Clackamas County Resolution Services (CCRS) has a long history as a learning and teaching community, committed to the development of the field and the training of professionals. With interns on staff, Resolution Services is able to serve more families in need. CCRS values the contribution of interns on our staff as an essential component in our commitment to rigorous examination of our work.
Resolution Services offers self-designed internships. These are usually project-focused, and can vary in length. The availability of these internships is dependent on the availability of staff to supervise the intern. No particular educational preparation is required for participation in a self-designed internship. Typically, self-designed internships are sought by students enrolled in high school or college and professionals or others wishing to do a research project or get some specific practicum experience.
Applications for Self-Designed Internships are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. Interested candidates should submit:
- a letter of interest which summarizes the reasons the candidate wishes to seek an internship with CCRS
- a completed CCRS Internship Application
- a resume, addressed to Internship Committee, Resolution Services.
The application and materials should be addressed to:
2051 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045
or submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interns who are currently enrolled part-time or greater in an academic program leading toward a degree (in a subject matter related to the internship) are not charged a fee. All other interns are charged a fee based on the kind of internship they participate in:
fee varies according to student/professional status, duration of internship, and other factors.
Payment of Fees
One-half ($1,000) due by the first Thursday in October, and one-half ($1,000) due by the first Thursday in January, unless you are enrolled at least part time in a degree-seeking educational program.