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Completed Student Internships

 

 

The following internships have been completed by students in previous years. Each site includes contact information and general student responsibilities (although other opportunities might be available, so it is recommended that you take time to learn about the organization). In addition, student evaluations of sites are located in a binder in the Psychology Department Main office.

*Please note: if you are unable to contact the specific supervisor listed below, please contact the main site to inquire about internship opportunities.*
Internship Opportunities:

A Better Way, Inc. 

Site Supervisor: Tara Butler, BA in Criminal Justice

Contact Information: 609-954-5996, tbutler@abetterwayinc.org

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Alcohol/Drug),Counseling (Marriage and Family),Counseling (Personnel and/or Guidance),Counseling (Wellness),Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitiation/Mental Health)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Shadowing senior staff members, assisting in the areas of intake/assessment, participating/assisting in weekly group sessions, research/development, attending staff meetings, creating/circulating program flyers, assisting with weekly/monthly food pantry services, participating in outreach services and attending off site meetings.
  • Help to facilitate the Men’s Group

 

Aerotek Staffing Inc. 

Serving virtually every major industry, Aerotek Staffing places exceptional people in hundreds of thousands of roles and positions. Everything we do is grounded in our guiding principles to build and nurture quality relationships that allow us to place quality people in quality jobs.

Site Supervisor: Anne-Kathrin Dammel, MA

Contact Information: 732-447-1189; adammel@aerotek.com

Website Address: www.aerotek.com

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2011

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Human Resources, Marketing

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Serve as a Customer Support Associate to provide administrative support to all contracted employees in the areas of accounting and human resources, specifically payroll and benefits.

 

Albert C. Wagner Youth Correctional Facility

Albert C. Wagner Youth Correctional Facility is located in Bordentown New Jersey, part of Burlington County.  It is a mixed custody prison for youthful offenders, and has a minimum custody unit, a medium security unit and a close custody unit for administrative segregation and maximum security inmates.  The current capacity of this facility is approximately 1,250 inmates. Offenders at Albert C. Wagner Youth Correctional Facility can receive individual and group counseling, substance abuse and mental health treatment.  Additionally, educational and vocational programs teach the inmates new skills while they serve their sentence.

Site Supervisor: Shirley Stephens

Contact Information: 609-298-0500; ext. 1405

Website Address: http://www.state.nj.us/corrections/pages/contactus.html

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2011

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Alternative Education, Social Work

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Oversee three grant-funded college education programs made available to select inmates.
  • Facilitate the screening, interviewing, and enrollment processes of the inmates into college courses.
  • Maintain communication with the Director of Education to ensure program compliance.

 

All Access Mental Health (AAMH) 

All Access Mental Health (AAMH) is a private, non- profit community based behavioral heath care agency serving the greater Mercer County community. AAMH was founded to respond to the mental health needs of our community and we are dedicated to that commitment.

Site Supervisor: Maria Clarke, MSW

Contact Information: mclarke@aamh.org; 609-759-7475

Website Address: http://www.aamh.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2013

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Independently observe groups of interest for the initial two weeks after by which,
  • Facilitate two to three group counseling sessions a day, with the opportunity to observe/co-facilitate more groups dependent upon availability.

 

Anchor House 

Anchor House Shelter was founded in 1978 to move homeless and runaway youth off the streets of Trenton and reunite them with family. Today, Anchor House Inc. provides shelter, school outreach, transitional and supportive housing, and street outreach to youth, ages 12 to 21 years of age, from Mercer County and throughout the state of New Jersey.

Site Supervisor: Ben Thornton, BA

Contact Information: (609) 721-3509 bthornton@anchorhousenj.org

Website Address: http://www.anchorhousenj.org/ click get involved, access application

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling, Social Work, Child Development

Essential Job Functions:

  • Interact with clients through personal engagement or entertainment.
  • Sit in on group, individual, and family counseling sessions.
  • Answer phones when needed.

 

Archway Programs

Site Supervisor: Sue Lafferty, MA

Contact Information: 856-906-4184

Website Address: http://www.archwayprograms.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Child Development and/or Family Services,Mental Retardation/Developmental Delays

Essential Job Functions:

  • Worked as a one-to-one with students with multiple disabilities
  • Assisted students when they went to their related services/ specials
  • Assisted with management and supervision of students and collected data related to student progress

 

Atlantic Health System 

Atlantic Health System, headquartered in Morristown, New Jersey and one of the leading non-profit health care systems in the state, is creating a Trusted Network of Caring™. Our promise to our communities is that anyone who enters our system will receive the right care, at the right quality, at the right time, at the right place and at the right cost.

Site Supervisor: Lynn Turner, MBA

Contact Information: lynn.turner@atlantichealth.org

Website Address: http://www.atlantichealth.org/atlantic.html

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2013

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Human Resources

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Rewrite job descriptions for a set number of employees throughout the duration of the internship.
  • Reorganize succession plans for various director-level positions.
  • Compile portfolios for every director and their anticipated successor.
  • Pension Project: track 725 retirees choice to receive pension in a lump sum or monthly annuity
  • Miscellaneous tasks as assigned.

 Arc mercer 

From its humble beginnings involving a living room meeting, The Arc Mercer has grown to serve more than 1,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities through a myriad of programs and services that empower them through opportunities for personal development, job training, fun and recreation, and independent living.

Site Supervisor: Erika Sulkowski; MA

Contact Information: eferguson@arcmercer.org

Website Address: https://arcmercer.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Mental Retardation/ Developmental Delays.

Essential Job Functions: 

  • care for and entertain the clients at the ARC
  • Set up crafts and different activities for the clients.
  • Attend outings with the clients as a chaperone.

BCCAP HeadStart 

Head Start specializes in comprehensive health, educational, nutritional, social and other services for eligible low income families with children ages 3 to 5. The program maximizes the strengths and unique experiences of each child. The family, which is the principal influence on the child’s development, directly participates in the program. Children with disabilities participate with all children in program activities and receive special services as required.

Site Supervisor: Sue Dietz, MSW

Contact Information: 609-261-2323

Website Address: http://www.bccap.org/head_start.cfm

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2011

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Child Development and/or Family Services, Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Shadow the school psychologist during observation meetings.
  • Learn and teach problem solving curriculum to small groups of children.

 

Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office 

The Bergen County Prosecutor is the chief law enforcement officer for the County of Bergen. As a constitutional officer charged with the broad obligation “to use all reasonable and lawful diligence for the detection, arrest, indictment and conviction of offenders against the laws,” the Prosecutor has wide-ranging authority over the law enforcement community in the county. With that authority come tremendous responsibilities and obligations, both to the law enforcement community itself and to all the citizens of Bergen county.

Site Supervisor: Heather Suffin, Juris Doctor

Contact Information: (201)-226-5816; hsuffin@bcpo.net

Website Address:https://www.bcpo.net/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Legal prosecutions/Law Enforcement

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Attend lectures about the different units that make up the office.
  • Report back to squad in the Special Victim’s Unit/Megan’s Law and perform tasks given by supervisors.
  • Sit in on forensic interviews.
  • Help to run a version of a real police academy for high school students.
  • At the end of internship, give presentations on various topics

 

Bordentown Regional High School 

Site Supervisor: Jodie Glenn, MA (Guidance Counselor)

Contact Information: 609-298-0025 ext. 1181; jglenn@bordentown.k12.nj.us

Website Address: http://brhs.bordentown.k12.nj.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=444409&type=d&pREC_ID=958082

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2014

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Develop, learn, and implement ideas for the On Point program which is used for positive reinforcement.
  • Help students search for college and/or provide support with personal issues.
  • Observe how things are managed and then assist with the tasks.

 

Bridgeway Justice Involved Services 

Bridgeway utilizes evidence based and best practices to help people with psychiatric and addictive disorders. The focus is on improving one’s ability to manage his/her illness and to foster beneficial change. Emphasis is put on improving self efficacy, instilling hope, instilling intrinsic motivation, promoting health decision making and developing wellness management. Greater community integration is the overall goal of the Bridgeway program.

