Social Work Intern Supervision

Social Work Internships grow future non-profit leaders, clinicians, and policy makers.  Leaving the four walls of their classrooms, students are exposed to the realities of individuals, groups and communities.  They plan and implement interventions, hone communication skills, and grapple with competing perspectives, regulations, funding streams, theories and personalities.  They become valuable members of a team and are able to add opportunities, resources, and staff to your program.

If you are interested in hosting a Social Work Intern at your site, let Youth Development Solutions help you by

  • Designing the internship opportunity
  • Providing Master Level Supervision to Administration and Policy Students
  • Completing education plans
  • Completing evaluations