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1 Johns Hopkins University School of Education Internship Orientation Graduate Program in School Counseling Department of Counseling and Human Services

2 Faculty and Staff Members  Cheryl C. Holcomb-McCoy, Ph.D.  Professor and Chair  Anita Young, Ph.D.  Assistant Professor  Janet Martinez, M.Ed.  School Counseling Internship Coordinator  Julia Golbey  Sr. Academic Administrator  Peppi Faulk (Montgomery County)  Academic Program Coordinator  Yvonne Gobble (Baltimore/Homewood)  Academic Program Coordinator

3 Requirements Prior to Internship  All required courses must be completed (39 credits)  Practicum in Counseling (Advanced Techniques)  Submit Internship Eligibility and Approval Form  Complete Application For Internship  Submit a cover letter and resume addressed for internship placement

4 Requirements Prior to Internship  Provide tuberculosis (TB) test results  Provide evidence of a criminal background check and fingerprinting in advance of internship placement  All requirements are due by March 1, 2011

5 Important!!  The Field Experience Coordinator will contact all districts for internship placements.  Students who are teachers or paraeducators may not complete internships at their schools-of- employment

6 Requirements for Successful Completion of Internship  Register for SC Internship Course ( )  Complete 600 Hours (6 credits) in K-12 public school setting  300 hours each semester  240 hrs. of direct service (120/per semester)  Minimum of 1 hr per week of site supervision  Must be in school between 1-2 full days (8 hours) per week

7 Requirements for Successful Completion of Internship  1 and ½ hours per week of university supervision  Mid-semester and Final Evaluation of student performance  Submission of at least one audio/visual tape recording of work with students at site  Two Advocacy Projects  Complete School Counselor Digital Portfolio

8 Evaluations and Forms  All internship forms will be available on the ELC  Site Supervisors will complete evaluations on ELC  Any additional information needed for internship placement will be sent via or available on ELC

9 Correspondence Send all forms to: Janet Martinez, M.Ed. Internship Coordinator for School Counseling Johns Hopkins University Department of Counseling and Human Services 2800 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD

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