Intern Trainee - Children & Family Services North Division - Public Health & Human Services
Kind of Work
Professional work with a dedicated team that provides support and resources to children and families in our community. These internships provide valuable work experience for students and recent graduates.
This internship offers the opportunity to assist child protection social workers in the areas of assessment and investigating child protection reports, concurrent permanency planning, child protection case management and services for families in accordance with state law. The position also includes working with children in out-of-home placements, juvenile court system (CHIPS), and interagency and community resources and services. Duties may include specific tasks assigned by social workers such as transporting of clients, attending staffing meetings, making referrals to community resources, keeping case notes, etc.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Pass/Fail):
- Applicants must be a Junior, Senior or Graduate student in psychology, sociology, social work, or other human services related four year degree program; OR, must have graduated from a related four year degree program within the last six months.
- Applicants must possess a valid driver's license.
Basic computer skills. Strong interpersonal skills with some understanding of child protection social work would be preferred.
All candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be forwarded to the appointing authority for consideration.