Opportunities with National Institute for Change
The National Institute for Change has ongoing enrollment for Master’s Level Counselor (LPC) and Social Worker (MSW) Candidates. We also accept Metropolitan State University Human Services and Healthcare Administration interns, as well as other Bachelor’s level administrative interns.
Because our client population is predominantly court involved, we are looking for assertive clinicians who connect well with our demographic, demonstrate creative initiative, empathy and administrative strengths. Groups are our primary treatment modality, so a passion for therapeutic groups is also desired. Opportunities for individuals, psycho-educational groups, and intakes are also plentiful for Master’s level candidates.
The length of our internships is eight months to one year with the completion of your intern hours coinciding with completion of a semester or summer session. We do this to provide continuity of care for our clients. Our summer sessions tend to be the least competitive. We encourage you to apply early as we have many applicants.
Master’s level interns are required to complete the jurisprudence and receive their Registered Psychotherapist with DORA prior to beginning internship.
To begin the application process for an internship at NIC, please email a resume, cover letter and three references along with an anticipated start date to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in employment at NIC, please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Our apprenticeship program allows clinicians new to the forensic field to receive intensive supervision while employed at a part-time level. In addition to fostering clinical skills, this program guides participants through the process becoming either a CACII or DVOMB Approved Provider.
NIC is always accepting resumes for passionate clinicians wanting to work with forensic clients. If you are interested in employment at NIC, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.