St. Peter- St. Joseph Children’s Home (St. PJ’s) is seeking dynamic individuals for internship experience within the nonprofit setting. We appreciate your time, effort and interest in an internship with St. PJ’s! Because we receive a high number of applications, we are unable to provide status checks on all employment applications and resumes. Please be assured, if you are among the qualified candidates we select to interview, you will be contacted as soon as possible. Good luck in the hiring process and please continue to visit our website for future internship and volunteer opportunities. Please click the links below for complete descriptions and application instructions.
Accepting Applications for 2019!
Click the link below to download the Intern Application. Email inquiries to Sean Munley at [email protected]Download Intern Application
A welcoming environment which not only promotes a cohesive team yet one devoted to continual improvement. As an intern, I was able to experience how the therapists worked with both residential and community based clients in such a seamlessly caring and compassionate manner. Their high standards of professionalism allowed me to progress both academically and professionally.
My name is John Amundson and I was a counseling intern at St. Peter- St. Joseph’s Children’s Home in 2015. Under the guidance of expert counselors, I gained first-hand experience working with children ages 3-17 in both group and individual settings. In addition, I gained experience in case management, treatment planning, and ethical practices. Today, I am working on my Ph.D. at the #1 Play Therapy School in the world, University North Texas, where I plan to specialize in working with traumatized teens.
My internship experience at St. PJ’s was excellent. This organization truly believes in its mission and I was fortunate to be a part of such fulfilling work. I received excellent supervision and was able to work within the organization as a valued member of the team.