Child & Family Service’s internship program offers diverse experience for the student at any academic level. We encourage interns to develop and cultivate a learning environment in their field of study.
Each prospective student must complete a pre-screening interview to determine eligibility. If an internship is offered, the student will complete a CORI (criminal record check) and provide three written references and a copy their school’s internship agreement. A driving record check may also be required for some programs. Upon the return of your CORI, you will then be asked to come in for final paperwork and an agency internship orientation. All interns should have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Child & Family Services appreciates the opportunity to provide a mutually beneficial learning experience with interns.
Please use this form to submit your 1-page cover letter explaining your interests and academic requirements. Include a schedule of availability for a pre-screening interview and your contact information(e-mail & phone).