20 weekly-guaranteer hours (minimum of 600-800 hours during a 10-month internship).
Interns enjoy the flexibility of their school’s holiday schedule with no weekend requirements.
Gain valuable hands-on experience that will enhance your education and increase your marketability upon attaining your license.
Exposure to a school-based counseling setting.
Clinical Supervision with weekly flexible supervision schedules
Immediate support from your Regional Field Supervisor whose responsibility it is to manage, train, and provide support to you throughout your internship.
The counselors responsibilities entail:
Provide individual face-to-face counseling
Facilitate and maintain a positive counseling environment
Conduct group counseling in the area of social skills, behavioral issues or emotional issues
Observe students in their classroom environment
Conduct playground observations
Make presentations to classrooms
Prepare and maintain appropriate documentation
Coordinate and communicate with faculty working with the student to assure consistency and collaboration
Communicate with student’s family to assure that they are engaged and informed
Assure that client records are maintained according to all state, federal, and accreditation guidelines
Masters or Doctoral degree or be an associate level MFT, SW, or PCC
Interns will be required to pass Live Scan background check
Attend 4-day training (Spread throughout the year)
Attend weekly clinical supervision
Additional Salary Information: Trainees/Associates are guarantee to collect 600 CHILD HOURS for LICENSURE
Internal Number: SC 2021
About Outreach Concern, Inc.
Outreach Concern offers approximately 250 internship positions per year. They are available to Master's and Doctoral students seeking real-world experience. Majors include Psychology, Counseling, Pupil Personnel Services (PPS), Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT), Child/Adolescent Development, MSW, Sociology and Human Services. An internship with Outreach Concern requires a minimum of two days a week (approximately 15 hours) for the academic school year.