PLEASE NOTE: In order to become an undergraduate intern at The Home, you must be a student who is enrolled in school, and be required to complete an internship/practicum towards your degree and/or receive academic credit for your time at The Home. (If this is not the case, but you would still like to become involved, please contact Veronica Rosario at firstname.lastname@example.org).
The role of Undergraduate Interns at The Home falls into two categories, program and department:
Program interns are assigned to work directly with children and families receiving services at The Home. These interns provide clinical and case management services under the supervision of Clinical Intern Supervisors.
Department interns work in one of The Home's central departments and typically provide office support. The Home can offer its department interns a unique experience, working in a large agency and with large systems.
These opportunities apply to all prospective interns who are not attaining a graduate-level degree at this time. Please note that all of our undergraduate internships are unpaid but do provide several opportunities for valuable training and certifications. If you are seeking a paid position, you may browse through our current job openings.
To be considered for an undergraduate internship, please submit your resume and cover letter to the contact person listed for the program you are interested in.
For more information about internships, please contact:
Jennifer Kropveld-Boucher, MA LMHC
Intern & Educational Partnerships Manager