s level interns in counseling and social work programs. Interns would be provided with opportunities to engage in some or all of the following areas:
Intake and comprehensive diagnostic assessments
Differential diagnosis and mental status examination
Provision of treatment recommendations
Securing funding through private insurance, medical assistance, etc.
Coordination of case reviews
Collaboration with client’s multidisciplinary team
Plan and co-facilitate group, individual and family therapy
Engage in documenting client progress/charting
Case management services; maintaining files, discharge planning, etc.
Marketing, recruiting, community outreach, grant writing, etc.
For more information contact Program Manager, Andrea Peltier at 920-433-3372 ext. 131 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sexual Assault Center provides internship opportunities to students enrolled in human services programs. Intern duties would include:
Answering the 24-hour crisis line
Providing information and referrals to clients/callers
Legal and medical advocacy
Other duties as needed
Students will increase their knowledge of community resources and increase their understanding of the effects of sexual violence on victims as well as the community. For more information, contact Christiana Vanseth at 920-436-4360 ext. 1287 or email@example.com.
Women's Recovery Journey is not currently accepting applications for interns. Please check back in January 2017 for additional information.
Thank you for your interest in Family Services.