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1 American Cancer Society
  2929 E. Thomas Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85016
             Lisa Callberg (602) 952-7540
                       Contact agency for information on duties
               www.cancer.org

2 American Heart Association
  2929 South 48th Street, Tempe, AZ 85282
  Cortney (HR) - (602) 414-5343
  Duties will vary according to the position description. They will try to
  accommodate the students interests and major field of study as well as
  their own needs.
  www.americanheart.org
3 American Lung Association of Arizona
    102 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85003
  Milania Steigerwald– (602) 258-7505
  Coordination and implementation of current teen and adolescent
  prevention and intervention programs related to tobacco control; tobacco-
  free teens and students; teach students, etc. New Asthma program as well
  as a C.O.P.D. program.
4 http://lungarizona.org/north/ Canyon Chapter
  American Red Cross- Grand
  6135 N. Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix, AZ 85015-1892
  GiGi Brzycki – (602) 347-6502 gbrzycki@americanredcross.org
  There are several possibilities in the Office of Volunteers, Youth Service,
  or Casework function - i.e., emergency service and International Social
  Service.
  www.arizonaredcross.org
5 Angels with Attitide (womens self defense)
  ask if you want more infiormation regarding this opporunity
6 The Arc of Arizona
  3839 N. 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ 85012
  Joe Bonanno – (602)-234-2721
  Monitor adults in residential settings and advocate by training them on
  their rights and responsibilities and action planning..
  www.arcarizona.org
7 ARISE
  4542 E. Inverness Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85206
  (480) 497-1889 Call the main number, and press the option for the Job
  Hotline/Employment. Leave a voicemail and someone will get back to you.

  Provides in home services to people with developmental disabilities as
  well as providing respite care in an ARISE program.
  www.rise.org


8 The Arizona Alliance for the Mentally Ill (AAMI)
   2210 N. 7th street, Phoenix, AZ 85006
  Mary Robson - (602) 244-8166 mrobson@namiaz.org
  Casey Ayer - (602) 244-8166 cayer@namiaz.org
  Duties include answering phones, working in library, preparing materials
  for mailing, referring families and individuals to services, entering data
  on data base.
  www.namiaz.org
 9 The Arizona Attorney General's Office of Victim Services,
   Attorney General Terry Goddard
                 1275 West Washington Phoenix, AZ 85007
   www.ag.state.az.us Contact: Anne Marrell: 602-542-8463
10 Arizona Call-a-Teen Youth Resources, Inc.
    649 N. 6th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85003
   Stacey Jones – (602) 252-6721 (ex. 309)
   Assists case managers, trainers, and counselors in daily activities, assists
   in outreach efforts, helps develop community contacts, provide help with
   classroom training, data entry, organizing events, planning activities.
   Further information available in internship files.
   www.azcallateen.k12.az.us

11 Arizona Center for Disability Law
    3839 N. Third Street, Suite 209, Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Ed Meyers – (602) 274-6287
   Interviewing parents, social workers, mental health providers and others
   about the mental health services children are getting; library research on
   children’s’ mental health clinical issues; reviewing mental health records;
   and working with the attorneys to put together an advocacy training for
   parents. They would provide interviewing skills and advocacy training
   and an on the job overview of children’s’ services in Arizona.
   www.acdl.com



12 Crisis Response      PHX Fire Department

   Carrie Ramella (602) 256-4369 Mike Smith- (602) 534-3939
   Behavioral interns will go out on crisis intervention runs with the fire
   department.
   Attends to fire victims, shooting victims, supporting fire department
13 Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence
          100 W. Camelback, Suite 109, Phoenix, AZ 85013
   Mary Tiseth–(602) 279-2900 Allie Bones (602) 279-2900
   Community work, lobbying research, public presentations, and policy
   drafts. Assist with public policy issues, implementing systems of
   advocacy, service advocacy, completion of administrative duties as
   assigned.
   www.azcadv.org


14 Arizona Democratic Party (ADP)
         Tony Morales tmorales@azdem.org
   Internships provide students a firsthand, one-on-one opportunity to
   sharpen their skills and get to know their community and enhance their
   career goals. Interns help promote the importance of being politically
   active through experiences in political work, communications, outreach,
   finance, and event planning.
   www.azdem.org

15 Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
        1110 W. Washington St., Phoenix, AZ 85007-2952
   Lana Dolan (602) 771-4860
   Varied hours. Opportunities to work in air, water or waste programs,
   administration, publication, media relations, public policy, etc. Depending
   on needs of agency at time of application.
   www.azdeq.gov
16 Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC)
        1624 W. Adams, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   Marie Dills, Intern Administrator – (602) 542-4304
   www.juvenile.state.az.us/offices/internship/overview.htm

   Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC) -
   Adobe Mountain School
   2800 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Phoenix, AZ
   Dr. Seymour (602) 542-4967
   Duties are different for interns, depending on placement; parole office
   working with the parole officer or Family Services Coordinator; victims
   rights or facility.
   www.juvenile.state.az/us/offices/internships/overview.htm



   Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation
   7200 W. Bell Rd. H102, Glendale, AZ 85308
   Raoul Sada 602-252-9445
   e-mail: affcf@quest.net www.affcf.org

17 Arizona Human Rights Foundation (Equality Arizona).
                     PO Box 25044, Phoenix, AZ 85002
   Julie Roberts (602) 650-0900 ahrfinfo@ahrf.org
   Varied hours. Both Spring and Fall. Interns will help coordinate and
   execute voter registration efforts at various LGBT-oriented businesses,
   bars, community groups and events. Interns will be expected to help with
   some admin tasks, such as data entry, phonebanking, mailings, etc.
   www.ahrf.org


   Arizona Quest for Kids    Victor Vidales or Dana Carroll
                              1430 E. Misouri Ave., Suite B-205, Phoeniz,
   AZ 85014                    Phone: 602-636-1860
   www.azquestforkids.org                         Focuses on preparing low-
   economic students for college and beyond.

18 Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped (A.R.C.H.)
        1550 West Colter Street, Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Vera L. Martinez –(602) 230-2226 vera_martinez@archaz.org
   Interns would be responsible for assisting staff with recreational and
   educational programs such as life skills training, exercise, games, and
   sports as well as several community outings for the handicapped.
   www.archaz.org
19 Arizona State Hospital
   2500 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008
   Volunteer Human Resourses- 602-220-6163
   Work with clinical staff on the Adolescent Treatment Unit; co-facilitate
   therapeutic groups and patient activities; work with psychologist and
   social worker in meeting with families for discharge planning
   www.azdhs.gov/azsh
20 Arizona State Senate
   Capital Complex, Senate Building, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   various-- see individual internships
   Varied hours. Both Spring and Fall. Work as Senate page,
   http://www.azleg.gov/internshipintropage.htm
21 Arizona Supreme Court, Foster Care Review Board
      1501 W. Washington Suite 128, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   Lisa Kline- (602) 452-3547 lkline@courts.az.gov
   Morning and afternoon hours. Work with the CUD committee to identify
   and correct data collection errors. Assist in redefining items that data
   should be collected and establishing the procedures which this data can be
   collected. Track children who have aged out of the system.
   http://www.supreme.state.az.us/fcrb/



22 Arizona Vocational Rehabilitation
    3839 N. 3rd St. suite 303
   Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Contact: Call supervisor John Harris for information.
   Office: (602) 266-4434 Fax: (602) 230-7554 TTY: (602) 266-6716
   Duties: working with clients in need of vocational services and in various
   other areas of the agency.
   www.de.state.az.us/rsa


23 Association for Supportive Child Care
     3910 S. Rural Road Suite #E, Tempe, AZ 85282
   Melissa Jimro- (480) 829-0500 ext. 104
   Assists with specific program duties for the following programs (each
   intern would be assigned to a particular program): Child Care Resource
   and Referral; Phone Friend; Arizona Self-Study Project; Ninos en Mi
   Casa.
   www.asccaz.org
24 Attorney General’s Office, Criminal Division
       1275 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   Anne Marreel – (602) 542-8463
   Varied openings, Spring and Fall. Explain to victims how justice system
   works, what their rights are. Notify victims of all court dates relevant to
   their cases. Attend court with victims, provide moral support. Assess
   victims’ needs and get them hooked up to services they need.



