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Undergraduate Internship
The ideal candidate for this full or part-time, unpaid position, is a mature, bright, and motivated student interested in the fields of human services, counseling, psychology, or related areas. Usually, internships are for one year (two semesters), but applicants for a half year (one semester) may also be considered.

Undergraduate Interns

Applicants should be able to work both independently and as a team member. Interest in working with children or adolescents is required. A car is helpful, but not required. Undergraduate interns work with their supervisor in a number of areas. Possibilities include involvement in the Peer Tutor Program, Make A Statement Day, or other direct service with youth. Students play a role in designing the details of their own internship.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991, the duties listed in this job description may be modified in an effort to provide reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities.


  • Assist with programming for children and families
  • Attend supervision and staff meetings
  • Co-lead, training, supervision, and/or counseling groups
  • Maintain all required records and documentation
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor
  • Provide general office tasks
  • Report to supervisor
  • Serve as program liaison to students and families
  • Write “Ask The Youth Commission” articles for newspapers