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Spring 2019 internship available for credit or volunteer experience
Social Enrichment Center offers a unique opportunity for hands on clinical experience.  This program is designed specifically for undergraduate Psychology or related majors who are seeking a direct learning experience in a therapeutic setting.  At SEC, we support clients ages 2-21 with diagnoses including: autism, ADHD, anxiety, developmental delays, and more. Our summer programming incorporates social skills, executive functioning, academics, and individual and group counseling, as well as games and recreational activities. As an intern, you will become engaged in all aspects of our program. Multiple successful interns have earned employment positions at SEC. This is a multidisciplinary experience providing the ability to observe and assist in all areas of SEC.
Opportunities will include:
• Assisting with planning and facilitating small group sessions
• Learning objective clinical note taking and progress monitoring skills
• Gaining hands-on therapeutic experience with the support and feedback of staff
• Participating in games and activities with clients
Undergraduate students seeking careers in developmental or clinical psychology, social work, counseling, occupational therapy, ABA, and recreational therapy would benefit from this opportunity.
We ask for an 8-10 hour/week commitment to gain a true hands-on and meaningful experience. Summer and Fall semester opportunities are also available.
Former intern testimonials:
“My experience as an intern at the SEC was incredible and unlike any I have had before. The position incorporated hands on experience with the children and feedback and training from the staff. I am thankful for the SEC as this internship has led me to solidify my choice to work with children and adolescents in the future.” – Julia S.
“I went into my internship at SEC not knowing whether my primary academic interest in developmental psychology would translate to a proclivity for clinical work. I was blown away by the amount of hands on experience I was given from my very first day, as the staff included me in the group sessions and provided feedback and support throughout the internship. I believe that the experiences I gained from my internship and subsequent employment at SEC were an invaluable factor in my decision to pursue and admittance to a doctoral program in clinical psychology.” – Claire F.

Commitment Requirement

  • 8–10 hours a week minimum
  • Minimum of 3 months (most internships are a 3-6 month commitment)

If you are interested in an internship with SEC, please contact our intern coordinator here.

*All internships are unpaid