25 Banner Desert Hospital, Pediatrics
                    1400 S. Dobson Rd, Mesa AZ 85202
               Mindy: (480) 512-4167
                                   Interns have the opportunity to shadow
   Child Life Specialists/Assistants


27 Boys and Girls Club of the East Valley
          715 W. 5th St., Tempe, AZ 85281
   Everson Turner - (480) 858-2440
   Afternoon and night shift hours. Intern will work in youth development
   field. The following Intern options are available: Youth Program Intern,
   Teen Center Intern, Youth Sports Coordinator.
   www.clubzona.org
28 Center for Family Child Care
     1631 E. Guadalupe #201, Tempe, AZ 85283
    Kathleen Ragen – (480) 345-9388
   Duties will vary depending on case management load and intern will have
   opportunities to work directly with clients, meal service coordination and
   verification, support clerical functions, home visits, news letter production.
29 The Centers for Habilitation/TCH
      215 W. Lodge Drive, Tempe, AZ 85283
   Jarrett Ransom (480) 730-4223
   There are many different types of opportunities available for ASU interns.
   Areas interns have worked in the past are a job trainer or mentoring role,
   and special education for individuals with disabilities.



30 Chicanos Por La Causa
     Max Gonzales- (602) 257-0700 max.gonzales@cplc.org
   The program works primarily with pregnant and parenting adolescents,
   teens and youths who are economically disadvantaged and without high
   school diploma or GED; provides on-site intake, assessment, counseling,
   and life management skills training.
   www.cplc.org
31 Child Crisis Center - East Valley
   604 W. 9th Street/P.O. Box 4114, Mesa, AZ 85211
    Carrie Welch– (480) 969-2308 clwelch@ChildCrisis.org
   Assigned projects by the agency’s clinical director include direct services
   with children. Intern will develop and complete individualized learning
   contact upon placement with the agency. Develop and implement age
   appropriate activities for the infant, toddler, shelter. May work with
   children and staff volunteers to assist with activities.
   www.childcrisis.org
32 Children’s Action Alliance
      4001 N. 3rd Street #160, Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Beth Rosenberg – (602) 266-0707 ext. 206 brosenberg@azchildren.org
   Duties have varied. Past and current interns have worked on projects such
   as overhauling issues files, researching ways in which other states have
   addressed specific children’s issues, and collecting and preparing
   information for the Foster Care Review Board annual report.
   www.azchildren.org
33 Chrysalis
   2345 E. Thomas Rd., Suite 470, Phoenix, AZ 85016
   Danielle Fragnito– (602) 955-9059
   Contact agency for information on duties.
   www.chrysalis-shelter.org
34 Chrysalis Academy
          610 E. Baseline Rd., Suite 470, Phoenix, AZ 85283
   (480) 839-6000 Terra Rice
   Working with autistic and developmentally delayed children.
   www.chrysalis-shelter.org
35 Chrysalis Scottsdale Shelter

   Dianne Harris (480) 481-0402
   This is a domestic violence shelter where interns would be working with
   children.
36 www.chrysalis-shelter.org
   City of Phoenix Human Services Department
     200 W. Washington Street, 19th Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85003-1611
   Gloria Hurtado – (602) 262-6666
   Contact agency for information on duties.
   www.phoenix.gov/HUMANSERVICES/index.html
37 City of Phoenix, PRLD, At Risk Youth
         2705 North 15 Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   Cynthia Peters – (602) 262-4997
   Assist with the court ordered community service program. Conducts
   classes with parents and offenders. Assists with programming for teens at
   two teen centers.

   City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation department, Archaeology section.
     Pueblo Grande Museum
   4619 East Washington Street, Phoenix Arizona 85034
   phone: 602-495-5645 Ask For Human Resources
                        voluteers are needed to give children tours around the
   museum
38 City of Phoenix Victim Witness Program
       P.O. Box 4600 Phoenix, AZ 85030
   Michael Noyd (602) 534-1929
   (Victims of misdemeanor crimes)
   Offers reassurance, emotional support, and empathetic listening; provides
   support services in updating case status information and tracking of
   services provided victims/witnesses; provides courtroom orientation for
   children and adult victims. Act as advocates for victims and witnesses and
   explain the judicial system. Act as a link between the prosecutors and
   victims. Advise on the current status of the case within our system.
   Answer questions.
   http://www.maricopacountyattorney.org/employment/internship.html

39 City of Tempe Community Services Department
    3500 S. Rural Road, Tempe, AZ 85282
   Tom Canasi – (480) 350-5305
   Kid Zone Childcare, Teen Zone programs, Youth Employment and
   Mentoring, Educational Assistance, Delinquency Prevention
   http://www.tempe.gov/cs/
40 City of Tempe Escalante Community Center
      2150 E. Orange St, Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 350-5800
   Alex Javonavic – alex_jovanovic@tempe.gov
   Direct service duties in a program area that suits the intern’s needs in the
   area of preschool programs as well as middle school and teen programs
   and special events.
   www.tempe.gov/escalante
41 Concepts for Change
      5008 W. Glendale Ave, Glendale, AZ 85301
   Lynda Hemann – (623) 930-9317
   Observe intake, assessment, and counseling functions at agency and then
   be given the opportunity to participate in these. The student will be taught
   about charting requirements and standards and asked to read licensure
   standards. Observation of counseling.
42 Connolly Junior High, Counseling Department
          2002 E. Concorta Junior High, Tempe, AZ. 85282
          Thelma Irby: 480-967-8933
     Shadowing a school counselor and preforming related duties
43 East Valley Family Resource Center
    PO Box 4114, Mesa, AZ 85211
   170 W. University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85201
   Carol Lipinski- (480) 834-9424
   Offers a relaxing atmosphere that invites families to stop-in, check out
   books & videos, spend time in the play room, or get involved in other
   activities that might enhance a family’s inherent strengths.
   http://www.childcrisis.org/frc/index.html
44 Easter Seals (Southwest Human Development)
                              2075 S. Cottonwood
   Tempe, 85282 Tina Martin (602) 266-5976 X5205
   www.easterseals.com

45 EMPACT: SPC
   1232 East Broadway #120, Tempe, AZ 85282
   Nancy Groppenbacher (480) 784-1514 X 1126
   Current internships available for Bachelors level interns include behavior
   management (both crisis and in-home family support service). Also crisis
   phone intervention is an optional training opportunity. Other opportunities
   are available with our prevention department i.e. school groups, parenting
   groups and other community activities. www.empact-spc.com/home.html


46 FACES Crisis Nursery
   402 N. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ
   Mary Ann O'Connor (602) 273-7363
   Vary according to position
   www.crisisnurseryphx.com/faces.psp
47 Family Advocacy Center / Phoenix Police Victim Services Department
                                                      2150 North Central
   Avenue, Suite 250, Phoenix, AZ 85004
   Esther Atempa – (602) 534-3085 Ester.atempal@phoenix.gov
   Duties vary, may include research data collection, preparation of client
   histories, evaluation and follow-up, review of social service agency
   reports, facilitation of client support groups, advocacy support during
   court hearings. May also include providing comprehensive services to
   victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, and their families, in a
   safe, comforting, and supportive environment.
48 Federal Bureau of Investigations
   201 E. Indianola Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Vincent Lemons – (602) 650-3235 pxrecruiter@ic.fbi.gov
   Honors internship in Washington, DC. Eligibility 3.0 GPA or higher, full
   time student, apply during the Fall semester of Junior Year, U.S. citizen,
   squeaky clean background. Contact recruiter for application packet.
   http://phoenix.fbi.gov/


49 Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona
          715 W. Marposa St Phoenix, AZ 85013
   Sarah Dyer - (602)-288-4544
   Provides short and long-term residential care for troubled pregnant and
   non-pregnant adolescent girls; a teen parents program, outpatient
   counseling, and crisis intervention. Interns would have the opportunity to
   act as educational tutors or residential aids.
   www.florencecrittentonofaz.org
50 Foster Angels of Arizona
      1435 E. Warner Rd. Ste. B101
   Gilbert, AZ 85296
   Lauri Brown, Director Operations and Outreach
                          (480) 895-0189
   lauri.brown@fosterangelsaz.org
   Tutoring and Mentor program for children in foster care aimed to track
   each child’s progress through close relationships with people in the child’s
   life. Training for volunteers is required. Tutors meet with students twice a
   week for one hour, and other activities are available.
   www.Fosterangelsaz.org
51 Foundation for Blind Children
          1235 E. Harmont Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85020
   Elaine Baldridge – (602)331-1470 x109
   Several Options (1) Working with the family counselor with v.i. children,
   and the families in meetings and social service activities (2) working with
   Rec. Coordinator to involve families in their children’s programs (3) work
   in the pre-school directly with children (4) work with Development
   Director on grants for programs.
   www.the-fbc.org

52 Foundation for Burns and Trauma
        2627 N. 7th St.
   Phoenix, AZ 85006
   Nan Edens, Programs Manager (602) 230-2041 nan.edens@azburn.org
   Interns will gain experience in program planning and coordination. The
   foundation works with burn victims to become burn survivors.
   www.azburn.org


53 FutureforKIDS
   6991 E. Camelback Rd., Suite D-301
   Scottsdale, AZ 85251 (note work site often in Phoenix)
   480-945-3707 office Rachel Anderson
   info@futureforkids.org
   www.FutureforKIDS.org
   Interns have the opportunity to work with at-risk children as mentors and
   facilitating after school programs.

