ATLAS TRAVEL (contact Dr. Coleman 756-1230)
Students work in a travel agency developing business and organizational skills.
Two or more quarters preferred.
CAL POLY - PERSONNEL OFFICE (contact Dr. Coleman 756-1230)
Students work here on campus learning the fundamentals of personnel work.
Two or more quarters preferred.
CHILD CARE PROTECTIVE SERVICES (contact Dr. Coleman 756-1230)
Students work in one of a number of different programs that try to help abused and deprived children, and deal with the issues of distressed families.
Two or more quarters preferred.
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (contact Dr. Coleman 756-1230)
In addition to the specific social service programs mentioned above, there are several additional internship possibilities in the San Luis Obispo County Department of Social Services.
Two or more quarters preferred.
MENTAL HEALTH (contact Dr. Coleman 756-1230)
Students work with emotionally disturbed young people in a school setting.
Two or more quarters preferred.
PROBATION OFFICER INTERNSHIPS - SLO (contact Dr. Coleman 756-1230)
Students serve as Probation Officers with juvenile case loads after several weeks of training by SLO County Probation Department Staff; can begin Fall or Spring Quarters (interview preceding quarter). Has traditionally been our most popular internship although there are enough slots for most or all applicants. Three quarters normally expected.
SAN LUIS OBISPO GENERAL HOSPITAL (contact Dr. Coleman 756-1230)
Students participate in social service programs focused on the needs of county hospital patients; generally working directly with patients in need. Two or more quarters preferred.
TRANSITIONS (SLO Transistions, Inc. (contact Dr. Coleman 756-1230)
Students work with youths [8-17] in temporary shelter.
Two or more quarters preferred.
UNITED WAY AGENCY, SLO CITY (contact Dr. Shaffer 756-1374)
Interns experience community action, fund procurement and allocation, program screening and, long-range planning which can qualify the student for jobs in over 2,300 United Way Agencies nationwide; includes networking possibilities within United Way for future employment.
Two or more quarters preferred.
VICTIM WITNESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (contact Dr. Coleman 756-1230)
Students participate in a program under the District Attorney's office designed to help the victims of violent crime and the witnesses who testify in criminal cases.
Two or more quarter required.


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