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MSW Intern

Kate's Club is seeking a Master of Social Work (MSW) intern. MSW interns are responsible to the State Outreach Manager with support of the Director of Clubhouse & Volunteer Services.

Application Process

Application Review Begins
Application Review Ongoing
November 16, 2022
How to Apply

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Please include “MSW Intern” in the subject line.

How to Apply

To apply, submit the following to; resume and cover letter, no more than 2 pages in length that includes start/end dates.


Required Education:
  • Interns must be graduate student enrolled in a MSW program
Required Experience:
Time Commitment
  • Specific internship period, hours and work agreements are negotiable
  • At least 24 hours a week of in-office availability is preferred
  • full-time candidates will be given priority
  • Interns are expected to be available at weekend and evening programs

Annual Salary
  • No financial compensation is available


Hello, We're Kate's Club

Kate’s Club’s vision is to create a world in which it’s okay to grieve, and we want you to join us in this work. We are a community for children, families, and young adults experiencing the death of someone close to them. The organization brings people together around grief, creating safe, in-person and online educational and therapeutic spaces designed to help everyone express all emotions that come with experiencing the death of someone important to them.

Internship Guidelines

Kate’s Club is currently seeking an Master of Social Work (MSW) intern. MSW interns have the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Interns will practice skills taught in graduate school (including at the micro, mezzo, and macro levels) as well as skills taught by experienced staff at Kate’s Club.No financial compensation is available. Specific internship period, hours and work agreements are negotiable; at least 24hours a week of in-office availability is preferred. Full time internship candidates will be given priority. Programs take place throughout the month on weekends and evenings. Weekend and evening availability is required in order to complete direct service hours. On average, interns will not have more than 8 hours of direct contact each week.Candidates should have a passion for the Kate’s Club mission and the ability to play an integral role in advancing the organization’s efforts to reach the estimated 70,000 children and teens in the metro Atlanta area facing life after the death of a parent or sibling. Interns will serve as members of a small staff team and be supervised directly by Kate’s Club’s program staff.Interns have the opportunity to gain significant professional experience, playing a lead role in the design and implementation of critical projects, and gaining exposure to every aspect of a dynamic and growing organization.

Skills & Competencies

After completing an internship at Kate’s Club, MSW interns should have competency in the following areas:

  • Plan and implement interventions for a variety of topics, such as grief and loss, expressing emotions, coping skills,peer relationships, family bonding, and adjusting to change
  • Facilitate therapeutic activities in group settings with children, adults, and families
  • Complete intake interviews with parents and caregivers
  • Complete intake assessments with youth
  • Assessing for suicide risk Please note that the following skills are not a part of the MSW internship at Kate’s Club
  • Individual, group, or family therapy
  • Caseload management
  • BIRPP/SOAP note documentation

Qualifications & Skills

  • Enrolled in an accredited Master’s program in Social Work
  • Must be onsite at least 24 hours per week
  • Demonstrated interest in and comfort with working with children is required
  • Open to discussions of grief and death with children
  • Creative and resourceful, efficient and technologically competent
  • Must be an excellent writer, able to consistently and effectively communicate Kate’s Club’s mission
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills