Bachelor’s Level Internships

LUK offers a number of paid internships for undergraduate students studying human services, psychology, or a related field, and who are ready to gain hands-on learning experience in a supportive environment. Interns are offered comprehensive training opportunities, including, but not limited to weekly one-hour supervision, agency and program orientation, and agency-wide trainings, and seminars. Interns earn certifications in: CPR/First Aid/AED, CPI (Crisis Prevention Institute) crisis intervention, and QPR (Question. Persuade. Refer) and safeTALK suicide prevention.  Placement opportunities are available across the agency, including clinical, case management, adventure-based/experiential learning, prevention/public health, administrative, and support services.


  • Gain an understanding and commitment to LUK’s Mission, Vision, and Values and provide congruent services.
  • Must be able to commit to 450+ hours of service over the course of a semester or year-long experience.
  • Participate in the full program session (i.e., semester or year-long program).
  • Provide quality services to all consumers.
  • Attend and participate in required training opportunities.
  • Attend and participate in weekly supervision as well as staff meetings.

Knowledge & Experience Required:

  • Must be enrolled in an undergraduate program from a degree-granting institution majoring in psychology, human services, or a related degree program.
  • Desire to impact the community with positive change.
  • Committed to continuous learning.
  • Bilingual/bicultural candidates encouraged to apply.

Skills & Abilities:

  • Eagerness to learn
  • Attentiveness to training
  • Desire to provide quality services
  • Cultural responsiveness
  • Strong communication skills
  • Computer skills
  • Able to work independently and collaboratively on a team
  • Reliable and safe transportation

To apply, email resumé, cover letter, and internship requirements to, or apply on the website here.