Internship Opportunities

Internship OpportunitiesInternships are available in both the Children’s Home of Stockton K-12 Non-Public School and in the Children’s Home of Stockton Residential Treatment Program.

RESIDENTIAL

The Residential Treatment Program accepts Masters-level interns working on their MSWI or II internships.  Currently, Children’s Home has internship agreements in place with CSU Sacramento, CSU Stanislaus, and Walden University. Those individuals interesting in a Masters Internship should contact their University office of Field Education on how to secure an internship with CHS.

NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL

The Non-Public School Education Program accepts Bachelor and Masters-level interns in the fields of Special Education, Education Psychology, Sociology, Psychology and Social Sciences.  Currently, Children’s Home has internship agreements with the University of the Pacific and the University of Phoenix.

All internships are unpaid and interns must meet State of California Community Care Licensing or State Department of Education requirements with regard to criminal background checks, TB Immunization clearance, and other requirements.

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My name is Crystal. In 2009, I was attending Cal State University-Stanislaus, working on my Master’s degree in Social Work, when I started working part-time at the Children’s Home of Stockton while I was in school.

In addition to working part-time, I decided to do my Master’s degree Internship under the guidance of the Lead Clinical Program Manager for the Delta Cottage Program. The Internship program at CHS is comprehensive, challenging, and was an experience that helped me grow as a Social Worker.

Through the Internship, I learned the various aspects of the Child Welfare system which has proven to be useful in my current position as a foster family social worker and I believe would be useful in any social service position.