Intern with Us

The application period for Spring 2017 Graduate internships has ended. We are currently accepting Undergraduate applications for the 2017 academic year.

Valley Youth House offers internship opportunities for students pursuing an Associates, Bachelors or Postgraduate degree. Internships are offered in human services, development, recreation, administration, finance and public relations. Students completing internships are required to work at least 168 hours per semester and may intern for one, two or three semesters. Each student is assigned an internship supervisor based on their career goals and licensing/degree needs (LSW, LCSW, LPC, PhD) and will receive weekly supervision as well as regular evaluations.

Click here to see the Valley Youth House Internship Manual, which you may read online or print out for future reference. If you would like to apply for an internship at Valley Youth House, you may fill out the application below.

Internship Application

Please review the Internship Manual posted on the Valley Youth House website prior to completing this application.
  • Personal Information

    Please select at least THREE choices. Selecting programs that you are not eligible for will delay processing of your application; please refer to the Internship Manual for eligibility.
  • Education

  • Please enter the following: 1. Name/Location of School 2. Course of Study 3. # Yrs Completed 4. Did you graduate 5. Degree/Diploma
  • Please enter the following: 1. Name/Location of School 2. Course of Study 3. # Yrs Completed 4. Did you graduate 5. Degree/Diploma
  • Please enter the following: 1. Name/Location of School 2. Course of Study 3. # Yrs Completed 4. Did you graduate 5. Degree/Diploma
  • Please enter the following: 1. Name/Location of School 2. Course of Study 3. # Yrs Completed 4. Did you graduate 5. Degree/Diploma
  • Languages, Computer Skills, Certifications, Sales Training, etc.
  • Work History

    Social Services, Prior Internships, or Volunteer Experiences
  • Personality

  • Digital Signature

    PLACEMENT AS AN INTERN IN ANY VALLEY YOUTH HOUSE PROGRAM IS CONTINGENT UPON THE FOLLOWING: CURRENT CHILD ABUSE and CRIMINAL HISTORY CHECKS: indicating the applicant has not been a perpetrator of a founded report of child abuse PROFESSIONAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE: The agency maintains a group insurance policy to protect employees, interns, and volunteers in the cases where claims involving professional malpractice are made against them. This protection is revoked in claims which involve situations where the employee, intern, and volunteer has failed to act in accordance with agency directives, practices, policies and procedures. VALID DRIVERS LICENSE (WHERE APPLICABLE) Criteria for driving approval includes no serious violations or accidents (for which the applicant was at fault) within the last three years. Serious violations would be considered driving under the influence, a suspended license, etc. Additional criteria includes two or more (non-parking) violations or two or more minor accidents which the applicant was identified as being at fault. MEDICAL BENEFITS: Interns are not covered under the agency's medical insurance. RESEARCH: Undergraduate and Graduate students completing internships at the agency are often interested in undertaking research projects in fulfillment of their degree requirements that involve using case records, interviewing agency clients, or obtaining information from agency employees. Research projects involving Valley Youth House must be pre-approved by the student internship coordinator. Please review the Valley Youth House research project statement outline and research project guide for graduate student interns. Time Requirement: A commitment to a minimum of twelve hours per week for the entire semester (ten week summer, fifteen week spring or fall) is required.
  • I HAVE READ THE ABOVE CONDITIONS OF PLACEMENT AND REVIEWED THEM. ADDITIONALLY I CONFIRM THAT ALL THE INFORMATION IN THIS APPLICATION IS TRUE.
  • Example: MM/DD (DO NOT enter year)