Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Children’s Home + Aid! Every day volunteers support Children’s Home + Aid’s mission – to give children help, hope and opportunity. A variety of volunteer opportunities are available from weekly to once a month to a one-time event or activity. Click below to learn more about volunteer opportunities available in your community or to contact your regional volunteer coordinator. Metropolitan Chicago Region Central Region Northern Region Southern Region Internships Children’s Home + Aid may provide students from accredited universities or colleges with formal internship or field placement programs in relevant fields of study with an opportunity to apply their theoretical learning within a practical setting. Metropolitan Chicago Region: Vera Junge at firstname.lastname@example.org Central Region: Larissa McIlvain, at LmcIlvain@childrenshomeandaid.org Northern Region: Angelina Hodges at email@example.com Volunteers in Action Back to top
Internship OpportunitiesUCAN welcomes the opportunity to be a part of your educational and professional development in the field of human services. We also welcome the opportunity for you to share your fresh perceptions, enthusiasm, and talent with us and the children and families of Chicago. UCAN values the input and perspective of student interns and considers them valued members of the treatment team. We are invested in making your educational experience at UCAN one that gives you real-world human service experience and enhances your professional development. UCAN interns participate in ongoing training and development opportunities including UCAN orientation, individual supervision, group supervision and team meetings, mentoring and shadowing, agency-wide training sessions, outside training opportunities, in-service and on the job training. "I was so grateful for the vast learning opportunities with supportive supervisions and trainings.
APA-Accredited Internship Program Chicago, Illinois (IL) - Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical CenterAdvocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center is a 408-licensed bed hospital that provides a comprehensive array of behavioral health services to the north side of Chicago, including the medical populations of Illinois Masonic. These services, provided through Advocate Illinois Masonic Behavioral Health Services, include a full complement of child, adolescent, adult, inpatient, outpatient and community services. Illinois Masonic serves a population that is comprised of a range of socio-economic levels, and a wide variety of ethnic and cultural groups. IMMC's internship program adheres to a practitioner-scholar model. Professional development occurs through experiential learning achieved through provision of clinical services combined with scholarly inquiry. The clinical psychology internship program at Illinois Masonic strives to fulfill several major goals: Fulfillment of goals is reflected through regularly scheduled competency assessments and supervisory evaluations.
Join Our Team - Cornerstone Counseling Center of ChicagoAs growing and expanding organization, we are seeking experienced, dynamic, innovative and organized individuals to join our team! We are a positive, team-oriented, mission-driven staff of clinicians and administrators whose priority is to provide exceptional work on all levels. Cornerstone Counseling Center of Chicago provides exceptional counseling and personal development services to individuals of all ages, couples, and families from a faith-based perspective. Our therapists incorporate cutting edge tools into their work with clients and every client receives individualized care based on their needs and goals. The mission of CCCOC is to empower people to reach their spiritual, relational and emotional potential through exceptional counseling and personal development services. See the links below for our current openings! Clinical Positions Accounting Manager Staff Accountant Licensed Clinical Psychologist Spanish-Speaking Therapist Licensed Therapist with Trauma Expertise
Youth Guidance Internships - Youth GuidanceIf you are interested in working with children, teens and parents in a school setting, or if you are interested in enhancing your administrative skills in a not-for profit setting, Youth Guidance can help you fulfill your requirements and provide you with career experience. You can help Chicago’s youth in the process. Youth Guidance offers internships in direct service as well as with administrative departments such as Research, Evaluation, and Technology, Human Resources and Program Management. The majority of our internship placements happen in September at the start of the school year. However, other opportunities may be available depending on your needs and interests. If you are interested in interning with Youth Guidance, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Marketing & Development Internship