The application process includes 8 tabs of needed information and your uploaded resume. Once submitted, the application and resume are reviewed and, at the appropriate time, selected students will be contacted for an interview with the Director of Human Resources and other staff as appropriate. The student is then notified if an internship will be offered. If selected, the student must complete the remaining components of the checklist and submit the remaining documents by the given deadline date or that internship slot will re-open and another candidate will be selected.
If you wish to be considered for an intern/practicum position, you must follow the instructions included in the Intern Checklist. Review Intern Guidelines prior to interview.
All Internship positions are unpaid. Interns are offered the opportunity to provide pro bono services to those clients who are without mental health insurance coverage under the direction and supervision of their field supervisor.
Thank you for considering Families, Inc. as you research potential internship sites. Families, Inc. takes the role of student education very seriously and we work closely with students, staff, and academic administration to ensure we provide the best possible education experience during your internship or practicum.