Counseling & Wellness Center

Case Management Internship

Deadline for 2018-2019 intern applications is Thursday March 29, 2018 at 5:00pm

Counseling Center: Internship Program Highlights

  • An opportunity to help Chico State students access services to promote academic, emotional, and social improvement
  • Located on campus with flexible schedule and responsibilities
  • A staff rich in diversity (ethnic background, sexual orientation, clinical interest areas)
  • Regular supervision meetings with LCSW focusing on professional use of self
  • Learning how to make referrals and navigate the health care field including how to support others with health insurance issues
  • Opportunities for contact, collaboration, and relationship building with community resources on and off campus
  • Case management experience with a diverse population of students having a broad range of presenting issues
  • Opportunities to co-lead skill building and process groups with counselors
  • Participation in special projects and community liaison experience for social work trainees


Application Materials:

Case Manager Internship Announcement 2018-2019

Candidates should submit the following materials to the Chris Sims in the Counseling and Wellness Center (SSC 430) by Thursday March 29, 2018 by 5:00pm.

1. Typed Resume

2. Completed Reference Form from the School of Social Work (School of Social Work Reference form)

3. Letter of Intent

    Letter should be between one and two pages and include the following information:

     a.)How past experiences have prepared you for an internship in a college mental health setting
     b.)Areas of desired development
     c.)How this internship will contribute to your future professional pursuits.

 Testimonial from past Case Manager Acacia:

“Interning at the counseling center as a BSW student has been an enlightening learning opportunity. Supervision has been invaluable to this experience and has not only been helpful in the clinical aspect but has allowed me to grow both professionally and personally while being supported. We learn to work with clients both individually and in groups, which allow us to hone our skills as future social workers. The connections made both with staff and community members has been a great networking experience that will be helpful when entering the field. I feel honored to be a part of the team at the counseling center and I will cherish my short time here.”