Published for 11 Days
| Onsite | Part Time | All Locations Unpaid

AWS offers undergraduate internship opportunities year-round.

Each year, we take approximately five students from different schools across the country and provide learning opportunities within our BHH program. Our bachelor students are provided with an immersive experience doing care coordination (case management) alongside seasoned professionals and working on an interdisciplinary team, where their input is as essential as that of any other provider. Our undergraduate students are trained in a variety of skills, including communication and rapport building, advocacy, self-reflection, cultural competency, critical thinking, time management, crisis intervention, assessment and treatment plan writing, boundary setting, and many more. The opportunities for new experiences and growth are vast in the placement that we offer. Students are provided with weekly individual supervision from a licensed clinician, as well as bi-weekly group supervision and continuous peer supervision within the team. Case management work is widely thought of as the foundation of everything that we do in the field of social work, and students always walk away from this intensive but rewarding placement feeling prepared and excited for the next steps in their journey.

  • Current MHRT-C or MHRT-C provisional or eligible for a MHRT-C
  • Ability to think independently and make decisions
  • Compliance with agency, state, and federal guidelines
  • Driving is an essential part of your position and responsibilities
  • Must pass a background check and not be on the state or federal suspension and debarment list
  • Must pass criminal and CPS background check
  • Physical Demands: Typing for long periods of time with proper breaks, lifting up to 20 lbs, walking up stairs, and standing for periods of time
  • Direct client work work experience to enhance the strength of your resume.
  • Becoming part of the AWS team, providing quality services to clients in Southern Maine.
  • Enhancement of the skills and knowledge base of resources in the Southern Maine area
  • Opportunity to participate and be active with a dynamic team of social service providers
  • On-going support and supervision.
  • Opportunity to be considered for employment with AWS
  • Flexible scheduling is available for students in accordance with your needs and the needs of your school
  • Internship hours must occur during our normal business hours- no internship hours are available on nights or weekends.
  • We request a commitment to a consistent schedule that is agreed upon for the duration of your placement.