55 Girls Ranch, Inc. of Arizona ( Florence Crittenton Services )
                                      8204 E. Monterey Way, Scottsdale, AZ
   85251
   Barbara Castillo – (602) 274-7318 x 167
   To assist caseworkers in providing services to clients including; (a)
   evaluation of prospective residents (b) development of case plans (c)
   monitoring clients progress (d) counseling and support services to
   residents and their families.
56 Governor's Advisory Council on Aging
   1789 W. Jefferson Street, 008A
   Phoenix, AZ 85007
    (602) 542-4710
   *Interns must volunteer least 12 hours a week (15-20 preferred) to work
   with this agency. Interns will learn about policy, issues related to aging,
   and will be involved in activities that may include following bills and
   helping to organize policy related activities (such as Senior Action Days)

57 Governor’s Office
       1700 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   (602) 542-4331
   Answer phones in the Governor’s office of Constitutional Services.
   Answer mail for the Governor. Archive for end of term.
   www.governor.state.az.us
58 Guadalupe Senior Center
      9401 S. Avenida del Yaqui, Guadalupe 85283
   Mark Johnson – (480) 505-5393
   Working with the elderly. Administrative recording meals, make menus,
   and activities
   Calendar.
59 Habitat for Humanity
      P.O. Box 20186, Phoenix, AZ 85036
   Luke Black (602) 268-9022
   Coordinate Volunteer database, hospitality on site and Wednesday
   volunteers, maintain archives, assist, maintain and build schedule as
   needed, oversee gift shop, assist Volunteer Manager and preparation for
   dedications and groundbreakings.
   www.habitat.org
60 Hacienda de Los Angeles
      1402 E. South Mountain Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85040
   Tara Buettner– (480) 513-9270 Tara@haciendahealthcare.org
   Interact with children six months to 2 1/2 years on a one-on-one basis
   working with developmental toys; assist in supervising playgroup
   sessions; observe and reinforce positive behavior and role-modeling. Help
   clean-up and set-up snack time, toys and play areas.
   www.haciendahealthcare.org
61 Headstart
    305 E. Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201
   234 N. Central Avenue Suite #800, Phoenix, AZ 85009
       1510 S 19th Dr. Phoenix, 85009                                  Debbie
   Wiesman (480) 464-9669 x223 or (602) 506-8879 x222

   Comprehensive developmental preschool program for low income children
   age 4-5; includes education, health/nutrition, social services, parent
   involvement and special needs services. Intern assists lead teachers and
   assistants by interacting one-on-one with children during work time and
   free time, reading stories to children, assisting with small group
   experiences, participating in large group activities and taking
   responsibility for specific educational programs. May also include
   assisting Case workers in doing assessments and providing services to
   families with pre-school aged children. There is some record keeping
   (maintaining logs and entering data) as well as Interpersonal contact
   involved in this Internship opportunity.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart


62 Homeward Bound
          2302 W. Colter
   Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Amel – (602) 374-8741
   http://www.hbphx.org/volunteer.htm

63 HomeBase Youth Services
        931 E. Devonshire, Phoenix, AZ 85014
   Megan Taylor (602) 651-1804 volunteer@hbys.org
   Direct one-on-one contact with homeless youth, goal setting, teaching
   independent life skills with youth, case management.
   www.hbys.org
64 Jewish Family and Children’s Service
            4220 North 20th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Frances Ortiz – (602) 279-7655
   Intake and cofacilitate psycho-educational groups; sit in on family and
   individual sessions, use child development skills to help with pregnant
   teen group.
   www.jfcsaz.org
56 Kyrene Kids Club
       Jackie Sponberg (480) 783-4059
   Interns work in before school, after school, and full day Early Learning
   Center Programs with infants through middle school-aged children. Sites
   are open from 6:30am to 6:30pm. Employment opportunities are also
   available.
   www.kyrene.org/childcare

66 La Mesita - A Family Shelter (PreHab of Arizona Program)
             2254 W. Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201
   Jamie Pantastico- (480) 834-8723
   Case Management: conduct screenings/prospective residents; conduct
   intakes; develop case plan with resident; weekly one on one meetings with
   resident; make appropriate referrals, follow through; maintain current
   professional files; participate in staffings..
   www.prehab.org/lamesita.asp
67 Living with Autism
       2075 S. Cottonwood Dr., Tempe, AZ 85282
   Michael Medoro – (480) 222-4104 mmedoro@livingwithautism.net
   Beatriz Conti - (480) 222-4112 bconti@livingwithautism.net


   Maggie's Place PO Box 1102 Phoenix, AZ 85001 602-262-5555
   email@maggiesplace.org                                     This
   agency works with pregnant women (often teen moms) who wish trying to
   achieve their goals

69 Maricopa Advisory Council On Developmental Disabilities
         3839 N. 3rd Street, Suite 306, Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Jacon Geroux (602) 277-4986 / (480) 345-1135 jason@azgcdd.org
   Assists in advocacy services: responds to public requests; summary, data
   entry, to research data requests. Assists in service coordination for
   families with infant and toddlers with delays/disabilities. Spanish/English
   speaking needed as well. www.azgcdd.org
70 Maricopa County- Adult Probation
          111 N. 3rd Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85003
   Jim White (Spanish), Mercy Hernandez (others) – (602) 372-2515
   Prepares court reports, conducts field visits with probation officer, hold in-
   office days for probationers, supervises offenders’ work during weekend-
   community service projects, conducts offender-interviews, in jail system
   and in-office.
   www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/adultpro/index.asp



71 Maricopa County Attorney's Office

   301 W. Jefferson, 9th Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85003
   Syliva M. Conchos M.A. OM, Volunteer Coordinator or
                     Carrie Howe– (602) 372-0188
   Duties: Volunteer Assistant Advocate; assist Volunteer/Intern Coordinator
   and/or Advocates in providing asssistance to victims/witnesses of various
   crimes. Evening Volunteer-Phoenix Office; provide asssistance and
   information to victims/witnesses of various crimes through telephone
   contact. Further information available in internship files.
   www.maricopacountyattorney.org/victim-services
72 Maricopa County Head Start
   Scottsdale branch
   Tanya Sequieros – (480) 423-6063
   Develop a Family Partnership Agreement for each center family,
   facilitates, encourages and supports parent involvement. Makes periodic
   home visits to each family, maintains current, accurate and confidential
   records.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp



73 Maricopa County Head Start
   East Valey Nicole Hoffman (480) 464-9669 x201 City of Phoenix (602)
   262-4040 West Valley (623) 486-9868 Jenny Gonzales: call and they will
   give more information
   Joyce Vidal-Thornburg – (602) 506-5911
   Develop a Family Partnership Agreement for each center family,
   facilitates, encourages and supports parent involvement. Makes periodic
   home visits to each family, maintains current, accurate and confidential
   records.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp
74 Maricopa County - Head Start
         234 N. Central Avenue #810, Phoenix, AZ 85009
   Jenny O’Connor – (602) 506-5676
   Several options in child and family health, education, literacy, mental
   health and social services.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp

76 Maricopa Medical Center
                                                   Address: 2601 E.
   Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AS 85008
   Sandra Munoz - (602) 344-5989
                                                     Experience: shadowing a
   Child Life Specialist and helping children in a hospital setting have more
   normal lives while in the hospital. If you are interested in an Internship
   shadowing a Child Life Specialist, please let the volunteer coordinator
   know that you are seeking a volunteer opportunity for your SSFD
   Internship rather than applying for the competitive Internship Child Life
   Specialist Internship.
   Note that Maricopa Medical also has opportunities to work in the
   Pediatrics unit in the reach out and read program so ask for the program
   you are most interested in.



