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Spreading some much needed good news! Please join us in congratulating the following students who obtained incredible clinical psychology internships for next year:

Andrew Barnett: Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Pediatric, Providence, RI

Aubrey Harrison: UCSF/SFGH Child & Adolescent Services San Francisco, CA

Nicole Hedrick: George Mason University Counseling Center, Fairfax, VA

Veronica Pinho: Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Health Psychology - Miami, Miami, FL

Amrisha Prakash: CAPS/University of San Francisco Counseling Center, San Francisco, CA

Nick Talisman: American University Counseling Center, Washington, DC

MENTAL HEALTH INTERN (part-time, can be done remotely)

iOpening Enterprises seeks innovative undergraduate or graduate school level intern for summer 2018 to support development, implementation, and evaluation of innovative mental health education projects. Specifically, projects include developing supplemental material and mobile application content for the Bridge Trauma-Informed Culturally-Responsive (TICR) Program, planning the inaugural Wellness Innovation and Arts Festival that provides mental health education for college students, researching and developing content for program evaluation, supporting development of comedic mental health education podcast, and developing and disseminating digital mental health education content to audiences working with youth in multiple child serving systems.

The internship involves working directly with Dr. Isaiah Pickens and developing marketable skills for the mental health field including learning how to train and develop evidence-informed trainings for multi-sector professionals, learning best practices for strategically planning with organizations to design mental health-informed professional environments, and a host of other skills important for traditional mental health careers or consulting focused careers. Professional development opportunities include:

 Learning Bridge TICR Program curriculum.
 Participation in program evaluation with the potential of participation in publication.
 Potential opportunities to participate in paid trainings.
 Coaching for providing trainings and keynote presentations.
 Consultation on mental health business development.
Intern will support:
 Development of supplemental professional development content.
 Ongoing research for updating professional development content.
 Outreach to schools and interested education based sites.
 Identify online content relevant to target audience and share in various digital formats.
 Engaging online communities in education related content.
 Research and development for wellness podcast and other online content.
 Planning of inaugural wellness innovation and arts festival.
 Translate important research studies into entertaining/intriguing stories.
Intern should be:
 Detail oriented.
 Able to work independently.
 Interested in innovative approaches to mental wellness.
 Familiar with social science research

The intern will be expected to work 12-15 hours a week. Intern will work primarily remotely and has the option to connect via video conferencing for minimum one face-to-face meeting a week. The start date is flexible based on intern’s summer schedule. Internship is 10 weeks from start date. A stipend totaling $1000 will be provided to the intern. For questions or to submit resume and cover letter, contact or call 347.676.0901. Resume and cover letter should be submitted no later than May 15, 2018.

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