The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester offers structured undergraduate internships to qualified juniors and seniors enrolled in accredited colleges and universities.Undergraduate clinical and non-clinical internships are currently available for the Fall 2020 semester. All internships include a supervision element, and all clinical internships offer direct contact with clients. The following clinical internships are currently available for bachelor-level students:Integrated Transitions Team (ITT): Provide community-based, face-to-face interventions to individuals. Opportunities on two teams: Intensive Transitions Team (help individuals reduce emergency department utilization by connecting to health and medical services) and Care Transitions Team (help individuals return to the community following a hospitalization or release from a correctional facility. Residential Specialist: Provide support around daily living and mental health management in a 24/7, community-based residence. Help increase independence, encourage skill acquisition and utilization, and help with symptom management. Requires the ability to form therapeutic relationships, think critically, provide interventions, and take initiative.The following non-clinical internships are currently available for bachelor-level students:Information Technology: Assist employees with computer systems: testing prior to deployment, installation of computers at employee worksites, troubleshooting employee hardware & software issues (including training employees). Network or connect users and/or computers within groups to enhance communication. Maintain and upgrade computer systems, offer recommendations on upgrades & enhancements. Patient Benefits: Intern in a office setting; duties include insurance collection, client interaction, and billing processes. Research: Assist in the implementation of research studies being conducted at MHCGM. Involves learning and carrying out research protocols, recruiting and consenting subjects, communicating with MHCGM staff, performing research assessments, collecting data, and providing support to the Administrator for the NH Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects. Human Resources: This is a very customizable internship; let us know what type of human resources experience you are looking for, and we would be happy to accommodate as best we can. Internship focuses can include recruitment, state and federal forms and guidelines, employee life cycle, employee engagement and retention, etc. RequirementsMust be enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree program. Clinical internship applicants must be enrolled in a psychology, counseling, or social work degree program. Juniors and Seniors are preferred.Some positions require an active driver’s license, regular access to a vehicle, and automobile liability insurance in the Agency’s minimum amounts.When applying, please attach a cover letter that includes a statement regarding what internship(s) you are interested in.