Students currently enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and seminary programs are encouraged to apply for a rewarding, hands-on internship with Catholic Charities! We have placements with clinical supervision for students of social work, nursing, education, clinical psychology, occupational therapy, and other fields.  We offer  placements that are supervised by licensed professionals and expose the students to social welfare policy implementation in a variety of fields and general work experience.

Why Serve

Develop a broad set of work skills in a professional setting and have opportunities for:

  • Leadership building
  • Networking
  • Community impact
  • Learning from experts and executives!

We offer both clinically supervised and non-clinically supervised internships.

Apply

Apply by Sunday, August 16, 2020
Serve from September 1, 2020 to December 11, 2020

Undergraduate students are invited to apply to our open Fall Internship positions. We currently have one position available with our Volunteer Engagement Office as the Outreach and Volunteer Events Intern.

Contact intern coordinator Claire Sanfilippo with any questions.

This application is now closed. Check back later this Fall for information about Spring and Summer internships.

 

This application is closed for Fall 2020. Please check back later this Fall for Spring applications.

A clinical intern is a graduate level student who requires specialized supervision by a licensed professional (e.g. social workers or medical professionals).

Examples of clinical interns include:

  • MSW student who needs supervision by a social worker with specific license
  • Nursing student who needs to work with trained medical professionals

Examples of programs who take clinical interns include, but are not limited to:

  • Counseling and Intake Program- The counseling and assessment program at Anchor Behavioral Health has a competitive rotation of three internship positions. Candidates should be in a graduate program working toward a MSW or LPC. Students will be working in a counseling and assessment role with clients managing their chronic mental illness.
A non-clinical intern is defined as a student who does not require supervision by a licensed professional in their field

Examples include:

  • Quality Assurance intern at our medical and dental clinic
  • Direct client services intern at Community Options
  • Communications and Development intern

This application is now closed. Check back later this Fall for information about Spring and Summer internships.

We are sometimes able to accommodate requests for individual mini internships or senior projects required for high school graduation. For information please email Claire Sanfilippo at claire.sanfilippo@cc-dc.org

Timeline

Term

Students Apply by 

Internship Begins

Fall

Application Closed

Late August

Spring

Late October

Mid-January

Summer

Early March

Late May