Site Supervisor: Jessica Giambra

Contact Information: 908-994-8544

Website Address: https://www.bridgewayrehab.org/services-justice-involved-services.html

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2013

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Assist with client intake, including conducting interviews, scheduling appointments, and visiting clients in the field.

 

Campfire NJ 

Our heritage of cultivating community building, supporting academic readiness, and embracing diversity sets us apart. Camp Fire was founded in 1910 by Luther Gulick, M.D., and his wife, Charlotte Gulick. They created Camp Fire “to guide young people on their journey to self-discovery.” The Gulicks felt strongly that the experiences young people have early in life teach them to care for themselves, their environment, and the people around them for a lifetime.

Site Supervisor: Jessica Nitti

Contact Information: 609-947-6005; jnitti@campfirenj.org

Website Address: http://campfirenj.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Child Development/Family Services

Essential Job Functions:

  • Administering pre- and post-test surveys to middle school students; inputting data into SPSS.
  • Served as the liaison between Camp Fire NJ and Dr. Graham’s research lab. Collaboratively, worked to evaluate the youth development programs and show the positive outcomes.
  • Helped with other office tasks and projects such as writing grants, putting together reports, and helping to revamp program curriculum.

 

Capital Health Regional Medical Center 

Capital Health Regional Medical Center is a medical center with a long history of serving the region. The hospital includes our state designated comprehensive stroke center (part of the Capital Institute for Neurosciences), the Level II Bristol-Myers Squibb Trauma Center, Mercer County’s designated Emergency Mental Health Services Center and the country’s first dedicated neurological emergency department, the Center for Neurologic Emergency Medicine. Capital Health Regional Medical Center also provides inpatient and outpatient radiology services, dialysis, and numerous other medical services.

Site Supervisor: Sandra Stein, Speech Pathologist, M.S.

Contact Information: (609) 306-3855; SStein@capitalhealth.org

Website Address: https://www.capitalhealth.org/our-locations/regional-medical-center

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Speech Hearing Therapy,Speech Language Pathology

Essential Job Functions:

  • Assisting with chart reviews, assessment documentation, collecting data during sessions, generating progress notes for post treatment sessions, observing speech pathologists

 

Career & Community Studies Program 

The CCS program is designed to provide academic, vocational and social experiences for young adults in a highly a supportive yet challenging campus environment.

Site Supervisor: Victoria Swift, M.A.T. in Special Education

Contact Information: 609.771.2959; swiftv1@tcnj.edu

Website Address: http://ccs.tcnj.edu/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School), Mental Retardation/Developmental Delays, Personal Guidance

Essential Job Functions:

  • Assist college students with intellectual disabilities in adapting to college life.
  • Provide educational, social, and job coach training.
  • Work with students to assist with homework, in class homework support, tutoring, and adapting to social experiences.
  • Serve as a mentor, instructional aide, and model of appropriate behavior.
  • Attend lunch with students, club and activity meetings, and on campus events.

 

Carrier Clinic

One of the largest independent, non profit behavioral healthcare facilities in New Jersey, Carrier Clinic specializes in psychiatric and substance abuse addiction treatment. We provide a complete array of expert care and education for adolescents, adults, and older adults on the inpatient and residential levels. Outpatient services are provided for ECT treatment and drug abuse addiction.

Ours is a safe, compassionate and respectful environment, set on a beautiful 100+ acre country setting at the foothills of the Sourland Mountains, in centrally-located Belle Mead, NJ. Our caring, supportive staff is among the best in their respective fields, all driven by the similar goal of returning each individual back to their family, workplace, community, and the things they enjoy.

Site Supervisor: Patricia Veloso, MA

Contact Information: (908) 281-1409

Website Address: https://carrierclinic.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Art Therapy,Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitiation/Mental Health)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Compassionate service
  • Provide an area of growth
  • Be a talent scout

 Cenlar Federal Savings Bank 

Cenlar FSB, the nation’s leading loan servicing provider, has been actively engaged in mortgage loan servicing and subservicing as a core business for more than 40 years. Banks, credit unions, mortgage companies and other participants in the financial industry use our Loan Servicing Solution. We are confident our partners appreciate the enhanced customer service and meaningful cost savings we offer, while at the same time gaining the ability to expand their market share and increase their loan originations while minimizing the cost and risks of managing the servicing operation.

Site Supervisor: Denise Rodriguez, MA

Contact Information: (609) 883-3900

Website Address: https://www.cenlar.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Human Resources.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Help the recruiting team with interviews, sourcing, coordinating interviews, phone screening, and multiple projects

Center for Cardiac and Pulmonary Care 

Top-notch cardiac and pulmonary care–like the kind you’ll find at the new George & Estelle Sands Center for Cardiac & Pulmonary Care at University Medical Center of Princeton (UMCP)–is key to regaining health and well-being.

The combination of advanced equipment and skilled medical professionals make the George & Estelle Sands Center for Cardiac & Pulmonary Care an exceptional destination for a range of heart and lung services, from diagnostics to specialized rehabilitation programs.

Site Supervisor: Mary Ricci, MSN, RN, BC

Contact Information: 609-902-2978; mricci@princetonhcs.org

Website Address: http://www.princetonhcs.org/phcs-home/what-we-do/university-medical-center-of-princeton-at-plainsboro/what-we-do/clinical-centers-for-care/center-for-cardiac–pulmonary-care.aspx

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2012

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Counseling,

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Take blood pressures, heart rate, and oxygen saturation levels of patients.
  • Assist patients with exercise machines, providing psychosocial support and education to patients.
  • Record data in patient charts for proper file maintenance.

 

Children’s Home Society of NJ 

Founded in 1894, The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey is a nonprofit organization that helps at-risk infants, children, youth, and families achieve their potential. We protect abused or neglected infants and children, strengthen families, and strive for stable, permanent, and loving homes. The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey gives parents the knowledge they need to help their children and themselves long after our active services have ended.

Site Supervisor: Isabel Barreiro

Contact Information: ibarreiro@chsofnj.org; 609-498-0448 x 134

Website Address: https://www.chsofnj.org/ go to employment internship opportunities, access application, and attach resume

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Prevention Programming, Social Work

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Assist with the general population of groups at a local middle school comprised of mainstream, IEPs, developmentally delayed, and behaviorally disturbed children.
  • Contact caregivers of kinship children and inform them about legal guardianship and funding opportunities.
  • Register children for program, provide data entry, facilitate home visits and interviews.
  • Administrative duties such as paperwork, filing, copying, and validating.
  • Home visits, family success center collaboration.
  • Research on community resources.

 

Children’s Specialized Hospital 

Children’s Specialized Hospital is the nation’s leading provider of inpatient and outpatient care for children from birth to 21 years of age facing special health challenges — from chronic illnesses and complex physical disabilities like brain and spinal cord injuries, to developmental and behavioral issues like autism and mental health. At 12 different New Jersey locations, our pediatric specialists partner with families to make our many innovative therapies and medical treatments more personalized and effective…so children can achieve more of their goals.

Site Supervisor: Dr. Karen Monaco, PhD, LPC

Contact Information: 609-632-2800 ext. 2161

Website Address: https://www.childrens-specialized.org/ go to careers, internships.

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2013

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitation/Mental Health), Child Development and/orFamily Services

Essential Job Functions:

  • Observe and participate in patient intake and treatment session.
  • Score various clinical behavioral measures, such as Child Behavior Checklists and Conner’s Teacher Evaluations.
  • Co-facilitate social skills groups for children with autism, aspergers, and ADHD.
  • Call clients to schedule appointments.
  • Observe feed evaluations and autism screening evaluations.