77 Mental Health Association of Arizona State University
            6411 E. Thomas Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251
   Beth – (480) 994-4407 x12
   Develop powerpoint presentations, collect data, present to students in
   school settings, attend committee meetings when appropriate, interact with
   other agencies.

78 Mike Troy’s Gold Medal Swim School
          500 N. 56th Street, Suite 7, Chandler, AZ 85226
   Mike Troy, Jennifer Dumas – (480) 961-5035
   Swim lesson instructor- infant to 12 years.

   Mom's Place program at Christian Ministries                   Contact:
   Susan Leon 602-538                                   1918 W Van Buren
   St. Phoenix, AZ 85009                        Interns would be working
   with and providing emotional support for pregnant teens
79 Mountain Park Health Center
      635 E. Baseline, Phoenix, AZ 85040
    Jennifer Kennedy, Health Educator – (602) 243-1746
   Conduct child development evaluations in patient’s homes for project
   Health Start; help teach/restructure parenting program (classes); work with
   pediatric department (example: develop child development brochures in
   English and Spanish for patients.
80 Murphy School District Head Start
     2615 W, Buckeye Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85009
   Lorenda Brown – (602) 353-5065 lbrown@msdaz.org
   Intern will work with Parent Involvement Specialist, and lead teacher
   providing special services, and or assisting in classroom with preschool
   children.


81 National Conference for Community and Justice
              99 E. Virginia Ave., Suite 150, Phoenix, AZ 85004-1123
   Essen Ottu – (602) 265-9256
   Responsible for assisting with marketing such programs as the NCCJ
   Walk, Anytown, etc. assisting in planning and administering all programs.
   Other duties will include some clerical work such as data entry, phone
   calls, mailings, etc.
82 New Arizona Family, Inc. Nursery Program
           3301 E. Pinchot, Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Margaret Martinin (602) 553-7317
   Program provides mothers and infants an opportunity to become drug or
   alcohol free and thrive.
   www.newazfamily.org
   A New Leaf                                                      845 E
   University Dr. Mesa, AZ 85203-8033
   Heidi Anderson 480-464-4648 handerson@turnanewleaf.org
   turnanewleaf.org
   Opportunities include special events/holidays & Life Skill education

83 Notmykid.org
           333 W, Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ 85013
    Pamala Plummer-Wright, National Executive Director
   finley@notmykid.org
   (602) 652-0163 wright@notmykid.org
    Education for parents about youth issues (substance abuse, suicide, etc.).
   The mission of the organization is to promote healthy families by
   empowering parents to make educated, proactive decisions about their
   children’s behavioral health. Duties: to be determined by supervisor.
    www.notmykid.org


84 NOVA, Inc. (Northwest Organization for Voluntary Alternatives)
             725 N. 43rd Avenue, Suite #522, Phoenix, AZ 85051
   Julie Petersen – (623) 937-9203 ext. 111 jpetersen@nova.bz
   Includes group screening of clients, evaluation/diagnosis assessments,
   staffing assessments, primary intensive outpatient program clinical work
   (groups, educational sessions, individual sessions, tutoring) charting and
   documentation, aftercare counseling groups. Rotation at their residential
   facility can be arranged, as can a rotation in their DUI program.
   www.nova.bz
85 Office of the Attorney General
          1275 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007
    Jane Irvine – (602) 542-6903 Jane.Irvine@azag.gov
   Conciliate disputes, learn mediation techniques, case work, telephone
   skills, dealing with angry, frustrated and emotional disputants.
   www.azag.gov
86 Office of the Public Defender
       11 West Jefferson, Suite 5, Phoenix, AZ 85003-2302
   Linda Shaw – (602) 506-8371
   Conduct interviews with incarcerated clients of the PD’s office, help to
   prepare mitigation for death penalty cases.
   www.pubdef.maricopa.gov
87 Omega Academy
           5757 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85035
   Dr. Patricia Bassett (623) 776-2069 option 4, then push ext 1113
   Provides counseling, workshops, and training for at risk preschool through
   12th grade students. Includes issues related to conflict resolution, sexual
   abuse, special needs, domestic violence, cultural diversity, self-esteem,
   decision making, study skills.
   www.omegak12.com
88 Organization for Non-Violence Education
            P. O. Box 863, Glendale, AZ 85311-0883
   or 5702 W. Frier Dr., Glendale, AZ 85301
   Dusty Anderson – (623) 934-0696
   Will help to run and discuss group sessions with the help of the facilitator
   using their manual.
   www.oneincusa.org
89 Parents Anonymous
          3320 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix, AZ 85008
    Roni Zeman – (602) 889-3594 rzeman@umom.org
    Duties: Help with parenting classes, work and play with children at the
   classes. Helps with the 24-hour helpline listening to callers (no
   counseling). Also, mentor to kids living in a group home. Facilitate
   curriculum ased parent education groups to adults. Attend agency staff
   meetings, provide community outreach for the agency, present community
   workshops, assist in special projects..
   http://www.parentsanonymous.org/paIndex10.html



90 Phoenix Day Child Development
             115 E. Tonto, Phoenix, AZ 85004
   Rosemary Cortez - (602) 254-4613 ext 101
   Work in classroom (infant – kindergarten) with our children and
   instructors. Ongoing activities, lesson plans, conflict management and
   resolution.
   www.phoenixday.org
91 Phoenix Fire Department, Juvenile Firesetter Program
            150 S. 12th St., Phoenix, AZ 85034
    Janet A. Boberg – (602) 262-7757
   Assisting program coordinator with Juvenile Firesetter Intakes, Child and
   Family Risk Surveys, parent groups, research, data entry, statistical
   analysis, and meeting attendance.
   http://phoenix.gov/fire/firesetr.html

92 Phoenix Indian Center
            2601 N. 3rd St., #100, Phoenix, AZ 85004
   Bernie - (602) 263-1017 ext. 2202
   Provides individual and family counseling, child abuse counseling,
   parenting classes, crisis intervention, and youth alcohol counseling.
 93 Planned Parenthood of Central and Northern Arizona
            5651 N. 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85014-2500
    Amanda (602) 263-2225
    Positions in development, public affairs, education, clinic support staff,
    and counseling. Provide services within valley health centers, effective
    counseling for patients with a variety of problems, respond immediately
    and effectively to patient crisis, assist clinic staff in meeting patients’
    needs by assisting with clinic duties
    www.plannedparenthood.org .
 94 Planned Parenthood
        2722 S. Alma School Road, Mesa, AZ 85210 -
    1250 E. Apache #106, Tempe, AZ 85282 -
             Raymond (both locations) (602) 263-2235
    Program includes health education, community clinics, family life
    education, pregnancy testing and counseling; referrals, sexual and
 95 infertility counseling.
    Prehab of Arizona - Dorothy B Mitchell Counseling Center

    1655 East University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85203
    Anyone at HR (480) 464-1466 www.prehab.org
    Prehab has community-based counseling center that provides in-home
    family therapy and develops community intervention and prevention
    programs, including school-based counseling, early-intervention, gang
    prevention and after-school services.
    www.prehab.org/outpatient.asp

 96 Prudential
       8777 N. Gainey Center Dr., Suite 100, Scottsdale, AZ 85258-2117
    Robert Burghart - (480) 991-7575
    Contact agency for information on duties.
    www.wachoviasec.com/wachoviasec/w
 97 San Marcos Family Resource and Wellness Center
       San Marcos Elementary School
    451 W. Frye Road, Chandler, AZ 85224
    Melinda Romero – (480) 812-7169
        Work as appropriate in our component services: Sunset Preschool
    (4:00-6:00 p.m.); Food and Clothing Bank; Family Library Night;
    Computer Camp; Youth Recreation Program; Adult ESL and GED
    classes (evenings)
    http://ww2.chandler.k12.az.us/sanmarcos-elementary/
 98 Santa Maria Adult Day Health Care
           3801 E. Greenway Road, Phoenix, AZ 85032
    Carolyn Hutchins – (480) 968-0822
    Spend one-on-one time with the frail elderly, assisting those who need
    help in participating in activities. Support staff in an activity program.
 99 Save the Family Foundation of Arizona
          450 W. 4th Place, Mesa, AZ
    Laura Skotnicki (480) 898-0228, ext. 203 LauraS@savethefamily.org
    Transitional housing program for homeless families with children; assist
    families in transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency; provide
    counseling, education classes,      child care assistance, parenting and
    budget workshops and recreational programs.
    www.savethefamily.org


