Current Internship/Field Placement Descriptions

The Office of Field Education within the School of Social Work offers students a wide variety of field placement options. To help students better understand the experience available at a particular field placement site, many organizations have submitted an internship description for students to review prior to requesting an interview. Below is a list (by field placement site) of the current internship descriptions we have on file. Please note that this list is provided for informational purposes only and a posting on the list does not guarantee that a specific internship remains available.  Additionally, School policy prohibits students from "shopping" for their own field placement, just as agencies are not permitted “to shop” for students. All processes must go through the field office and with the consent of the student’s field advisor. Students may express interest in an agency and provide the field advisor with a name of a contact person, but no further. Please note that larger agencies and organizations will not respond to a student request for an interview outside of the School process; interviews are granted only when a field advisor has consulted with an agency representative prior to the student call. Some agencies may not be able to accommodate students during a particular term.  There are settings that will accept only second year MSW students. Not following this established process may jeopardize a student’s chance at securing a particular placement site.

Current Internship/Field Placement Descriptions
 
AARP--January 2016
Allegheny County Office of Conflict Counsel--January 2016
Amachi Pittsburgh--January 2016  
Carnegie Mellon University--March 2016 
Catholic Charities--February 2016 
Center for Victims--April 2016
Center of Life--March 2016
Chartier's Center--January 2016 
Chatham University--February 2016 
Commuity Human Services--April 2016
Community Liver Alliance--January 2016
Duquesne University School of Law--January 2016  
East End Cooperative Ministry--July 2016
EveryChild, Inc.--February 2016
Evolve Coaching--April 2016 
Federal Public Defender's Office--February 2016 
Gateway Rehab--April 2016
Gwen's Girls--January 2016   
Hillel Jewish University Center of Pittsburgh--June 2016
Holy Family Institute--February 2016
Horses with Hope--January 2016
Housing Opportunities Unlimited--July 2016
Human Services Administration Organization--January 2016
Human Services Center Corporation--January 2016
Jewish Family & Childrens Service--January 2016 
Just Harvest--February 2016 
Latino Family Center--June 2016
Lawrenceville United--March 2016
McKees Rocks Community Development Corporation--February 2016
Midwife Center for Birth and Women's Health--January 2016
Neighborhood Allies--July 2016
Nisar Health and Human Services--May 2016
North Hills Community Outreach--February 2016 
Northern Area Multi-Service Center--February 2016
Northwest Hospital--January 2016
Oakland Planning and Development Corporation--March 2016
Operation Better Block, Inc.--February 2016
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute--January 2016
Penn Hills School District--January 2016 
Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force--March 2016
Pittsburgh City Council--April 2016 
Pittsburgh Mercy Health System (Various)--April 2016
Pittsburgh Project--January 2016
Positive Health Clinic--January 2016
Project STAR--January 2016 
Reading is Fundamental--February 2016
Regional Housing Legal Services--January 2016 
Repair the World: Pittsburgh--June 2016
Salvation Army--January 2016 
SW PA Environmental Health Project--June 2016
Thomas Merton Center--January 2016 
THRIVE--February 2016
University of Pittsburgh (Various Positions)--January 2016
VA Butler Healthcare--January 2016
Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic--January 2016
YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh (Various)--April 2016