At AllHealth Network the Internship Program is an integral part of our community of learning and quality improvement. Our internships help bridge the gap between the academic world and the working world by providing hands-on experience to students through supervised training and service delivery. The success of our Internship Program and agency culture is evidenced by many of our interns accepting employment with AllHealth Network post-graduation!
We offer the following internship opportunities:
AllHealth Network offers internships in several clinical areas such as individual and group therapies, psycho-social rehabilitation counseling, care coordination, occupational therapy, nursing, pharmacy, and crisis intervention to treat individuals and families with a wide range of emotional, social and psychiatric needs using evidence-based interventions. Interns may be placed in a variety of programs serving children, adolescents, or adults, and in different levels of care such as outpatient, residential, crisis intervention, and Acute Treatment Unit.
Interns will work on meaningful, project-based assignments and will interact with internal and/or external business partners. AllHealth Network offers internships in various non-clinical departments across the organization such as facilities management, health information management, human resources, information technology/systems, marketing/external relations, and quality improvement.
We acceptthroughout the year and placements start dates typically begin in September, January and June, with flexibility to adjust according to different school program schedules. There is flexibility in hours dependent upon academic program requirements and AllHealth Network business needs. All internships are unpaid. Please be aware that All Health Network does not accept current staff members to be placed as interns while employed with us. All Health Network also does not allow interns or their immediate family members to receive clinical services or treatment through our organization while interning or working with us.
We offer internships across many departments dependent on program need and supervisory capacity. Each applicant will be asked to rate the top three departments for which they would like to be considered. Once the internships that will be available for that term have been determined, applications and resumes will then be reviewed by the Licensing and Internship Supervisor who will contact qualified candidates for phone screenings.
If you have questions about the Internship Program or the application process, contact Erin Phipps, Licensing and Internship Supervisor at 720-707-6411.