100 Salvation Army South Mountain                                         13th
    St. and Broadway, Phoenix, AZ
    Chelsea Faliveno (program director): (602)276-7396,
    chelseafaliveno@hotmail.com
102 Salvation Army Family Shelter
     2707 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008
    Linda Pearson– (602) 267-4100 ex. 74117
    Assists activities coordinator, screens potential clients, intake/interview,
    makes referrals, child supervision during adult class time.
    www.salvationarmycares.org
103 Sirrine Adult Day Health Care
             247 N. MacDonald, Mesa, AZ 85201
    Tina Coffman – (480) 464-1061
    Duties: Shadow case manager during client intakes and family staffings;
    possible project could be to review intake format and streamline/recreate.
    Further information available in internship files.
    www.sirrineadha.org


104 Sojourner Center
       Near 24th Street and 202 freeway (confidential address)
    P.O. Box 20156, Phoenix, AZ 85036
    Gordon B. Sims –(602) 296-3342 gsims@sojournercenter.org
    Provide prevention, early intervention activities with children of women
    from domestic violence and residing in crisis shelter. Positions available
    within a child care setting and among shelter residents.
    www.sojournercenter.org
105 Southwest Human Development
          202 E. Earll Drive, Suite 140, Phoenix, AZ 85012
    Further information available in internship files.
    Trudi Morman Murch, Suzanne Schunk, Jan Martner – (602) 266-5976
    Duties: Varies with placement (*).

    *Katie Romero, Disabilities Division (under direction of Trudy Mormon
    March) – (602) 266-5976 ext. 5065
    Duties: Work with children birth to three who are born with disabilities
    and their families.

    *Suzanne Schunk, Director of Healthy Families – (602) 266-5976
    Duties: Work with families at risk for abuse and neglect.

    *Jan Martner, Director of Infant Mental Health Program – (602) 200-0434
    Duties: Interns would do home visiting to adolescent mothers of infants,
    and young children who are enrolled in Early Headstart.
    www.mha.chw.edu/index.asp?pg=ps

106 St. Joseph’s Hospital Child Life
           *opportunity not currently available - updating paperwork
             W. Thomas Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85067
    Shadow child life specialist, follow directed program that involves
    research, interaction with patients, and aiding in the playroom. 1 intern per
    semester
    http://www.stjosephs-
    phx.org/stellent/websites/get_page_cache.asp?ssDocName=SJH_MDV046
    438
107 Sunshine Acres Children’s Home
          3405 North Higley Road, Mesa, AZ 85215
    Kimberly (480) 832-2540
    Their social workers and others could use help in the office dealing with
    intake information, school paperwork, filing reports, etc. (normal social
    work areas). They have many areas to deal with including 4-H program,
    sports, choir, and education. They have a school there.
    www.sunshineacres.org


108 Teen Lifeline
        P.O. Box 10745, Phoenix, AZ 85064-0745
    Nikki Kontz, Clinical Coordinator
    (602) 248-8337
    24-hour hotline for teens to call for assistance in coping with life’s
    stressors.
    Duties: to be determined by supervisor.
    www.teenlifeline.com

109 Tempe Family YMCA
       7070 S. Rural Rd, Tempe, AZ 85283
    Tracy Lane (480) 730-4529
    Duties: Various, assisting in event coordination, customer service, etc.
    www.valleyymca.org/location/tempebranch/index.htm


110 Tempe Police Department
            120 E. 5th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281
    Teresa Wong (480) 350-8303
    Duties: performing qualitative analysis of domestic violence crime reports,
    assisting in the preparation of monthly crime analysis bulletins, assisting
    patrol officers, detectives, and crime analysis staff with research on
    criminal activity in Tempe, and using computer databases, electronic
    spreadsheets, desktop publishing, work processing, and statistical
    applications to manipulate, analyze and present data.
    www.tempe.gov/police



112 Town of Guadalupe
           9241 S. Avenida del Yaqui, Guadalupe, AZ 85283
    Maria Alvarez – (480) 730-3092
    Assists in outreach to at-risk elderly citizenry; assists in soliciting
    corporate contributions; food distribution and health promotion activities
    and to start a walking group.
    http://www.guadalupeaz.org/


113 Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development
              1419 N. 3rd Street Suite #102, Phoenix, AZ 85004
    Dick Giseland - (602) 271-9904
    Information currently being sent on specific programs.
    www.tumbleweed.org
114 United Methodist Outreach Ministries (U.M.O.M.)
              Nurture Care Center
    3320 E Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008
    Roni Zeman – (602) 889-3594 rzeman@umom.org
    Primary care and educational instruction for children ages one through
    eight. All these children are from homeless families and need TLC and
    security in their lives. Teaching duties will vary.
    www.umom.org or www.unitedway.org


115 Unlimited Potential/South Mountain Family Services Center
           4732 S. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85040
                   PO Box 8814, Phoenix, AZ 85066
    Southern Baptist Temple, 6520 S. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85040
    Jeanne Devine-Soll - (602) 276-6373 VERY MUCH wants interns
    Help facilitate educational groups, participate in group discussions about
    community, health consumer issues, current events, help organize and
    participate in family activities, serve as advocates to procure legal, health
    or social services.

116 Upward Foundation
           6306 N. 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85014
    Sharon Graham – (602) 279-5801 ex 119
    Works with small groups or one on one in our integrated child care
    classroom or in early intervention classroom under supervision of
    classroom teacher.
    www.upwardfoundation.org
    Urban Outreach Intern Progam - information to be updated
117 Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters
         1010 E. McDowell Road Suite #400, Phoenix, AZ 85006
    John Hamilton – (602) 393-4118
    Interview children at school programs; help them connect with their
    mentor at assigned times & consult on activities. Need year-long
    commitment.
    www.bbbsaz.org
118 Webster Elementary
                                         202 N. Sycamore Mesa, AS 85201

                             Contact: Summer Wood (480) 472-4830

119 WestsideWorking as an Instructional Assistant with students with learning
             Social Services, Inc.
             8802 N. 61st Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85320
    Herb Clah – (480) 464-7466
    Case work aide for Project Thrive, In Home Family Support Program, and
    Parent Education Classes/or Juvenile Diversion
    www.prehab.org
120 Wilson Elementary School District #7
        3025 E. Fillmore Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008
    Araceli Cecena – (602) 683-2500
    www.wsd.k12.az.us
          SSFD OFF-CAMPUS INTERNSHIP SITES
                   CHILD/FAMILY FOCUS
1 Wilson Primary School
    415 N. 30th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008
  Araceli Cecena (602) 683-2500
  www.wsd.k12.az.us/primary_school.htm

2 American Lung Association of Arizona
   102 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85003
  Milania Steigerwald– (602) 258-7505
  Coordination and implementation of current teen and adolescent
  prevention and intervention programs related to tobacco control; tobacco-
  free teens and students; teach students, etc. New Asthma program as well
  as a C.O.P.D. program.
  http://lungarizona.org/north/

3 Arizona Call-a-Teen Youth Resources, Inc.
   649 N. 6th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85003
  Stacey Jones – (602) 252-6721 (ex. 309)
  Assists case managers, trainers, and counselors in daily activities, assists
  in outreach efforts, helps develop community contacts, provide help with
  classroom training, data entry, organizing events, planning activities.
  Further information available in internship files.
  www.azcallateen.k12.az.us

4 Crisis Response      PHX Fire Department

  Carrie Ramella (602) 256-4369 Mike Smith- (602) 534-3939
  Behavioral interns will go out on crisis intervention runs with the fire
  department.
  Attends to fire victims, shooting victims, supporting fire department
5 Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC)
      1624 W. Adams, Phoenix, AZ 85007
  Marie Dills, Intern Administrator – (602) 542-4304
  www.juvenile.state.az.us/offices/internship/overview.htm

  Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC) -
  Adobe Mountain School
  2800 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Phoenix, AZ
  Dr. Seymour (602) 542-4967
  Duties are different for interns, depending on placement; parole office
  working with the parole officer or Family Services Coordinator; victims
  rights or facility.
  www.juvenile.state.az/us/offices/internships/overview.htm
6 Association for Supportive Child Care
    3910 S. Rural Road Suite #E, Tempe, AZ 85282
  Melissa Jimro- (480) 829-0500 ext. 104
  Assists with specific program duties for the following programs (each
  intern would be assigned to a particular program): Child Care Resource
  and Referral; Phone Friend; Arizona Self-Study Project; Ninos en Mi
  Casa.
  www.asccaz.org

7 Center for Family Child Care
   1631 E. Guadalupe #201, Tempe, AZ 85283
   Kathleen Ragen – (480) 345-9388
  Duties will vary depending on case management load and intern will have
  opportunities to work directly with clients, meal service coordination and
  verification, support clerical functions, home visits, news letter
  production.

