- The student intern is responsible for developing learning objectives in consultation with the Clinical Instructor.
- Arranging scheduled meeting dates with the Clinical Instructor and Clinical Skills Director.
- Student will be expected to meet the reasonable work expectation along the course of the internship and towards the end, completion of the identified reflective work as agreed.
- An intern will be supervised by the Clinical Instructor at the internship site during the two-week program.
- The C.I. is expected to serve as a mentor and is responsible for orienting and training the intern in acquiring necessary knowledge, skills, attitude, as well as guiding and evaluating his/her work.
- The C.I. agrees to commit time to discussing the intern’s work, providing background information and resources, providing coaching, feedback/ debriefing and opportunities for new learning.
- The C.I. agrees to speak with the Clinical Director at least three times during the two-week course work to discuss the intern’s learning objectives, progress, performance, and any problems that may arise.
The Clinical Director is a counseling faculty member who structures the academic component of the internship by helping the intern complete the Internship Agreement Form, orient the student, providing guidance, feedback, encouraging reflection, and maintaining contact with the C.I. before, during, and after the Two-Week internship. The Clinical Director will be expected to submit the final assessment to the concerned body at the conclusion of the term.