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After you complete this form, a member of the Field Office will contact you to arrange an agency visit. We value our partnerships with our community, and look forward to building this relationship.
complete intakes for walk-ins; manage a caseload of 3-5 clients to provide case management; consult and coordinate care with other agencies; provide educational workshops to schools and hospitals; co-facilitate one psycho-educational group a semester; attend community advisory board meetings; manage volunteer program
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Students will work within a mentoring program to recruit student participants and volunteer mentors. They will assist with intake assessment interviews and with planning the new mentor trainings. They will serve as a liaison with agencies involved in the student's lives, including schools, juvenile justice, and social services. Interns may provide case management services in the first semester, and lead into providing supportive counseling for an individual caseload of 3-5 students in the second semester. Students will also select 2 other projects to focus on during the their internship such as grant writing, helping to provide ongoing training workshops, fundraising, program evaluation, and attending community advisory meetings.
Our internships for the 2016-17 year will begin the week of August 22, 2016 and end the week of May 6, 2017.
Please note: Our students will begin contacting agencies to request interviews on February 15, 2016.
Students from various schools and programs may be contacting you for interviews before our February 15th start date. Our placement process is structured, and we make efforts to carefully place students based on the individual student and our knowledge of each agency. In order to provide your agency and the student the most valuable experience possible, we take time with the matching process and it is helpful to know ahead of time that agencies will reserve their decision making process until MSU Denver students have been able to connect and interview with their matched agencies.
Please keep our timeline in mind when navigating the field placement (internship) process!