Community- Based Academic Internship Program

The Center for Community Engaged Learning & Research (CELR Center) is pleased to offer Community-Based Academic Internship opportunities for students. These internships are designed for students who are interested in further developing their skills or deepening their knowledge — while also helping one of our partners address an important public or social issue.

Center staff developed these opportunities with a number of non-profit organizations and government agencies in the Trenton area, most of which the Center has been working with for years. We are confident that these positions provide meaningful learning and resume-building experiences for TCNJ students.

In this listing you will find positions that are relevant to an array of majors, including but not limited to Sociology, Criminology, Journalism, Visual Arts, Marketing, Economics, Education, Communications, Political Science, Psychology, and many more. These positions will provide help to nearly thirty different organizations.

Site Supervisor: Raj Manimaran

Contact Information: manimar1@tcnj.edu or 609-771-2527

Website Address: https://celr.tcnj.edu/internship-opportunities/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Variety of Fields

Community Care Behavioral Health 

Community Care was incorporated in 1996 and has been managing the delivery of behavioral health services in the Northeastern part of the United States since 1999. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of the community through the delivery of effective, cost-efficient, and accessible behavioral health services.

Site Supervisor: Nadine Bennett, MSW

Contact Information: 732-572-4666; nadineb@communitycare.us; currently accepting graduate level

Website Address: http://www.ccbh.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2011

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitation/Mental Health)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Co-facilitate group therapy/counseling sessions.
  • Case manage and write weekly progress notes for assigned clients.
  • Support case managers with day-to-day issues.

 

Community Middle School 

Site Supervisor: Faith Scibienski, MA, School Counselor (8th grade).

Contact Information: Faith.Scibienski@ww-p.org

Website Address: http://www.west-windsor-plainsboro.k12.nj.us/schools/community_middle_school

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: School Counseling

Essential Job Functions

  • Counsel individual students at each grade level.
  • Review agendas for and participate in weekly team teacher/guidance.

 

CONTACT of Mercer County 

CONTACT programs help people in Mercer County who are looking for someone to listen to them, to ease their despair, and to help them share the daily burdens of life.  CONTACT saves lives that would be lost to suicide.  CONTACT volunteers care about other people and demonstrate their commitment to service through hours of compassionate listening.

Site Supervisor: Eleanor Letcher

Contact Information: 609-883-2880

Website Address: http://www.contactofmercer.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Crisis Counseling

Essential Job Functions

  • Serve as a Support Worker once a week to ensure CrisisChat workers began their shifts on time as well as to give advise on difficult chats.
  • Provide emotional support to any worker who had a particularly difficult/emotional chat.
  • Review past chat transcripts and provide feedback if necessary.
  • Create training modules dealing with termination/ending chats effectively and identifying signs of depression.
  • Assist Director with training sessions and participate in role-play practice chats during training.
  • Serve as the scheduling coordinator to ensure volunteers covered their shifts and were credited for their hours.
  • Serve as a representative on CrisisChat conference calls with CONTACT USA.
  • Take phone calls from both phone lines (suicide, and contact).
  • Fill out call sheet after every phone conversation
  • Keep calm in high stress situation
  • Suicide Prevention

 

Developmental Disabilities Institute 

Developmental Disabilities Institute (DDI) was founded in 1961, to address the special needs of children with Autism and other developmental disabilities, and provide therapeutic intervention. Today, DDI is a non-profit, multi-site agency serving over 1,500 children and adults with Autism and related disorders, providing educational, residential, day habilitation and vocational services, as well as medical and dental services to over 5,000 patients through our Opti-Healthcare division across Long Island, NY.

Site Supervisor: Michael Romas, PhD

Contact Information: 631-366-5875; mromas@ddiinfo.org

Web Address: https://www.ddiny.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2012

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Autism/Teaching

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Assist teachers in directly implementing IEPs.
  • Collect student behavior observations and performance data as instructed.
  • Assist in conductance of basic instructional activities and with the safety and supervision of students.
  • Pass all required training and participate in performance reviews/discussions.
  • Accept assignments in varying classes in accordance with the needs of the program to provide proper ratio in class groups.

 

Diamond Counseling Center 

Diamond Counseling Center  specializes in providing outpatient alcohol and drug abuse treatment. Clients will learn how to manage their addiction, get the therapy and skills needed to improve the quality of life, and help them to focus on their goals. Our purpose is to provide the most up-to-date evidenced based addiction and rehabilitation treatment.

Site Supervisor: Judith Rosenbaum, LCADC/LSW

Contact Information: 973-777-5836

Website Address: www.diamondcounselingcenter.net

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2012

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Substance Abuse Counseling

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Co-facilitate group therapy sessions; conduct individual counseling sessions.
  • Provide clerical support as needed.
  • Help conduct initial assessments as well as administer various drug screenings.

 

East Amwell Elementary School 

Site Supervisor: Lauren Myers (School Counselor)

Contact Information: lmyers@eastamwell.org

Website Address: http://www.eastamwell.org/contact_us/teacher_homepages

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2015

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Observe group substance abuse and mental health therapy sessions; eventually facilitate groups independently.

 

Eden Autism Services 

Eden is a not-for-profit organization with a mission to improve the lives of children and adults with autism. The organization has over 40 years of clinical experience and success in educating individuals with autism, and training family members, educators, and other professionals in these best practices.

Site Supervisor: Chelsea Napatano

Contact Information: 609-987-0099; Contact Chelsea Napatano at chelsea.napatano@edenautism.org

Website Address: http://edenautism.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Mental Retardation/Developmental Days

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Observe patients and conduct Applied Behavioral Analysis programs to collect data on domestic and vocational skills.
  • Prompt students during group and physical education sessions; assist students in daily needs and social interaction.
  • Assist teachers and assistant teachers in classroom duties, creating materials, and helping the students using ABA.
  • Involves direct experience with students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

 

Educational Testing Services 

At nonprofit ETS, we are passionate about our mission to advance quality and equity in education for all people worldwide because we believe in the power of learning. We strive to provide innovative and meaningful measurement solutions that improve teaching and learning, expand educational opportunities, and inform policy.

Site Supervisor: Felicia DeVincenzi, M. Ed.

Contact Information: 609-734-1493; fdevincenzi@ets.org

Web Address: https://www.ets.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2014

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Learning and Development, Research

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Conduct gap analyses based on full-time employees’ generation as well tenure lengths.
  • Implement Mozilla Badges within the organization, which represents both formal and experiential learning obtained by employees.
  • Create assessment studies and curriculum flows outlining current information about courses offered through the virtual Learning Management System.

 

Ewing High School

Site Supervisor: Michael Mattle, MSW, LCSW (School Social Worker, Transition Coordinator, Child Study Team Member).

Contact Information: mmattle@ewingboe.org

Website Address: https://www.ewing.k12.nj.us/Domain/62

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Alcohol/Drug),Counseling (Marriage and Family),Counseling (Personnel and/or Guidance),Counseling (School),Counseling (Wellness),Social Work.

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Direct and group counseling for students
  • Transition assistance for graduating students
  • Student evaluations and out of school placements
  • Constant observation of either students of the mental disabilities or behavioral disabilities programs

 

Family Support Organization of Mercer County 

Mercer County Family Support Organization (FSO), is a non-profit organization committed to providing support, education and advocacy to families of children with Emotional, Behavioral, and Mental Health Challenges, including ID/DD and Substance Abuse.

Site Supervisor: Paulette Mader

Contact Information: 609-586-1200; paulettemader@mercerfso.org

Website Address: http://www.mercerfso.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2012

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling, Research, Social Work

Essential Job Functions:

  • Observe Family Partners who work closely with the patients to advocate for their children.
  • Observe Parents Anonymous group, a peer support group for parents.
  • Lead youth partnership with two other permanent leaders; plan each youth partnership meeting and conduct necessary preparation.

