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Graduate Student Positions


Master's Practicum

The Student Counseling Center has master’s level practicum/internship Graduate Teaching Assistantships available during the academic year which includes summer, fall and spring semesters (20-hours per week). In this position, the intern will provide individual and group counseling, complete intakes, provide referrals, conduct student consultations, and outreach programming. Individual supervision, group supervision, and in-service training will be provided by professional staff. Applicants must be available on Friday mornings from 8:30-10:30 a.m. for staff meetings and group supervision. Masters level students (Mental Health Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy) are welcome to apply.

 

Doctoral Practicum

The Student Counseling Center has Graduate Teaching Assistantships available during the academic year (16-20 hours per week, August to May). In this position, the intern will provide individual and group counseling, complete intakes, provide referrals, conduct student consultations, and outreach programming. Individual supervision, group supervision, and in-service training will be provided by professional staff. Applicants must be available on Friday mornings from 8:30-10:30 a.m. for staff meetings and group supervision. Doctoral level students (Clinical Psychology and Counseling Psychology) are welcome to apply.

 

Walk-in Clinic Counseling Intern

The Student Counseling Center has Graduate Teaching Assistantships available during the academic year (10-20 hours per week, August to May; Doctoral stipend: $1092.50 for .25; $1,748 for .4 GA; $2,185 for .5 GA). In this position, interns will complete screenings, student consultations, provide referrals and resources, and brief supportive counseling to students who are in emotional distress and/or seeking information on available services. Additionally, the intern will be managing interactions with students to ensure appropriate level of support is provided in an efficient manner. It is preferred that applicants are available Friday mornings from 8:30-9:30am for staff meeting. Group supervision is available upon request. Work hours will primarily be from 10:00am-3:00pm. Doctoral level students (Clinical Psychology and Counseling Psychology) are welcome to apply. 

 

Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling Intern

The Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center (ASAC) has Graduate Teaching Assistantships available during the academic year (20 hours per week, August to May). The ASAC intern completes intakes, brief consultations, individual and group counseling, and conducts alcohol and drug related assessments and outreach presentations. Primary emphasis is placed on substance use/addiction as the primary presenting client concern; the ASAC intern also periodically provides individual counseling services to Student Counseling Center (SCC) clients. There is also the opportunity to manage ASAC and SCC social media accounts. Interns must be available on Friday mornings from 8:30-10:30 a.m. for staff meetings and group supervision. Master’s and doctoral level counseling students are welcome to apply.

 

Grief and Loss Outreach Intern

The Student Counseling Center has one Graduate Teaching Assistantship available during the academic year (20 hours per week, June to May). General responsibilities include: developing and organizing campus events related to death, loss and bereavement; outreach programming on grief-related topics, marketing UCS grief events and counseling services, as well as providing clinical training workshops for the student leadership and members of Active Minds OSU chapter. This position may include providing grief counseling for students (in individual and group therapy formats), but may not serve as an internship or practicum site for counseling students as there is no guarantee counseling will be a component of this position. Individual supervision and in-service training will be provided by the professional staff. Applicants must be available on Friday mornings from 8:30-10:30 a.m. for staff meetings and group supervision. The position is open for masters and doctoral-level students and funded through the Remember the Ten Scholarship Program. For information about what our current Grief and Loss Intern is doing click the link below.

 

Grief outreach


 

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