Internships & Job Opportunities
Internship & Job Opportunities
Students are encouraged to seek out as many internship opportunities as possible during their college careers either as volunteers, for academic credit, as part-time paying jobs or as a combination of these experiences.
Information about internships and job opportunities will be posted here as they become available.
REQUIREMENTS FOR M.A AND PPS CREDENTIAL IN COUNSELOR EDUCATION:
To obtain the PPS Credential in School Counseling, you are required to complete 9 units of Field Experience at two public school levels totaling 600 hours through EDCO 292.
**EdCo 292 is not required for M.A candidates, but highly recommended**
For more information regarding the requirements for the field experience, as well
as a list of resources to help students find internships, please visit the Internship Program Requirements page.
Current Job and Internship Listings
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Monte Vista Christian School is hiring a High School College and Career Advisor/Registrar for the upcoming school year. This position will entail working with a team of College and Career Advisors to assist students to develop their God given gifts and find a college of their choice.
The primary responsibilities include:
Vision, health, dental, life, and 403B
How to apply:
Please send a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
More information can be found at: www.mvcs.org
Hayward High School counseling department is looking for interns for the 2013-2014 school year. Prefer intern for entire school year. Hayward High School is a traditional public school in Hayward with a diverse, mostly at-risk student population. Interns will have the opportunity to work 1-on-1 with students as well as provide in classroom counseling presentations. Contact Paul Gonsalves, counselor, at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
For those of you who are not familiar with AIESEC, as the world's largest student
run organization, AIESEC is present in 113 countries. AIESEC provides students the
opportunities to fully immerse oneself in another culture, while developing oneself
professionally and personally. With this being said, we offer international exchange
opportunities in four categories: volunteer work, business, education, or technology.
For more detailed information, please look at our tumblr site:
Academic Advising Center: Seeking Peer Advisor For more info go to:
Counseling Internship Opportunity available for Fall 2013 and Spring 2014. No stipend or pay. Prefer commitment for year-long commitment, but half-year would be okay. If interested in the position, please contact Dr. Roberts at 408-476-6907
The College Guidance Counselor advises students to fulfill requirements for high school graduation in a private consulting environment while helping students best prepare for selective college admissions. S/he introduces students to the full intellectual richness of learning opportunities in college, supports students in their high school academic and extracurricular pursuits, and instills in them a deep sense of personal identity while being fully integrated in their school communities. This means different advice for different students, leading to our emphasis on extended one-on-one interaction between students and guidance counselors at IvyClimbing located in Sunnyvale, California. Website: www.IvyClimbing.com.
EOP is now accepting Peer Mentor applications for our “I Can, I Will” program for the Fall 2013 semester.
“I Can, I Will” is a First-Year Experience program focused on increasing the retention and graduation rates of African-American and Latino males in the SJSU EOP Program. Fall 2013 will be the program's third year and we are excited to offer employment opportunities to the campus at large.
The position is restricted to African-American or Latino males who are upper-division or graduate students with a 3.0 GPA or above. The position is paid at $10.50/hour. The online job application can be found at: http://www.sjsu.edu/eop/Students/Current/Jobs/index.html
Applications are due to the EOP Front Desk no later than February 14, 2013 by 4pm.
Hillsdale High School is looking for trainees/interns for the 2013-2014 school year. Download this document for more info.
Youth and Family Services of Fremont, CA has positions available for counseling interns.
Interns will work approximately 20 hours a week, starting from the last week of August
2013 until the third week of June 2014.
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is seeking academic counselors for our summer programs. CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented elementary, middle, and high school students from across the country and around the world. Positions are available at residential and day sites at 24 east and west coast locations and in Hong Kong.* Information regarding our summer programs can be found atcty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer.
What is an Academic Counselor?
The academic counselor position at CTY is similar to that of a school counselor. As a member of the site administrative team, the academic counselor provides short-term goal-focused counseling services and supports with the CTY residential and instructional staff in meeting the social, emotional, and educational needs of students. Academic counselors observe classes, participate in student activities, facilitate workshops for students and staff, and maintain regular office hours. The academic counselor is often a point of contact for families and assists in coordinating efforts to accommodate students with disabilities and special needs. For full descriptions of the residential and day positions, please visit http://cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer/positions.
Why work for CTY?
Core Dates for 2013*
*For a full list of locations and dates, please visit
COUNSELING INTERNS NEEDED
Small charter high school with integrative curriculum seeks counseling interns for its daily advisory program and general student support. Get involved with a new school that is merging college preparation with real-world experience. Interns will work closely with staff to help students meet their academic needs, build a positive school culture, reflect on social issues, and develop skills of self-management.
Communitas Charter High School (www.communitascharter.org) opened in August 2012 with sixty 9th and 10th graders and plans to expand to 150 students next year. Its innovative program focuses on inquiry-based learning with thematic studies across the disciplines. The school also emphasizes mindfulness practice, personal reflection, and service learning.
SJSU Career Center has an opening for a Career Counseling Intern.
The career counseling intern will serve as a member of the professional counseling
staff in providing counseling and career development education to the students of
San JoseStateUniversity. This internship is designed as a learn-and-observe process
during the first semester and a hands-on application of career counseling activities
in the second semester. Under the supervision of a career counselor the intern will
assume counseling responsibilities which include career advising, presenting workshops
and assisting with career related events.
The Central County Occupational Center (CCOC) is seeking counseling services interns. Please contact Chantu Nguyen.
Central County Occupational Center (CCOC) is a public regional occupational center providing career technical education to high-school students and adults residing in six local high school districts: Campbell Union, East Side Union, Los Gatos Saratoga Joint Union, Milpitas Unified, San Jose Unified, and Santa Clara Unified.
Bay Area Regional Health Inequities Initiative (BARHII) is seeking an intern
Under the guidance of the BARHII Executive Director and Program Manager, the intern will be responsible for spearheading the following project:
Development of resources to share with public health and education agencies via BARHII’s learning community and/or regional convenings that identify local and national best practices in policy and programming which aim to increase educational attainment. Some aspects of this project are to (1) research and recommend priority data indicators for monitoring educational milestones such as pre-school, kindergarten readiness, 3rd grade reading, college preparation, high school graduation, etc., (2) identify successful education system policies that increase equitable, quality education and decrease the educational achievement gap, and (3) research successful public health programming and/or collaborations with schools which integrate educational attainment goals into public health practice.
College of Engineering is seeking a full-time Academic Advisor.
The Academic Advisor, as part of the Engineering Student Success Center team, reports to and receives work from the Assistant Director for Advising providing primarily 1-on-1 and small group academic advising to undergraduates in the College of Engineering. This includes academic probation advising, general education advising, transfer student advising and other support services as well as interpreting and explaining CoE, SJSU, and CSU policies and procedures. The advisor will also gain knowledge of campus resources and refer students as appropriate.
For a more thorough job description and qualifications, download the job description document here.
EOP Graduate Assistant Position
Latino College Pre Charter, East San Jose
Two immediate internship opportunities (none paid) for graduate students. Potential interns will be counseling high performing graduating seniors and juniors in East San Jose at Latino College Prep Charter. The internship opportunities are pretty much open Monday through Thursday from 9:00am to 3:30pm, interns can come during these hours. Interns would need to be able commit for at least a semester. Schedules are workable. This is a great opportunity to for interns becoming involved in teaching workshops with students at different themes each week.
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