Federal Bureau of Investigation

The FBI employs 35,000 people, including special agents and support professionals such as intelligence analysts, language specialists, scientists, and information technology specialists. Our mission is to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States.

Site Supervisor: Amanda Lamb

Contact Information: alamb@fbi.gov

Website Address: https://www.fbi.gov/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Forensic Psychology

Essential Job Functions:

  • Analytical support- telephone analysis, build suspect backgrounds, and identify subjects administrative support
  • Sort, name, and file data appropriately
  • Attend weekly law enforcement liaison intelligence-sharing meetings to speak on behalf of the FBI’s South Jersey Residence Agency
  • Build report products
  • Determine and examine topics worth researching from an intelligence agency standpoint
  • Write reports based on topics specific to our office and also the entirety of the FBI

Fisher Middle School 

Site Supervisor: Jennifer Citarella, MA, head school counselor

Contact Information: 538-9800 ext: 3114; jcitarella@ewingboe.org

Website Address: https://www.ewing.k12.nj.us/Domain/123

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School),Counseling (Wellness)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Observe one on one student counseling
  • Assign own case load of students to counsel one on one
  • Attend meetings: Intervention & Referral Services, Team meetings, etc.

 

Flocktown-Kossman Elementary School 

Site Supervisor: Michelle Rabar (School Psychologist)

Contact Information: 908-850-1010 ext. 5015; mrabar@wtschools.org

Website Address: http://www.wtschools.org/frks

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Shadow the school psychologist.
  • Assist with the organization of materials and documents.

 

Generation Teach 

We believe teachers should reflect the communities they serve and that many more young people would become teachers if they had the opportunity to try teaching. Our fellows are the teachers in their classrooms. They complete 40 – 60 hours of solo teaching experience with daily coaching and support.

Site Supervisor: Clarise Brooks, Bachelor of Arts Degree in English (with a specialty in writing) and a Minor in Secondary Education Master of Science Degree in English Secondary Education Master of Science Degree in School Administration and Supervision

Contact Information: 917-208-1380; cab0922@gmail.com

Website Address: http://www.generationteach.org/#welcome-1

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Education

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Participate in a pre-Summer training and tasks
  • Support students with academic progress
  • Participate in weekly lesson rehearsals.

 

Hamilton Education Program 

The Gilder Lehrman Institute is proud to partner with Hamilton and The Rockefeller Foundation on the Hamilton Education Program. Title I schools are being invited to see the musical and to integrate Alexander Hamilton into classroom studies. The Hamilton Education Program is part of the Gilder Lehrman Institute’s broader mission to improve the teaching and learning of American history.

Site Supervisor: Phil Tenaglia, MA school psychology

Contact Information: 609-631-4181 ext. 2554; ptengalia@hamilton.k12.nj.us

Website Address: https://www.gilderlehrman.org/programs-exhibitions/hamilton

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: School Counseling

Essential Job Functions:

  • Observe intake procedures; read and analyze relevant literature (student IEPs and other literature on learning disorders)
  • Attend relevant training programs; assist in the special educational classroom while applying learned interventions.
  • Develop lesson plans on prosocial behavior and execute them with special educational classes.
  • Provide feedback on child performance during parent-teacher conferences.
  • Learn and implement the ACT Matrix tool with students and sit in on in-take procedures

 

Hillsborough High School 

Site Supervisor: Janet Tracy (School Psychologist)

Contact Information: 908-431-6600 ext. 2619; jtracy@htps.us

Website Address: https://hhs.htps.us/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2013

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Social Work

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Observe the school psychologist and child study teams.
  • Observe testing and counseling services being performed while providing assistance with paperwork.
  • Observe children for behavioral observations in a classroom setting; assist in writing observations for IEP as well as read IEPs and files of students to better understand the process of school psychology.

 

Jaws Youth Playbook 

Jaws Youth Playbook (JYP) is the foundation of Former Eagles QB and ESPN NFL Analyst Ron Jaworski. JYPworks to improve the overall health and wellness of at-risk youth, primarily in the Greater Philadelphia region.

JYP raises funds through several fundraising events throughout the year and awards funds to programs that are positively impacting youth health and wellness programs. In close partnership with the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, JYP grants are issued to programs and projects that will have a strong impact on health and wellness.

Site Supervisor: Trish Yerkov

Contact Information: trish@ronjaworski.com

Website Address: http://www.jawsyouthplaybook.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2011

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Marketing

Essential Job Functions:

  • Provide administrative assistance by filing papers, copying, and keeping records of auction items.
  • Provide website design and development, event planning, and travel planning logistical support.
  • Find and request donations from companies; contact NFL teams requesting donations for charity auctions.

Jewish Family & Children’s Service 

Jewish Family & Children’s Service (“JFCS”) of Greater Mercer County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community service agency that strengthens individuals and families by empowering people to care for themselves and others. This is accomplished through a wide range of high quality social services and programs including therapy, information and referral, support, education and advocacy. By combining contemporary clinical skills with values of charity, righteousness and compassion, Jewish Family & Children’s Service seeks to assist families with many of life’s toughest challenges. Since 1937, our agency has served those in need in Greater Mercer County.

Site Supervisor: Andrea LoPresti

Contact Information: andreal@jfcsonline.org

Website Address: http://www.jfcsonline.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Marriage and Family), Counseling (Clinical, Rehabilitation, Mental Health).

Essential Job Functions:

  • Clinical Phone Intakes.

Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson is an American multinational medical devices, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods manufacturing company founded in 1886. Its common stock is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the company is listed among the Fortune 500.

Site Supervisor: Amanda Barbeau

Contact Information:   abarbea1@its.jnj.com, 484-716-1074

Website Address: https://www.jnj.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Industrial/ organizational

Essential Job Functions:

  • Act as a liaison between Retail Customer Logistics, Sales Operations, and Planning through various functions to support all franchises within the Consumer business.
  • Distribute a variety of deliverables that enable crucial business processes, including the allocation process and the new product launch dashboard.
  • Redesign & streamline the Sales Sample Distribution Process by implementing a new ordering process & developing a website for Customer Solutions to reduce delays and save money

 

LifeBack 

At LifeBack, we realize that everyone is unique, that’s why Life Back custom tailors a treatment program just for you. The goal is not only to get your life back on track, but to give you the confidence and tools to make a better life for you and your loved ones.

Site Supervisor: Kathleen Lee, MA, LPC, LCADC, ACS, CCS

Contact Information: (609) 482-3701; kathleen.lifeback@gmail.com

Website Address: http://www.lifebacknj.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Alcohol/Drug),Counseling (Marriage and Family),Counseling (Personnel and/or Guidance),Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitiation/Mental Health)

Essential Job Functions

  • Co-facilitate group therapy, attend individual therapy sessions (when appropriate), partake in clinical team meetings, help with administrative duties (discharging clients, formulating treatment plans, etc.)
  • Consult with supervisors as scheduled, learn about clinical documentation and apply knowledge, assist with assessments, work cooperatively with a multi-disciplinary team, complete documentation and paperwork in a timely manner, safeguard patient privacy, show respect and concern for others, interact with staff and clients in a professional and ethical manner.

LifeTies Inc.

LifeTies, Inc. is a supportive network of professional staff and trained volunteers dedicated to creating programs for youth to overcome the effects of abuse, neglect or homelessness. Our programs offer a nurturing, safe environment to heal, learn and become equipped with the tools to work towards a brighter future.

Site Supervisor: Emily Mattek, LCSW

Contact Information: emattek@lifeties.org

Website Address: http://www.lifeties.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Personnel and/or Guidance),Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitation/Mental Health), Counseling (Wellness), Social Work, Child Development and/or Family Services.

Essential Job Functions

  • Co-facilitate group therapy, help with intakes, Meet and Greets with new residents, attend meetings and training on behalf of LifeTies, clinical supervision once a week, help with administrative tasks such as inputting data into their online donor database, speak with administrators about grant.

