Internship/Training Opportunities

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Part of our commitment to serving college students involves training and supervising future social service professionals. We recognize the university environment and the time spent completing one's education represents a unique period in a student's life, and that specialized knowledge is needed to foster their development as a young professional. This experience will provide students an ability to apply learned techniques from their program while defining themselves as the type of helping professional they hope to become.


Communications Intern

Communications Interns will learn about and support CARE Services' internal and external communication efforts, which are critical to raising awareness about and connecting to the Kennesaw State University campus and surrounding communities. These efforts will be obtained through media, marketing, website, and social media. This internship is designed to help the intern learn about the many facets of public relations and marketing through hands-on project-based experiences.


MSW Practicum/Case Management

As a student support unit with the university, we are committed to providing experiential opportunities for students in graduate programs. To that effort, we developed this position for students majoring in social work at the graduate level. Students who are completing their practicum in their academic program will be able to apply the theoretical concepts into developing a plan of services to support individuals experiencing life's struggles. Our goal at KSU CARES is that the graduate intern/practicum student fosters student development, help with prevention and remediation of student's significant concerns in order for them to reach self-actualization as a successful university student. Under the supervision of a licensed clinical social worker, the graduate intern/practicum student will be exposed to multiple clinical roles including therapist, case manager, and program facilitator.

Required qualifications: Must be Graduate Level Social Work students and in good academic standing with their institution. 


Public Service Intern

Under supervision, the intern will experience multiple roles. Duties consist of fundraising and grant writing, policy and programmatic development, and statewide conference planning.

Required qualifications: Enrolled in a program in a Master of Higher Education Administration, Student Personnel Services, Public Administration, Social Work or a related field of work. 


For general inquires and information regarding application procedures, please contact CARE Services at or 470-578-5260.


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