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PLEASE PROVIDE A RESUME.  IF INTERESTED IN APPLYING, PLEASE COME BY UNIVERSITY CAREER SERVICES, ARC CENTER-2ND LEVEL CULP CENTER TO COMPLETE THE NECESSARY PAPERWORK.  POSITIONS WILL BE ADVERTISED UNTIL FILLED UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.


 


FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Based in Washington DC; Quantico, VA; Winchester, VA; Clarksburg, WV;

  SUMMER SEMESTER 2017

  MAJORS : CRIMINAL JUSTICE

JUNIOR - GRADUATE LEVELS

  JOB DESCRIPTION: Each year, outstanding students are recruited for the FBI internship program from colleges and universities throughout the country to work for approximately 10 weeks during the summer at select Field Office locations across the country or in FBI Headquarters (FBIHQ) divisions located in Quantico, Virginia; Winchester, Virginia; Clarksburg, West Virginia; and Washington, D.C.  The dates of the 2017 FBI Honors Internship Program (HIP) are from June 17, 2017 to August 18, 2017.

 The HIP is a paid internship that offers undergraduates, graduates or post doctorate students throughout the country an exciting insider’s view of FBI operations and an opportunity to explore career opportunities within the Bureau.  The HIP will offer interns a broad overview of the FBI’s operations.  One objective of the HIP is to provide these bright and goal-oriented individuals with potential employment opportunities within the FBI after obtaining their degree or upon obtaining sufficient work experience. 

 Candidates who participate in the Honors Internship Program have the opportunity to gain insight into a broad range of FBI careers. During the program, candidates will:

 Work side-by-side with Special Agents and Professional Staff in field offices nationwide and at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

  • Gain exposure to important cases, major projects, and critical management issues
  • Obtain a Top Secret security clearance
  • Earn compensation at the GS-2 to GS-7 hourly rates
  • Participate in some investigative activities and work on projects essential to the Bureau’s mission

  SALARY: PAID (TBD)

  HOURS : TBD

 The 2017 HIP will be posted on the FBI’s website at www.fbijobs.gov from August 26, 2016 – October 14, 2016.  Additional information regarding the HIP can be found at the following link:  https://www.fbijobs.gov/students/undergrad.  Once you have received the internship position, academic credit may be available through University Career Services Internship Program.



FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT CLINIC
Based in JOHNSON CITY, TN

SPRING SEMESTER 2017 (CONTINUOUS SEMESTERS)

  MAJORS : CRIMINAL JUSTICE / PSYCHOLOGY / SOCIOLOGY / SOCIAL WORK / EDUCATION / COUNSELING AND HUMAN SERVICES

JUNIOR - GRADUATE LEVELS

  JOB DESCRIPTION: The FJDCC is an agency which provides assistance to Judges in the First Judicial District by evaluating high conflict families with children who are embroiled in custody and/or visitation disputes.  The successful candidate will be capable of independent work responsibilities, collaboration with a multidisciplinary team, effective communication skills, as well as dependable and capable of crisis intervention when necessary.  The intern will work under the direct supervision of Janie A. Short, LCSW, and will be primarily responsible for providing monitoring of court-ordered supervised visitations between parents with impairment (e.g., substance abuse, anger management, poor boundaries, etc.) and their minor children.  In addition, the intern will participate in forensic evaluations of high conflict families who are referred to the FJDCC.  This is an excellent opportunity for a student interested in direct exposure to family and human dynamics.  

 The work environment for this position varies as needed and will be explained at the initial interview.  

 SALARY: Unpaid /Volunteer

  HOURS : 10-19 (1 credit hour)

DEADLINE: PAPERWORK MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO THE START OF THE SEMESTE


SMALL MIRACLES THERAPEUTIC EQUESTRIAN CENTER, INC.
KINGSPORT, TN

SPRING SEMESTER 2017

MAJORS: EDUCATION / PSYCHOLOGY/SOCIOLOGY/ HUMAN SERVICES / INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

SOPHOMORE – SENIOR LEVELS

JOB DESCRIPTION

Small Miracles is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1995 through love to enhance the physical, emotional and cognitive growth of individuals with special needs through equine assisted activities and therapies (EAAT). Small Miracles is an affiliate member of PATH Intl.; all of our instructors are certified through PATH Intl. and are first aid/CPR trained. Our facility is located on 11 fenced acres; including indoor, outdoor riding arenas, equine barn, prayer chapel and numerous shelter/storage sheds. We provide approximately 75 equine assisted activities each week.

Desired Qualities of Internship Applicant: Candidate shall complete Volunteer Training and Orientation. The individual must be empathetic with a complete understanding of our mission to serve the special needs community. One must posses' sound judgment, maturity, humility, good decision-making skills and a servant's heart. CPR, first aide training is desirable. Must be willing to do whatever needs to be done; excellent team worker.

SALARY: Volunteer

HOURS: 10-19 (1 Credit Hour)

DEADLINE: All Paperwork must be received prior to the start of the semester.


MOUNTAIN YOUTH ACADEMY 
MOUNTAIN CITY, TN

 SPRING SEMESTER 2017 (CONTINUOUS SEMESTERS)

  MAJORS : CRIMINAL JUSTICE / PSYCHOLOGY / SOCIOLOGY / SOCIAL WORK / EDUCATION / COUNSELING AND HUMAN SERVICES

SOPHOMORE - GRADUATE LEVELS

 JOB DESCRIPTION:  Mountain Youth Academy is a residential treatment center for young adolescents (male and female) ages 7 through 17.  The successful candidate will be a clinical, programmatic, and/or education intern who will contribute to the effective implementation of individual treatment plan of students through line of sight supervision, provision of clinical services (including group and recreational opportunities), positive interaction and role modeling, direct and clinical care, and appropriate scoring of behaviors of students. Intern will provide appropriate crisis intervention as necessary by anticipating and responding quickly to escalating behaviors, utilizing de-escalation techniques to diffuse the situation, correctly prioritizing safety concerns, and following proper restraint technique guidelines as needed.

The work environment for this position is a residential facility setting. While performing the duties of this internship, the intern will be exposed to students who may ask inappropriate personal questions, display socially unacceptable personal behaviors, use profanity and make insulting remarks or threats.

 *NOTE:  Successful candidates must have a background check, drug screen and acceptance by the State of Tennessee DCS criteria.  A seven-day training will be required. 

 SALARY:   Volunteer - Unpaid

 HOURS : 10-19 HOURS PER WEEK  (1 CREDIT HOUR)

 DEADLINE: ALL PAPERWORK MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO START OF SEMESTER: EMPLOYER TRAINING DATES MAY REQUIRE EARLIER COMPLETION

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