8 Child Crisis Center - East Valley
  604 W. 9th Street/P.O. Box 4114, Mesa, AZ 85211
   Carrie Welch– (480) 969-2308 clwelch@ChildCrisis.org
  Assigned projects by the agency’s clinical director include direct services
  with children. Intern will develop and complete individualized learning
  contact upon placement with the agency. Develop and implement age
  appropriate activities for the infant, toddler, shelter. May work with
  children and staff volunteers to assist with activities.
  www.childcrisis.org
 9 Children’s Action Alliance
     4001 N. 3rd Street #160, Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Beth Rosenberg – (602) 266-0707 ext. 206 brosenberg@azchildren.org
   Duties have varied. Past and current interns have worked on projects
   such as overhauling issues files, researching ways in which other states
   have addressed specific children’s issues, and collecting and preparing
   information for the Foster Care Review Board annual report.
   www.azchildren.org
10 City of Phoenix, PRLD, At Risk Youth
        2705 North 15 Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   Cynthia Peters – (602) 262-4997
   Assist with the court ordered community service program. Conducts
   classes with parents and offenders. Assists with programming for teens at
   two teen centers.

11 City of Tempe Community Services Department
    3500 S. Rural Road, Tempe, AZ 85282
   Tom Canasi – (480) 350-5305
   Kid Zone Childcare, Teen Zone programs, Youth Employment and
   Mentoring, Educational Assistance, Delinquency Prevention
   http://www.tempe.gov/cs/

12 City of Tempe Escalante Community Center
     2150 E. Orange St, Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 350-5800
   Alex Javonavic – alex_jovanovic@tempe.gov
   Direct service duties in a program area that suits the intern’s needs in the
   area of preschool programs as well as middle school and teen programs
   and special events.
   www.tempe.gov/escalante

13 East Valley Family Resource Center
    PO Box 4114, Mesa, AZ 85211
   170 W. University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85201
   Carol Lipinski- (480) 834-9424
   Offers a relaxing atmosphere that invites families to stop-in, check out
   books & videos, spend time in the play room, or get involved in other
   activities that might enhance a family’s inherent strengths.
   http://www.childcrisis.org/frc/index.html
14 Easter Seals (Southwest Human Development)
                             2075 S. Cottonwood
   Tempe, 85282 Tina Martin (602) 266-5976 X5205
   www.easterseals.com

15 Family Advocacy Center / Phoenix Police Victim Services Department
                                                     2150 North Central
   Avenue, Suite 250, Phoenix, AZ 85004
   Esther Atempa – (602) 534-3085 Ester.atempal@phoenix.gov
   Duties vary, may include research data collection, preparation of client
   histories, evaluation and follow-up, review of social service agency
   reports, facilitation of client support groups, advocacy support during
   court hearings. May also include providing comprehensive services to
   victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, and their families, in a
   safe, comforting, and supportive environment.
   http://phoenix.gov/CITZASST/fac.html

16 Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona
         715 W. Marposa St Phoenix, AZ 85013
   Sarah Dyer - (602)-288-4544
   Provides short and long-term residential care for troubled pregnant and
   non-pregnant adolescent girls; a teen parents program, outpatient
   counseling, and crisis intervention. Interns would have the opportunity to
   act as educational tutors or residential aids.
   www.florencecrittentonofaz.org

17 Foster Angels of Arizona
     1435 E. Warner Rd. Ste. B101
   Gilbert, AZ 85296
   Lauri Brown, Director Operations and Outreach
                         (480) 895-0189
   lauri.brown@fosterangelsaz.org
   Tutoring and Mentor program for children in foster care aimed to track
   each child’s progress through close relationships with people in the
   child’s life. Training for volunteers is required. Tutors meet with students
   twice a week for one hour, and other activities are available.
   www.Fosterangelsaz.org
18 Foundation for Blind Children
        1235 E. Harmont Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85020
   Elaine Baldridge – (602)331-1470 x109
   Several Options (1) Working with the family counselor with v.i. children,
   and the families in meetings and social service activities (2) working with
   Rec. Coordinator to involve families in their children’s programs (3)
   work in the pre-school directly with children (4) work with Development
   Director on grants for programs.
   www.the-fbc.org
19                                   #REF!
20 Girls Ranch, Inc. of Arizona ( Florence Crittenton Services )
                                   8204 E. Monterey Way, Scottsdale, AZ
   85251
   Barbara Castillo – (602) 274-7318 x 167
   To assist caseworkers in providing services to clients including; (a)
   evaluation of prospective residents (b) development of case plans (c)
   monitoring clients progress (d) counseling and support services to
   residents and their families.

21 Hacienda de Los Angeles
    1402 E. South Mountain Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85040
   Tara Buettner– (480) 513-9270 Tara@haciendahealthcare.org
   Interact with children six months to 2 1/2 years on a one-on-one basis
   working with developmental toys; assist in supervising playgroup
   sessions; observe and reinforce positive behavior and role-modeling.
   Help clean-up and set-up snack time, toys and play areas.
   www.haciendahealthcare.org
22 Headstart
   305 E. Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201
   234 N. Central Avenue Suite #800, Phoenix, AZ 85009
       1510 S 19th Dr. Phoenix, 85009                                 Debbie
   Wiesman (480) 464-9669 x223 or (602) 506-8879 x222

   Comprehensive developmental preschool program for low income
   children age 4-5; includes education, health/nutrition, social services,
   parent involvement and special needs services. Intern assists lead
   teachers and assistants by interacting one-on-one with children during
   work time and free time, reading stories to children, assisting with small
   group experiences, participating in large group activities and taking
   responsibility for specific educational programs. May also include
   assisting Case workers in doing assessments and providing services to
   families with pre-school aged children. There is some record keeping
   (maintaining logs and entering data) as well as Interpersonal contact
   involved in this Internship opportunity.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart

23 HomeBase Youth Services
       931 E. Devonshire, Phoenix, AZ 85014
   Megan Taylor (602) 651-1804 volunteer@hbys.org
   Direct one-on-one contact with homeless youth, goal setting, teaching
   independent life skills with youth, case management.
   www.hbys.org

24 Homeward Bound
         2302 W. Colter
   Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Amel – (602) 374-8741
   http://www.hbphx.org/volunteer.htm
25 Kyrene Kids Club
      Jackie Sponberg (480) 783-4059
   Interns work in before school, after school, and full day Early Learning
   Center Programs with infants through middle school-aged children. Sites
   are open from 6:30am to 6:30pm. Employment opportunities are also
   available.
   www.kyrene.org/childcare
26 La Mesita - A Family Shelter (PreHab of Arizona Program)
             2254 W. Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201
   Jamie Pantastico- (480) 834-8723
   Case Management: conduct screenings/prospective residents; conduct
   intakes; develop case plan with resident; weekly one on one meetings
27 with resident; make appropriate referrals, follow through; maintain
   Living with Autism
     2075 S. Cottonwood Dr., Tempe, AZ 85282
   Michael Medoro – (480) 222-4104 mmedoro@livingwithautism.net
   Beatriz Conti - (480) 222-4112 bconti@livingwithautism.net
28 Maricopa County Head Start
   East Valey Nicole Hoffman (480) 464-9669 x201 City of Phoenix (602)
   262-4040 West Valley (623) 486-9868 Jenny Gonzales: call and they will
   give more information
   Joyce Vidal-Thornburg – (602) 506-5911
   Develop a Family Partnership Agreement for each center family,
   facilitates, encourages and supports parent involvement. Makes periodic
   home visits to each family, maintains current, accurate and confidential
   records.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp
29 Maricopa County - Head Start
       234 N. Central Avenue #810, Phoenix, AZ 85009
   Jenny O’Connor – (602) 506-5676
   Several options in child and family health, education, literacy, mental
   health and social services.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp

