Looking for opportunities for academic credit, program study, capstone projects, or gaining valuable experience in your field?
A New Leaf is committed to quality educational internships, preceptorships, & clinical experiences.
Internships: Education-related roles based on school major & school requirements (must be enrolled in or a recent graduate of an education institution). These are unpaid roles that place you with professionals in your chosen field to gain valuable experience. Spots fill up quickly and involve a New Intern Orientation so potential interns are encouraged to apply well in advance. Interns will be required to have fingerprint clearance card, background checks, and other requirements based on placement.
Application process: Most communication during this process is done via email so please check inbox regularly, including your spam folders. Please provide as much information as possible about your internship including dates, # of hours, and all school/Course requirements.
Qualifications vary by placement but may include:
Scheduled Onboarding Dates
Please prepare your schedules for the following onboarding requirements if accepted.
*If your school's start dates do not match the listed dates below we will work with you on a case by case basis.
Onboarding schedule for all Behavioral Health, Shelter, Youth, and other client facing internship placements
Onboarding schedule for all Administrative, Virtual, Philanthropic, and non-client facing internships placements
A New Leaf welcomes the presence of community partners in its efforts to deliver on its mission of Helping Families...Changing Lives. As integral members of our team, both individual and group volunteers experience meaningful work while contributing to enhanced services, renewed energy, and increased community awareness.
Volunteers are PRESENT to :
Provide unique skills
Deliver comprehensive services
Complement the work of paid staff
Champion the challenged & increase support
Sustain the passion for our mission