Undergraduate & Graduate Internships
The Village sponsors internships for students who are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the social work, counseling and administrative fields. Our interns come from a variety of colleges and universities in and around New England.
Acceptance is based upon the availability of supervision in the student’s area of interest, prior experience and learning needs. Referrals are accepted from January 1 to June 1 for internships that start in September and end in May. There may be a limited number of summer block placements, given both programmatic and supervisory availability.
- First- or second-year matriculated students in MSW or MA/ MS, MFT programs for graduate internships, BSW, BA, BS AA and AS students who are matriculated in a college program for undergraduate internships
- Work or volunteer experience with children, adults and/or families
- Recommendation from their school program
Supervision and Training
- Individual/group supervision by MSW, LCSW, MA or other clinically licensed professionals for all clinical work or individual/group supervision by a professional staff member whose degree is commensurate with the program requirements
- Access to a diverse array of agency-sponsored training opportunities
- Use of recorded sessions in supervision for self-reflection and training purposes for graduate internships
- Trauma-informed settings (undergraduate and graduate)
- Individual, family and group work (undergraduate and graduate)
- Community-based programs (undergraduate and graduate)
- Multidisciplinary, multicultural teams (undergraduate and graduate)
- Research or program evaluation (undergraduate and graduate)
- Short- and long-term therapy (graduate)
- Home-based programs (graduate)
- Early childhood, child, adolescent, adult, couples and family work (graduate)
The Village for Families and Children is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.