30                                    #REF!
40 Mike Troy’s Gold Medal Swim School
          500 N. 56th Street, Suite 7, Chandler, AZ 85226
   Mike Troy, Jennifer Dumas – (480) 961-5035
   Swim lesson instructor- infant to 12 years.
41 Mountain Park Health Center
     635 E. Baseline, Phoenix, AZ 85040
    Jennifer Kennedy, Health Educator – (602) 243-1746
   Conduct child development evaluations in patient’s homes for project
   Health Start; help teach/restructure parenting program (classes); work
   with pediatric department (example: develop child development
   brochures in English and Spanish for patients.
42 Murphy School District Head Start
    2615 W, Buckeye Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85009
   Lorenda Brown – (602) 353-5065 lbrown@msdaz.org
   Intern will work with Parent Involvement Specialist, and lead teacher
   providing special services, and or assisting in classroom with preschool
   children.
43 New Arizona Family, Inc. Nursery Program
          3301 E. Pinchot, Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Margaret Martinin (602) 553-7317
   Program provides mothers and infants an opportunity to become drug or
   alcohol free and thrive.
   www.newazfamily.org

44 Notmykid.org
         333 W, Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ 85013
    Pamala Plummer-Wright, National Executive Director
   finley@notmykid.org
   (602) 652-0163 wright@notmykid.org
    Education for parents about youth issues (substance abuse, suicide, etc.).
   The mission of the organization is to promote healthy families by
   empowering parents to make educated, proactive decisions about their
   children’s behavioral health. Duties: to be determined by supervisor.
    www.notmykid.org

45 Omega Academy
        5757 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85035
   Dr. Patricia Bassett (623) 776-2069 option 4, then push ext 1113
   Provides counseling, workshops, and training for at risk preschool
   through 12th grade students. Includes issues related to conflict resolution,
   sexual abuse, special needs, domestic violence, cultural diversity, self-
   esteem, decision making, study skills.
   www.omegak12.com

46 Organization for Non-Violence Education
           P. O. Box 863, Glendale, AZ 85311-0883
   or 5702 W. Frier Dr., Glendale, AZ 85301
   Dusty Anderson – (623) 934-0696
   Will help to run and discuss group sessions with the help of the facilitator
   using their manual.
   www.oneincusa.org
47 Phoenix Day Child Development
            115 E. Tonto, Phoenix, AZ 85004
   Rosemary Cortez - (602) 254-4613 ext 101
   Work in classroom (infant – kindergarten) with our children and
   instructors. Ongoing activities, lesson plans, conflict management and
   resolution.
   www.phoenixday.org

48 Phoenix Fire Department, Juvenile Firesetter Program
            150 S. 12th St., Phoenix, AZ 85034
    Janet A. Boberg – (602) 262-7757
   Assisting program coordinator with Juvenile Firesetter Intakes, Child and
   Family Risk Surveys, parent groups, research, data entry, statistical
   analysis, and meeting attendance.
   http://phoenix.gov/fire/firesetr.html

49 Phoenix Indian Center
          2601 N. 3rd St., #100, Phoenix, AZ 85004
   Bernie - (602) 263-1017 ext. 2202
   Provides individual and family counseling, child abuse counseling,
   parenting classes, crisis intervention, and youth alcohol counseling.

50 Prehab of Arizona - Dorothy B Mitchell Counseling Center

   1655 East University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85203
   Anyone at HR (480) 464-1466 www.prehab.org
   Prehab has community-based counseling center that provides in-home
   family therapy and develops community intervention and prevention
   programs, including school-based counseling, early-intervention, gang
   prevention and after-school services.
   www.prehab.org/outpatient.asp

51 Sojourner Center
     Near 24th Street and 202 freeway (confidential address)
   P.O. Box 20156, Phoenix, AZ 85036
   Gordon B. Sims –(602) 296-3342 gsims@sojournercenter.org
   Provide prevention, early intervention activities with children of women
   from domestic violence and residing in crisis shelter. Positions available
   within a child care setting and among shelter residents.
   www.sojournercenter.org
52 Southwest Human Development
        202 E. Earll Drive, Suite 140, Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Further information available in internship files.
   Trudi Morman Murch, Suzanne Schunk, Jan Martner – (602) 266-5976
   Duties: Varies with placement (*).

   *Katie Romero, Disabilities Division (under direction of Trudy Mormon
   March) – (602) 266-5976 ext. 5065
   Duties: Work with children birth to three who are born with disabilities
   and their families.

   *Suzanne Schunk, Director of Healthy Families – (602) 266-5976
   Duties: Work with families at risk for abuse and neglect.

   *Jan Martner, Director of Infant Mental Health Program – (602) 200-0434
   Duties: Interns would do home visiting to adolescent mothers of infants,
   and young children who are enrolled in Early Headstart.
   www.mha.chw.edu/index.asp?pg=ps

53 St. Joseph’s Hospital Child Life
         *opportunity not currently available - updating paperwork
            W. Thomas Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85067
   Shadow child life specialist, follow directed program that involves
   research, interaction with patients, and aiding in the playroom. 1 intern
   per semester
   http://www.stjosephs-
   phx.org/stellent/websites/get_page_cache.asp?ssDocName=SJH_MDV04
   6438
54 Sunshine Acres Children’s Home
        3405 North Higley Road, Mesa, AZ 85215
   Kimberly (480) 832-2540
   Their social workers and others could use help in the office dealing with
   intake information, school paperwork, filing reports, etc. (normal social
   work areas). They have many areas to deal with including 4-H program,
   sports, choir, and education. They have a school there.
   www.sunshineacres.org
55 Teen Lifeline
     P.O. Box 10745, Phoenix, AZ 85064-0745
   Nikki Kontz, Clinical Coordinator
   (602) 248-8337
   24-hour hotline for teens to call for assistance in coping with life’s
   stressors.
   Duties: to be determined by supervisor.
   www.teenlifeline.com
56 Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development
              1419 N. 3rd Street Suite #102, Phoenix, AZ 85004
   Dick Giseland - (602) 271-9904
   Information currently being sent on specific programs.
   www.tumbleweed.org

57 United Methodist Outreach Ministries (U.M.O.M.)
            Nurture Care Center
   3320 E Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008
   Roni Zeman – (602) 889-3594 rzeman@umom.org
   Primary care and educational instruction for children ages one through
   eight. All these children are from homeless families and need TLC and
   security in their lives. Teaching duties will vary.
   www.umom.org or www.unitedway.org
58 Upward Foundation
         6306 N. 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85014
   Sharon Graham – (602) 279-5801 ex 119
   Works with small groups or one on one in our integrated child care
   classroom or in early intervention classroom under supervision of
   classroom teacher.
   www.upwardfoundation.org
59 Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters
        1010 E. McDowell Road Suite #400, Phoenix, AZ 85006
   John Hamilton – (602) 393-4118
   Interview children at school programs; help them connect with their
   mentor at assigned times & consult on activities. Need year-long
   commitment.
   www.bbbsaz.org
60 Westside Social Services, Inc.
           8802 N. 61st Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85320
   Herb Clah – (480) 464-7466
   Case work aide for Project Thrive, In Home Family Support Program, and
   Parent Education Classes/or Juvenile Diversion
   www.prehab.org

61 Wilson Elementary School District #7
      3025 E. Fillmore Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008
   Araceli Cecena – (602) 683-2500
   www.wsd.k12.az.us
           SSFD OFF-CAMPUS INTERNSHIP SITES
                     URBAN/SOCIAL FOCUS
1 The Arc of Arizona
  3839 N. 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ 85012
  Joe Bonanno – (602)-234-2721
  Monitor adults in residential settings and advocate by training them on
  their rights and responsibilities and action planning..
  www.arcarizona.org


