An undergraduate internship with Student Health and Counseling Services will assist in developing your skills for employment upon graduation or preparing you for entry to graduate level programs. Undergraduate internship responsibilities at Student Health and Counseling Services can involve coordinating outreach events on mental health and other topics, implementing our stress management program in the relaxation zone, and gaining experience in research and data collection about student health and wellness.
Candidates must be undergraduate students enrolled in social work, psychology, or other applied sciences fields. Students must commit to at least 4 hours per week to the internship program and a maximum of 20 hours per week.
All applications for an internship need to be submitted prior to interviewing. Preferences are given to applicants who submit a completed application on November 1st for the following spring semester internship and April 1st for the summer or following fall semester internship.
The application process for the undergraduate internship is the following:
- Completed application
- A resume.
- Two professional or academic references with contact information.
- An interview
Application packets should be submitted to
Victoria Jones, LCSW
Please contact Victoria Jones, Undergraduate Training Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or the counseling center administration staff at 901.678.2068 with any questions.