 

Mathematica Policy Research 

Mathematica Policy Research is a pioneering nonpartisan research organization dedicated to improving public well-being. Our 1,200+ experts conduct policy research, data collection, and data analytics that meet the highest standards of quality and objectivity, working with decision makers across the public and private sectors.

Site Supervisor: Erin Maley

Contact Information: 609-799-3535

Website Address: https://www.mathematica-mpr.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2011

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Human Resources

Essential Job Functions

  • Responsible for the maintenance of the various HR databases.
  • Assist in the recruiting efforts by gathering materials for job fairs.
  • Ensure compliance with Affirmative Action plan by posting on various job sites.
  • Manage documents, assist with security clearances, track employee anniversaries and tuition reimbursement.
  • Prepare new employee orientation materials and recruitment packets.
  • Provide general human resources administrative tasks.

 

Medical Diagnostics Laboratories 

Founded in 1997, Medical Diagnostic Laboratories, L.L.C. (MDL) serves mainly as a reference laboratory for molecular diagnostic based testing to laboratories, hospitals and physicians worldwide. The success of MDL is attributed directly to client retention through our ability to customize our unique services to specifically address the individual needs of our clients. Enhanced turn-around time, cost effectiveness, and the capability to tailor services to best suit the needs and budgets of our clients gives MDL a distinct advantage over its competitors.

Site Supervisor: Meryl Rudishuli

Contact Information: 609-245-7523; mrudishuli@genesisbiotech.com

Website Addresses: http://www.mdlab.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2014

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Human Resources

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Assist with recruitment efforts through the conducting of phone screenings and reference checks.
  • Assist with compliance efforts through the creation and maintenance of personnel files and audit checks.
  • Provide support to the Benefits department by attending open enrollment meetings.
  • Assist with planning company sponsored events.
  • Attend company-mandated training seminars.
  • Perform other related duties as directed.

 Mercer Street Friends 

Over the ensuing decades, Mercer Street Friends had grown into a multi-faceted human service agency. Today we served more than 20,000 families throughout Mercer County who face the challenges and impacts of poverty.

Our programs target disparities related to: education, food insecurity, parental and family wellness, youth enrichment opportunities and community-building capacity.

Site Supervisor: Jessica Hammond

Contact Information: Jhammond@mercerstreetfriends.org

Website Addresses: http://mercerstreetfriends.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Teach life skills classes
  • Mentor students who are chronically absent
  • Input data into a database
  • Run after school programming

 

Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office

Site Supervisor: Christopher Penna, MA

Contact Information: Christopher.penna@co.middlesex.nj.us

Website Address: http://www.middlesexcountynj.gov/Government/Departments/PSH/Prosecutor/Pages/main.aspx

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Forensic Psychology

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Prepare court cases and observe them in action
  • Attend trips including an autopsy, a firearms training, a virtual driving training, a tour of an adult prison, and a forensics lab
  • Work with agents, detectives, and sergeants.

 

Millhill Child and Family Development Center 

Millhill enriches the well-being of children and families through individualized culturally sensitive, educational and behavioral health services.

Site Supervisor: Jordan Faiman

Contact Information: 609-989-7333 ext. 140; jfaiman@millhillcenter.org

Website Address: http://millhillcenter.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2014

Type of Internship/Field Experiences: Child Development and/or Family Services, Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitation/Mental Health)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Research methods to successfully model a partial care program.
  • Contact families in the area to learn more about programs offered and conduct visits.
  • Help research new electronic billing resources.

 

Montclair School District 

Site Supervisor: Leslee Scheckman (Director of Guidance)

Contact Information: 973-331-7100

Website Address: http://www.montville.net/domain/488

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Meet and observe counselors at each school district; interact with children when applicable.

 

Montgomery Township Lower Middle School  

Site Supervisor: Rebecca Richards, School psychologist, MA

Contact Information: 609-466-7604

Website Address: https://www.mtsd.k12.nj.us/Domain/700

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: School Psychology

Essential Job Functions:

  • Attend IEP meetings and one-on-one and group therapy sessions focusing on stress management and social skill building
  • Perform classroom behavioral observations for special education students
  • Revise and edit IEP annual review write-ups
  • Lead social skill building lunch group activities.

 

Mount Sinai Hospital 

The Mount Sinai Health System is an integrated health care system providing exceptional medical care to our local and global communities.

Site Supervisor: Dr. Steve Khalil

Contact Information: steve.khalil@mountsinai.org

Website Address: http://www.mountsinai.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2013

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Clinical)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Shadow the physicians and help with the diagnosis of patients.

 

NAMI Mercer 

We are an affiliate of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and of NAMI New Jersey, serving the Mercer County area. We provide education and support for individuals and families affected by mental illness, and advocate for lives of quality and respect, without stigma or discrimination.

Site Supervisor: Sally Osmer, LCSW

Contact Information: 609-799-8994 ext.11; jhaag@namimercer.org

Website Address: http://www.namimercer.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2012

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Mental Health, Research

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Design evaluation forms to be used in surveys; conduct the surveys; measure the effectiveness of their helpline and analyze the data to create a report on the findings.
  • Utilize NAMI Mercer’s current list of congregations to propose collaborations with NAMI Mercer in raising awareness of mental illness.
  • Serve as Project Coordinator for Mental Illness Awareness Week.

 

New Horizons Treatment Center 

New Horizon Treatment Services incorporates a multi-disciplined approach to helping clients achieve freedom from substance abuse and mental health disorders.

Site Supervisor: Elizabeth Miller, MS, LPC, LCADC

Contact Information: 609-394-8988 ext. 34; elizabeth.miller@nhts.net

Website Address: http://www.nhts.net/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Alcohol/Drug), Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitation/Mental Health)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Observe and co-facilitate group therapy.
  • Enter group notes in database.
  • Take attendance at staff meetings.
  • Assist with case manager.
  • Write DAP progress notes
  • Sit in on weekly treatment team meetings.

 

New Jersey Department of Human Services 

DHS serves seniors, individuals and families with low incomes; people with mental illnesses, addictions, developmental disabilities, or late-onset disabilities; people who are blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind; parents needing child care services, child support and/or healthcare for their children; and families facing catastrophic medical expenses for their children.

Site Supervisor: Ilene Palena, LSW

Contact Information: 609-777-0670

Website Address: http://www.state.nj.us/humanservices/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Social Work

Essential Job Functions:

  • Responsible for helping supervisors gather information and assemble necessary resources for federal grant proposals for the Projects in Assistance in Transition from Homelessness.
  • Help research statistics, organize data, and write reports.
  • Assist with client interviews and conduct outreach to homeless men in Trenton.

 

New Jersey Healthcare Quality Institute 

The New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute is the only independent, nonpartisan, multi-stakeholder advocate for health care quality in New Jersey. We are committed to improving health care quality and safety, expanding access to good care, and controlling costs for employers and consumers.

Our mission is to undertake projects and promote system changes that ensure that quality, safety, accountability and cost-containment are closely linked to the delivery of health care services in New Jersey.

Site Supervisor: Melissa Kostinas

Contact Information: mkostinas@njhcqi.org

Website Address: (609) 452-5980; http://www.njhcqi.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2011

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Research, Counseling (Wellness)

Essential Job Function:

  • Responsible for maintenance of initiative website/participants, presentation of progress and summary reports, as well as the creation and distribution of surveys for the smoking cessation project.
  • Serve to increase publicity for the project and organization, communicate with collaborators, and expand one’s knowledge of healthcare and the NJHCQI agenda by attending meetings.

 

North Jersey Friendship House 

North Jersey Friendship House is a non-profit organization that’s mission is to build the skills of individuals with varying abilities and developmental needs by providing, within a safe haven, comprehensive clinical treatment, vocational training and work opportunities in order to achieve meaningful and productive lives.

