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  • Internship
    Full-time
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Healthcare
  • Orlando

AI generated summary

  • You must be a junior or higher in a BSW program, committed to completing 420 internship hours per semester.
  • You will assist in parent engagement, referrals, scheduling tours, providing information and referral services, attending meetings, participating in educational programs, and field seminars.

Requirements

  • Junior or beyond in a Bachelor of Social Work university program.
  • This is a BSW Internship with a required total 420 hours per semester (28 hours per week)

Responsibilities

  • Assist in the implementation of Parent Engagement/Training activities.
  • Assist in following up for referrals for services and collecting required paperwork (including follow up calls)
  • Assist with scheduling classroom tours.
  • Assist in identifying and providing information and referral for families in need of services.
  • Participate in Child Study Team and Threat Assessment Meetings – assist with any needed follow up.
  • Assist with community awareness/education programs
  • Attend weekly required field seminar at University.
  • Participate in one hour (minimum supervision)

FAQs

What are the responsibilities of the Social Work intern at UCP of Central Florida?

The intern will assist in the implementation of Parent Engagement/Training activities, follow up on referrals for services, schedule classroom tours, provide information and referral for families in need of services, participate in Child Study Team and Threat Assessment Meetings, assist with community awareness/education programs, attend weekly field seminars at the university, and participate in a minimum of one hour of supervision.

What is the required education and training for this internship?

Applicants must be Junior or beyond in a Bachelor of Social Work university program. This is a BSW Internship with a required total of 420 hours per semester (28 hours per week).

How can I apply for the Social Work internship at UCP of Central Florida?

Interested candidates can apply by submitting their resume and cover letter through the UCP of Central Florida website or by contacting the Human Resources department directly.

Is this internship paid?

This internship is unpaid, but may be eligible for academic credit through the intern's university program.

Unlocking Children's Potential

Science & Healthcare
Industry
501-1000
Employees
1955
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

UCP of Central Florida is dedicated to providing children equal access to programs, services, and experiences that help them achieve their full potential. We are a nonprofit organization that operates Inclusive Charter Schools, Multidisciplinary Therapy Clinics, Specialized Vocational Programs and much more. All of our services and programs are driven by the commitment to create opportunities that educate, inspire, and encourage students of all abilities. As a Charter School: UCP Charter Schools have been Central Florida pioneers in inclusive education. They took the bold step to raise the bar academically for all students while also providing customized instruction so that students can excel at every level. Campuses are smaller than traditional schools, which creates a community culture where teachers, students, parents, and staff all feel seen and valued. As a Therapy Clinic: UCP of Central Florida has Physical, Occupational, and Speech-Language therapy clinics at every campus. Therapy services are available to students and out-patient clients alike. UCP’s multidisciplinary therapy team collaborates with parents and teachers to bring a holistic and practical application to a child’s therapy goals.