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Interns

UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL INTERNSHIPS
We accept Bachelors level students majoring in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Child Development, Human Services, or other related fields. Interns participate in groups (for children, adults or families) as co-facilitators (assisting a clinical level interns or staff members). Undergraduate interns also assist with administrative tasks related to each program.

GRADUATE LEVEL INTERNSHIPS
We accept Masters and Doctoral level students who are concentrating in the fields of Psychology, Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, or Counselor Supervision. Clinical level interns participate in groups (for children, adults or families) as a facilitator or co-facilitator. Clinical interns are required to conduct initial assessments and follow-up assessments. Interns also provide individual and family counseling and participate in weekly supervision.

ALL interns are required to attend agency training and program trainings. Interns are required to dedicate at least one full semester (January-May, June-August, or August-December) of service to The Exchange Club Family Center.