Site Supervisor: Amanda Heuting

Contact Information: 201-343-6000 ext. 4413; ahueting@njfriendshiphouse.org

Website Address: http://www.njfriendshiphouse.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2012

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Mental Retardation/Development Delays

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Responsible for working directly with adult clients with autism; help them master various skills across areas such as pre-vocational, life skills, and social skills.

 

Northern Burlington County Regional School District 

Site Supervisor: Janet Riordan (Lead Job Coach)

Contact Information: 609-298-7090; jriordan@nburlington.com

Website Address: http://www.nburlington.com/district/transportation.jsp

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2012

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Mental Retardation/Developmental Delays

Essential Job Functions:

  • Coach high school students in various work settings on campus as well as in the community.
  • Teach and reinforce appropriate work behaviors, task completion, and social interactions.
  • Attend IEP meetings and communicate with coworkers (child study team) and parents about best practices and employment/job skills goals for students.
  • Record data for students behavior interventions.

 

Ocean Mental Health Services, Bayside Program  

Special programs address special needs. Bayside is a partial day program that helps youth between the ages of 12 and 17 years old address their emotional and behavioral needs with education, counseling and support. This program prevents unnecessary hospitalizations, or effectively transitions a youth from hospitalization to successful home living.

Site Supervisor: Michelle Juska, MSW

Contact Information: 7323491977 ext. 150

Website Address: http://oceanmhs.org/child-family-services/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Art Therapy,Child Development and/or Family Services,Counseling (Alcohol/Drug),Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitiation/Mental Health),Social Work

Essential Job Functions:

  • Administrative work
  • Co-leading counseling groups.

 

OneMedPlace 

OneMedPlace is a research and media organization which provides the most promising ideas, technologies and companies in life sciences in a unique multimedia platform.

Site Supervisor: Varun Bajaj

Contact Information: 973-668-1220; vbajaj@onemedplace.com

Website Address: http://www.onemedplace.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2014

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Research, Market

Essential Job Functions:

  • Write articles for the company’s online news forum.
  • Contact investors and companies for potential ventures.

 

Pine Grove Day Camp

Pine Grove Day Camp is a summer camp in Wall Twp NJ for kids and teens ages 3-15.

Site Supervisor: Wendi-Sue Grisanti,

Contact Information: wendisue@pinegrovedaycamp.com

Website Address: http://www.pinegrovedaycamp.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Child Development and/or Family Services

Essential Job Functions:

  • Ensuring the safety of all campers, managing behavior issues, acting as a positive role model, actively participating in all creative and athletic actives, creating success opportunities for campers.

 

Pocono Mountain Recovery Center 

Pocono Mountain Recovery Center is a residential rehabilitation facility located in northeastern Pennsylvania. Length of stay is based upon the clinical needs of each resident. Our treatment programs are based upon the belief that alcoholism / chemical dependency is a primary disease that, if left untreated, can be fatal. We believe that in order to succeed, individuals must commit to and actively pursue their own recovery.

Site Supervisor: Gwen Glatthorn, MA, LPC, CAADC

Contact Information: 570-629-3270 ext. 114

Website Address: http://www.poconomountainrecoverycenter.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Alcohol/Drug)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Shadow counselors in individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Run small female group therapy sessions.
  • Document patient paperwork during sessions.
  • Interview incoming patients for prior history.

 

Princeton House Behavioral Health Women’s Program 

At Princeton House Behavioral Health, we have a long, proud history of helping women recover from acute mental health issues, and our Women’s Program is considered by many behavioral health professionals as the premier service of its kind in New Jersey. Utilizing evidence-based practices, our outpatient services address the special needs of women facing acute behavioral health crises involving trauma, trauma and addiction, or life transitions.

Site Supervisor: Katie Robbins, LCSW

Contact Information: 609-613-4316; krobbins@princetonhcs.org

Website Address: http://www.princetonhcs.org/phcs-home/what-we-do/princeton-house-behavioral-health/locations/outpatient–princetonwomen.aspx

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitation/Mental Health)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Participate in group therapy sessions.
  • Conduct client orientations for the program.

 

Princeton Medical Institute 

At Princeton Medical Institute, we believe in bringing cutting edge research out of the university and into the New Jersey community. With Clinical Research Trials in, Age- Associated Memory Impairment, Alzheimer’s Disease, Depression, Migraines, Postpartum Depression, Adult/Child Depression, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, and a number of other psychiatric and neurological diseases, we give you the opportunity to take the medication of the future – today.

Supervisor: Igor Grosman

Contact Information: 609-921-3555 ext. 15

Website Address: http://princetonmedicalinstitute.com/index.html

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Human Resources,Social Work

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Recruit participants for various studies, including Alzheimer’s, back pain, memory dysfunction, child development, depression, migraine, anxiety
  • Learn about each of the studies to adequately answer any and all questions participants/patients may have
  • Assist the research coordinators during their sessions
  • Practice taking notes, performing own sessions, and writing medical notes

 

Princeton Scoop 

PrincetonScoop is your source for all things local in the Greater Princeton, New Jersey area. We carefully curate everything and deliver to you what we think are the best things that Princeton has to offer. Dedicated to bringing Social Media to even the most technology-terrified, PrincetonScoop is the leading Social Media Company in the Greater Princeton, New Jersey area.

Site Supervisor: Melissa Klepacki

Contact Information: melissa@princetonscoop.com

Website Address: http://www.princetonscoop.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2012

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Marketing

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Interact with business owners in the Princeton area to educate them about Princeton Scoop.
  • Manage the Princeton Scoop Pinterest page for advertising purposes.

 

Princeton Sports and Family Medicine

The board certified physicians at Princeton Sports and Family Medicine diagnose and treat acute and chronic illnesses as well as practice preventative medicine. They also treat injuries in active individuals such as injuries of the joints, muscles and bones.

Site Supervisor: Richard Levadowski, M.D

Contact Information: 609-896-9190

Website Address: http://princetonmedicine.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2012

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Wellness)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Provide assistance in taking blood pressure, helping the medical receptionists, inputting information into the computer and transporting patients.
  • Setup for injections, EKGs, and other practices.

 

Princeton University Medical Center- Center for Eating Disorders Care

At the Center for Eating Disorders Care at University Medical Center of Princeton, we believe that seeking professional treatment for an eating disorder is a critical moment on the path to recovery. We understand the courage necessary to take this step, and we support our patients with the structure and care needed to facilitate the journey back to health.

Site Supervisor: Allison Lansky

Contact Information: 609-853-7572/alansky@princetonhcs.org

Website Address: https://www.princetonhcs.org/care-services/center-for-eating-disorders-care

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitiation/Mental Health)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Meal time monitoring, redirection of inappropriate behavior, bathroom observations, taking patients on recreational walks, charting of mealtime consumption, clerical work (building patient binders)
  • Provide direct patient emotional support.

 

Program of Assertive and Community Treatment 

CPC Behavioral Healthcare provides treatment and services designed to improve mental and emotional health for the more than 8,000 people served each year through its programs. The Agency’s three counseling centers, located in the Monmouth County towns of Aberdeen, Freehold and Red Bank, provide thousands of people with outpatient behavioral health services and include individual and group therapy, substance abuse treatment and specialized mental health therapies such as dialectical behavioral therapy and treatment for co-occurring disorders.

Site Supervisor: Thomas Guida, PhD, NCBF, MHS, BCETS

Contact Information: 856-428-7632

Website Address: http://www.cpcbehavioral.org/counseling-programs/adults/assertive-community-treatment/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2012

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Mental Health Counseling

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Provide support services which include personal care assistance (hygiene, grooming), life skill development  (nutrition, money management, medication monitoring), entitlement management and advocacy, and supportive counseling (emotional, vocational, and substance abuse support).
  • Coordinate services with other agencies.
  • Advocate with community service providers for ongoing, emergency, and other forms of health care for consumers.

