Internships at JRI
Creating a workplace in which diversity is valued and cultural humility is promoted are core values of JRI. Efforts to recruit, promote, and support culturally and linguistically diverse professionals as well as seek to mirror the demographics of the people we serve are critical to the success of our programs.
How To Become an Intern at JRI
- Explore the list of internship opportunities within our community-based services division in the menu above by selecting Intern in the "Select a Job Type" box. For a complete list of internship opportunities, please view the list here.
- Complete the application.
- If the program you are interested in does not have a link, please reach out to the Program Director, or one of our internship coordinators, Amy Sypher, Program Development Specialist at [email protected] Or Erika Perone-Bailey at [email protected]
- A representative from the program will be in touch to schedule an interview.
What Our Interns Are Saying About JRI
I think of my internship experience with JRI as a pivotal part of my social work education and my application of theories into practice. JRI provided me with access to various clinical experiences working with children, families, and groups, numerous training and learning opportunities, and an outpouring of support and supervision from my colleagues and supervisors. The staff here and my supervisor, Michelle, made me so feel welcomed as part of their team, supported me through every clinical challenge, and valued my clinical observations, ideas, and contributions as an intern. The collaborative nature, the energy of our team and office, the support I received from all staff members and supervisors, and the fulfilling work I get to engage in with the clients and families we serve here at JRI made it an easy decision for me when JRI offered me a position to stay on the team after my internship was completed. JRI not only granted me an invaluable internship experience, it offered me an environment to jumpstart my career and to cultivate the values that are most important to me as a social worker.