This program currently pays a $2,000 stipend for the academic year, and students are currently compensated with approved para-professional hours in efforts of completing Master's Degree Fieldwork or Internship program. Graduate Student Interns have special interests in working in counseling departments, in which duties range between learning and understanding academic, career, students with disabilities, as well as teaching in Student Development courses.
The Glendale College Counseling office interviews approximately 10 applicants each year from varying universities, but selects usually three of those potential candidates. This internship is a 1-year commitment, of fall and spring semesters at a minimum of 10 hours per week. Intern duties are, but not limited to:
- Drop-in counseling
- Individual counseling
- Orientation workshops
- Basic Skills presentations
- Student success workshops
- Co-teach STDV 100/101/103/125
- Complete Student Ed Plans
- Attend counseling division meetings
Hello Interested Graduate Students:
The Glendale College Internship is now open to accept applications for Fall 2020/Spring 2021. Please follow the link to fill out your application and follow directions strictly. Interviews will be held the month of April 2020. On behalf of Glendale College, I look forward in receiving your application.
Jonn Aque, M.S.
Graduate Internship Coordinator
To be considered for the Glendale College Counseling Internship Program, the completed application and all supporting documents must be received by email in the Counseling Office by Monday, March 30, 2020, at 5:00pm.
a) Internship Application
b) Cover Letter
d) 1 Letter of Recommendation from faculty member
Send the application and all supporting documents to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants will be screened and notified by email or phone whether an interview is granted. A limited number of applicants will be invited for an interview during the month of April 2020.
Glendale College is an equal opportunity agency.