 

Puerto Rican Family Institute 

The Puerto Rican Family Institute, founded in 1960, is a nonprofit, multi-program family oriented health and human service agency whose primary mission is to prevent family disintegration and enhance the self-sufficiency of the Latino community. The Puerto Rican Family Institute offers a comprehensive array of social and health care services that are culturally and linguistically relevant. Our core services include mental health treatment, crisis intervention, child placement prevention, adults residential care facilities, head start programs and education programs.

Site Supervisor: Thomas Crangle, LSW, MSW

Contact Information: 201-610-1446

Website Address: http://www.prfi.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2013

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling

Essential Job Functions:

  • Administrative duties such as copies, filing paperwork.
  • Observing staff meetings, providing case reviews, individual sessions, and co-facilitating group sessions.

 

PVH Corp. 

PVH Corp. is a group of over 30,000 associates operating across 40 countries and speaking 20 languages. They generated over $8 billion in revenues in 2015 through ownership of iconic brands such as Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Van Heusen, IZOD, ARROW, Speedo, Warner’s and Olga brands and market a variety of goods under owned and licensed brands.

Site Supervisor: Jennifer Wolf, MBA, PHR

Contact Information: jenniferwolf@pvh.com

Website Address: https://www.pvh.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2015

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Human Resources

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Responsible for college recruitment process.
  • Coordinate all stages of the interview process as well as assist with on-boarding.
  • Help coordinate Take Our Children to Work Day amongst various other projects.

 

Shore Regional High School

Site Supervisor: Kathleen Moretti, Guidance Counselor, MA

Contact Information: 732-222-9300 ex. 2110; kmoretti@shoreregional.org

Website Address: https://www.shoreregional.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Meetings with students/parents about college
  • Scheduling and personal issues
  • Observe disciplinary and IEP meetings
  • Create student handouts

 

SERV Behavioral Health System, INC  ADAPT Partial Care Program 

SERV Behavioral Health System is designed to assist adults who are working to recover from and cope with a mental illness as they negotiate the transition toward more independent living.

Through a structured and intensive program, each consumer receives individualized guidance toward the development of skills needed to live and work successfully in the community.

Site Supervisor: Theresa Lawton, B.A.

Contact Information: tlawton@servbhs.org; 609-662-3163

Website Address: https://servbhs.net/adapt-partial-care-day-program

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Art therapy, Music therapy, Occupational therapy

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Shadow staff as they facilitate psycho educational groups daily.
  • Assist staff with group tasks and activities, and provide support as needed under the supervision of staff.
  • Co-facilitating groups.
  • Interact with people diagnosed with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder on a weekly basis.

 

Shiloh CDC

The mission of the Shiloh Community Development Corporation is to improve the quality of life of residents in Trenton and neighboring communities through training in the areas of spirituality, family life services, cultural arts, education, health education and financial literacy.

Site Supervisor: Leonardo Galeano, B.A.

Contact Information: lgaleano@shilohcdc.org

Website Address: http://www.shilohcdc.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Child Development and/or Family Services, Human Resources, Industrial Organizational, Social Work

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Help create a motivational workshop/orientation for clients who came so that they were more motivated to continue participation in the program
  • Gave orientations to new clients every Wednesday
  •  Input client intakes into the computer system and take information from new clients.

 

Shrenik G. Shah, MD (Bloomfield office)

We take pride in our ability to provide complete healthcare for you and your family and have a proven track record of over 20 years, of not just meeting, but exceeding health care goals for thousands of patients like you.

Site Supervisor: Shrenik Shah, MD

Contact Information: (973) 356-3989

Website Address: http://www.drsshah.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Child Development and/or Family Services,Human Resources,Industrial Organizational,Social Work

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Observe interactions with patients, clinical examinations, discuss common disease ailments and treatment plans with doctor, and learn about research evidence for holistic approaches to treating patients.

 

Six Flags Great Adventure 

Role is responsible to actively and enthusiastically perform the daily functions of the Employment Center. HR Employment Center Representative’s are required to interact with Guests, Team Members, Leads, and Supervisors on a daily basis. Additionally, HR Employment Center Representative’s are required to occasionally work outdoors and closely with others.  Occasionally will work alone.  Will sometimes be exposed to direct sunlight, dust, dirt, and water.  Must be able to function in all weather conditions for long periods of time.

Site Supervisor: Lisa Bruce

Contact Information: 908-415-8416; send resume to LGBruce@SFTP.com

Website Address: https://www.sixflagsjobs.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship: Human Resources

Essential Job Functions: 

 

Somerset County Vocational and Technical School 

We pride ourselves in our ability to supplement our educational programs with support services geared to increasing emotional and social growth. These support services are crucial to engaging students in the educational environment and solidifying their career choices.

Site Supervisor: Chris Lemongelli, MSW

Contact Information: clemongelli@scvts.net

Website Address: https://www.scvths.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship: School counseling

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Talking with students, helping homework, going to lunch programs, filing paperwork, sitting in on classes, making parent phone calls, working with the drop-in center

 

Special Olympics New Jersey

Our mission is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.

Site Supervisor: Andrea Moore, MA

Contact Information: avm@sonj.org

Website Address: https://www.sonj.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship: Mental Retardation/ Developmental Delays, Recreational Therapy,Child Development and/or Family Services, and Occupational Therapy

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Manage data for studies, manage the Young Athletes social media account, help in preparation for events, and launch school young athletes programs.

 

St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center 

St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center, a non-profit facility sponsored by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Trenton, is committed to maximizing the quality of human life by providing comprehensive physical rehabilitation and related programs to meet the healthcare needs of our communities.

Site Supervisor: Bethany Rouland

Contact Information: brouland@slrc.org, send resume to Debbie at slrc.org

Website Address: http://slrc.org/ application on website

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2015

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Occupational Therapy

Essential Job Functions:

  • Setting and cleaning up equipment.
  • Assisting therapist with patients; providing empathy for them.
  • Transporting patients throughout the facility.

 

Summit Psychological Services 

Summit Psychological Services (SPS) is a unique multi-specialty psychotherapy practice serving northern and central New Jersey, New York City, and eastern Pennsylvania.

We specialize in an extraordinary array of psychological issues, psychological tests, personal-growth programs, and holistic practices–even horse-assisted therapy.

Site Supervisor: Dr. Jeffrey Kahn, PhD

Contact Information: (908) 273-5558 ext. 111

Website Address: http://www.summitpsychologicalservices.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Child Development and/or Family Services,Human Resources,Social Work

Essential Job Functions:

  • Talking to clients over the phone
  • Helping clients fill out intake paperwork
  • Researching topics for staff
  • Creating spreadsheets of client information

 

Sunnybrae Elementary School 

Site Supervisor: Phil Tenaglia, MA, School Psychologist

Contact Information: ptenaglia@hamilton.k12.nj.us

Website Address: http://www.hamilton.k12.nj.us/Sunnybrae.cfm

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Worked in a classroom for students with autism.
  • Acted as an instructional aide and worked one on one with students.
  • Helped complete housekeeping tasks for the students.

 

TCNJ Clinic 

The TCNJ Clinic is a community based training clinic located on The College of New Jersey campus in Forcina Hall.  The Clinic provides low cost counseling to couples, families and individuals related to communication, life cycle changes, career and school difficulties, stress and anxiety, depression, abuse, sexual dysfunction, infidelity, substance abuse and gender identity or sexual orientation. Clients will be seen by graduate level interns who are supervised by licensed professionals active in the field.

Site Supervisor: Jennifer Sparks

Contact Information: sparks@tcnj.edu

Website Address: https://clinic.tcnj.edu/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitation/Mental Health)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Facilitate psychoeducational groups to patients with mental disabilities.
  • Supervised client intakes and IDRC screenings used to assess for IOP alcohol/drug treatment (4 hours monthly)
  • Provide administrative support by answering phone calls and greeting clients
  • Help prepare for Mercer County IDRC weekend and Suicide Assessment trainings
  • Observe SMART recovery meetings.

 

TCNJ Institutional Review Board 

The IRB is responsible for establishing and administering institutional policies and procedures through which the College conforms to federal, state and local regulations that govern the protection of human subjects participating in research (human research subjects).

Site Supervisor: Dr. Tamra Bireta, PhD

Contact Information: tbireta@tcnj.edu; 6097713069

Website Address: http://irb.pages.tcnj.edu/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Psychology Department Oriented

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Write research manuals to help guide new researchers through the IRB process.
  • Manage incoming IRB proposals and reviewer feedback.
  • Attend IRB meetings.

 

TCNJ Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life 

Site Supervisor: Dave Conner, M. Ed.

Contact Information: conner@tcnj.edu

Website Address: https://fraternitysororitylife.tcnj.edu/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2015

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School), Research

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Conduct data analysis trends of Greek Life at TCNJ.

TCNJ Office of Human Resources

Site Supervisor: Kimberly Woods

Contact Information: 609-771-3079; woodski@tcnj.edu

Website Address: https://hr.tcnj.edu/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Human Resources/ Industrial Organizational

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Assist in Performance Management related tasks
  • Research on performance management
  • Organize non-unit and unionized employees performance appraisal based on timelines
  • Filing, copying, and creating personnel folders.

Teen Girls’ Program at Princeton House Behavioral Health 

Adolescence can be a difficult time of transition for girls, particularly those struggling with emotional trauma, substance abuse, and body image issues. The Teen Girls’ Program is a unique, comprehensive program that helps girls ages 13 to 18 who are suffering from both mood and behavioral issues. The program offers a supportive and safe environment for girls to explore developmental issues unique to young women as they transition into young adulthood.

Site Supervisor: Kim Gilroy, MSW, LCSW

Contact Information: 917-815-0344; kgilroy@princetonhcs.org

Website Address: https://www.princetonhcs.org/care-services/princeton-house-behavioral-health/treatment-programs/women/teen-girls-program

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Art Therapy,Counseling (Wellness),Counseling (Clinical/Rehabilitiation/Mental Health),Social Work

Essential Job Functions:

  • Observe psychoeducation, art therapy, and treatment team meetings
  • Supervise meals
  • Run building mastery groups
  • Prepare discharge paperwork
  • Make referral lists

 

The Hun School of Princeton

Site Supervisor: John McDevitt, MA

Contact Information: johnmcdevitt@hunschool.org

Website Address: https://www.hunschool.org/page

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Assisted the school counselling office with their development of a health and wellness curriculum for students
  • Work also involved: creating lesson plans about topics related to mental health (e.g. stress, bullying, mindfulness), delivering these lesson plans to students in class, helping the school’s mental health club promote mental health awareness, developing programs to provide support for students, and designing potential psychology classes.

 

TheraPet, Inc. 

The mission of TheraPet is to promote and perform animal assisted activities and animal assisted therapy in a variety of settings to provide comfort, companionship and positive interactions. To that end, TheraPet recruits, screens, trains and orients volunteers and their animals.

Site Supervisor: Alice Crans

Contact Information: 908-331-0025; acrans@comcast.net

Website Address: https://www.therapet.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2011

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Recreation Therapy

Essential Job Functions:

  • Observe handling of team trained animals for each environments.
  • Screen dogs for suitability.
  • Train dog for appropriate behaviors.
  • Make therapeutic visits in multiple settings; weekly in-person debriefings.

 

Trenton Area Soup Kitchen 

The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) is a private, non-sectarian, charitable organization that depends almost entirely on the help of dedicated volunteers and generous financial support from individuals, churches, local businesses and community organizations.

TASK provides more than 3,000 free meals per week to people in need in the Trenton area. We direct our activities toward helping patrons achieve healthier lifestyles, increased self-esteem, and self-sufficiency. To this end, TASK and agencies using our facility provide a wide array of social, community, and health services.

Site Supervisor: Morgan Tylus

Contact Information: morgan.tylus@gmail.com

Website Address: http://www.trentonsoupkitchen.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2011

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Mental Retardation/Developmental Delays

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Supervise residents of Visitation Home and students of the Day Program in their group homes.
  • Cook, clean, and spend time with residents; lead learning centers and support full-time staff as directed.

 

ToBeMindful 

ToBeMindful, mindfulness educators and trainers are committed to creating programs that meet your needs,  goals and objectives. Since inception, we have maintained a focus on providing opportunities for empowering people of all ages to learn practices to be aware of reactions, manage them and respond with intelligence and care.

The emphasis of all ToBeMindful programs is placed on building collaborative cultures. Effective, lasting, and thriving lives and work environments are key to success!

Site Supervisor: Trish Miele, B.S.

Contact Information: trish@tobemindful.com

Website Address: http://www.tobemindful.com/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (Wellness)

Essential Job Functions:

  • Attend mindfulness meditation sessions, complete the Mindful School’s Educator Essentials course.

 

UIH Family Partners 

UIH Family Partners, Trenton’s oldest non-profit, was established as an orphanage in 1859 by leading Trenton families. Today UIH still focuses on protecting children in families where one parent, frequently the father, does not live with their children. We serve more than 1,500 fathers a year, helping them love, mentor, and support their children.

Some of our free programs include work readiness (including soft skills development), job search and employment retention assistance, parenting education, computer literacy training, HSE (formerly GED) preparation, anger management, stress and time management, Dress2Impress, Daddy and Me Literacy, Family Night Out, Operation Fatherhood.

Site Supervisor: Carter Patterson, B.A. in Psychology

Contact Information: 609-721-2145; cpatterson@uih.org

Website Address: http://www.uihfamilypartners.org/about-1

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2016

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Social Work

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Group Observation, Clerical Work, Office Maintenance, Resume Building

 

University Heights Elementary School

Our school is committed to meeting the needs of all of our students. We value each child as an individual, with qualities that makes each his own person. Our school community helps to provide a positive, nurturing environment conducive to learning. Our mission is accomplished each day through the collaborative efforts of a wonderful staff, a talented group of parent volunteers and a very active and supportive PTA.

Site Supervisor: Erin Cosesntino, School Guidance Counselor

Contact Information: ecosentino@hamilton.k12.nj.us

Website Address: https://www.hamilton.k12.nj.us/domain/651

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School)

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Counseled individual students
  • Contacted and maintained contact with DCP&P
  • Taught guidance lessons in grades K-5
  • Co-chaired the Character Education Committee, Safe School Committee, Student of the Month Committee, and the Week of Respect Committee.

 

University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro 

University Medical Center of Princeton, a unit of Princeton HealthCare System, has been a leading teaching hospital for more than 30 years. We unite the superior quality care that patients receive at an academic hospital with an exceptional level of personal caring. This is just one of the many ways we are Redefining Care for our patients and their families.

Site Supervisor: Edward Callahan

Contact Information: 609-853-6010

Website Address: https://www.princetonhcs.org/our-locations/umcp

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Gerontology,Hospice Care,Human Resources,Occupational Therapy

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Volunteer twice a week on Critical Care unit and Emergency Department
  • Schedule and shadow a minimum of 12 shadowing observations throughout various departments of the hospital
  • Attend weekly healthcare lectures and field trips.

 

William Davies Middle School 

Site Supervisor: Andrew Disque, MA in School Psychology.

Contact Information: 1-856-278-0645; disquea@hamiltonschools.org

Website Address: http://davies.hamiltonschools.org/

Most Recent Semester Completed: 2017

Type of Internship/Field Experience: Counseling (School).

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Observation/participation in counseling individual and groups of students
  • Grading IQ tests
  • Observing child study team meetings
  • Interacting with parents, teachers, administrators and students
  • Participation in behavioral classroom creation and implementation.
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