2 Arizona Call-a-Teen Youth Resources, Inc.
   649 N. 6th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85003
  Stacey Jones – (602) 252-6721 (ex. 309)
  Assists case managers, trainers, and counselors in daily activities, assists
  in outreach efforts, helps develop community contacts, provide help with
  classroom training, data entry, organizing events, planning activities.
  Further information available in internship files.
  www.azcallateen.k12.az.us



3 Arizona Democratic Party (ADP)
       Tony Morales tmorales@azdem.org
  Internships provide students a firsthand, one-on-one opportunity to
  sharpen their skills and get to know their community and enhance their
  career goals. Interns help promote the importance of being politically
  active through experiences in political work, communications, outreach,
  finance, and event planning.
  www.azdem.org



4 Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
      1110 W. Washington St., Phoenix, AZ 85007-2952
  Lana Dolan (602) 771-4860
  Varied hours. Opportunities to work in air, water or waste programs,
  administration, publication, media relations, public policy, etc. Depending
  on needs of agency at time of application.
  www.azdeq.gov
 5 Arizona Human Rights Foundation (Equality Arizona).
                     PO Box 25044, Phoenix, AZ 85002
   Julie Roberts (602) 650-0900 ahrfinfo@ahrf.org
   Varied hours. Both Spring and Fall. Interns will help coordinate and
   execute voter registration efforts at various LGBT-oriented businesses,
   bars, community groups and events. Interns will be expected to help with
   some admin tasks, such as data entry, phonebanking, mailings, etc.
   www.ahrf.org



 6 Boys and Girls Club of the East Valley
         715 W. 5th St., Tempe, AZ 85281
   Everson Turner - (480) 858-2440
   Afternoon and night shift hours. Intern will work in youth development
   field. The following Intern options are available: Youth Program Intern,
   Teen Center Intern, Youth Sports Coordinator.
   www.clubzona.org
 8 Chicanos Por La Causa
   Max Gonzales- (602) 257-0700 max.gonzales@cplc.org
   The program works primarily with pregnant and parenting adolescents,
   teens and youths who are economically disadvantaged and without high
   school diploma or GED; provides on-site intake, assessment, counseling,
   and life management skills training.
   www.cplc.org


10 Chrysalis
   2345 E. Thomas Rd., Suite 470, Phoenix, AZ 85016
   Danielle Fragnito– (602) 955-9059
   Contact agency for information on duties.
   www.chrysalis-shelter.org
13 City of Phoenix Human Services Department
     200 W. Washington Street, 19th Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85003-1611
   Gloria Hurtado – (602) 262-6666
   Contact agency for information on duties.
   www.phoenix.gov/HUMANSERVICES/index.html
15 City of Phoenix, PRLD, At Risk Youth
        2705 North 15 Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   Cynthia Peters – (602) 262-4997
   Assist with the court ordered community service program. Conducts
   classes with parents and offenders. Assists with programming for teens at
   two teen centers.

17 City of Phoenix Victim Witness Program
      P.O. Box 4600 Phoenix, AZ 85030
   Michael Noyd (602) 534-1929
   (Victims of misdemeanor crimes)
   Offers reassurance, emotional support, and empathetic listening; provides
   support services in updating case status information and tracking of
   services provided victims/witnesses; provides courtroom orientation for
   children and adult victims. Act as advocates for victims and witnesses and
   explain the judicial system. Act as a link between the prosecutors and
   victims. Advise on the current status of the case within our system.
   Answer questions.
   http://www.maricopacountyattorney.org/employment/internship.html

18 City of Tempe Community Services Department
    3500 S. Rural Road, Tempe, AZ 85282
   Tom Canasi – (480) 350-5305
   Kid Zone Childcare, Teen Zone programs, Youth Employment and
   Mentoring, Educational Assistance, Delinquency Prevention
   http://www.tempe.gov/cs/


19 East Valley Family Resource Center
    PO Box 4114, Mesa, AZ 85211
   170 W. University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85201
   Carol Lipinski- (480) 834-9424
   Offers a relaxing atmosphere that invites families to stop-in, check out
   books & videos, spend time in the play room, or get involved in other
   activities that might enhance a family’s inherent strengths.
   http://www.childcrisis.org/frc/index.html
20 FACES Crisis Nursery
   402 N. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ
   Mary Ann O'Connor (602) 273-7363
   Vary according to position
   www.crisisnurseryphx.com/faces.psp
21 Family Advocacy Center / Phoenix Police Victim Services Department
                                                     2150 North Central
   Avenue, Suite 250, Phoenix, AZ 85004
   Esther Atempa – (602) 534-3085 Ester.atempal@phoenix.gov
   Duties vary, may include research data collection, preparation of client
   histories, evaluation and follow-up, review of social service agency
   reports, facilitation of client support groups, advocacy support during
   court hearings. May also include providing comprehensive services to
   victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, and their families, in a
   safe, comforting, and supportive environment.
   http://phoenix.gov/CITZASST/fac.html

22 Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona
         715 W. Marposa St Phoenix, AZ 85013
   Sarah Dyer - (602)-288-4544
   Provides short and long-term residential care for troubled pregnant and
   non-pregnant adolescent girls; a teen parents program, outpatient
   counseling, and crisis intervention. Interns would have the opportunity to
   act as educational tutors or residential aids.
   www.florencecrittentonofaz.org

23 Governor’s Office
      1700 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   (602) 542-4331
   Answer phones in the Governor’s office of Constitutional Services.
   Answer mail for the Governor. Archive for end of term.
   www.governor.state.az.us


24 Guadalupe Senior Center
     9401 S. Avenida del Yaqui, Guadalupe 85283
   Mark Johnson – (480) 505-5393
   Working with the elderly. Administrative recording meals, make menus,
   and activities
   Calendar.
25 Habitat for Humanity
     P.O. Box 20186, Phoenix, AZ 85036
   Luke Black (602) 268-9022
   Coordinate Volunteer database, hospitality on site and Wednesday
   volunteers, maintain archives, assist, maintain and build schedule as
   needed, oversee gift shop, assist Volunteer Manager and preparation for
   dedications and groundbreakings.
   www.habitat.org


26 Headstart
   305 E. Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201
   234 N. Central Avenue Suite #800, Phoenix, AZ 85009
       1510 S 19th Dr. Phoenix, 85009                                 Debbie
   Wiesman (480) 464-9669 x223 or (602) 506-8879 x222

   Comprehensive developmental preschool program for low income
   children age 4-5; includes education, health/nutrition, social services,
   parent involvement and special needs services. Intern assists lead
   teachers and assistants by interacting one-on-one with children during
   work time and free time, reading stories to children, assisting with small
   group experiences, participating in large group activities and taking
   responsibility for specific educational programs. May also include
   assisting Case workers in doing assessments and providing services to
   families with pre-school aged children. There is some record keeping
   (maintaining logs and entering data) as well as Interpersonal contact
   Homeward this Internship opportunity.
27 involved in Bound
         2302 W. Colter
   Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Amel – (602) 374-8741
   http://www.hbphx.org/volunteer.htm

28 HomeBase Youth Services
       931 E. Devonshire, Phoenix, AZ 85014
   Megan Taylor (602) 651-1804 volunteer@hbys.org
   Direct one-on-one contact with homeless youth, goal setting, teaching
   independent life skills with youth, case management.
   www.hbys.org
29 Jewish Family and Children’s Service
            4220 North 20th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Frances Ortiz – (602) 279-7655
   Intake and cofacilitate psycho-educational groups; sit in on family and
   individual sessions, use child development skills to help with pregnant
   teen group.
   www.jfcsaz.org
30 La Mesita - A Family Shelter (PreHab of Arizona Program)
             2254 W. Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201
   Jamie Pantastico- (480) 834-8723
   Case Management: conduct screenings/prospective residents; conduct
   intakes; develop case plan with resident; weekly one on one meetings
   with resident; make appropriate referrals, follow through; maintain
   current professional files; participate in staffings..
   www.prehab.org/lamesita.asp


31 Maricopa County Attorney's Office

   301 W. Jefferson, 9th Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85003
   Syliva M. Conchos M.A. OM, Volunteer Coordinator or
                     Carrie Howe– (602) 372-0188
   Duties: Volunteer Assistant Advocate; assist Volunteer/Intern
   Coordinator and/or Advocates in providing asssistance to
   victims/witnesses of various crimes. Evening Volunteer-Phoenix Office;
   provide asssistance and information to victims/witnesses of various
   crimes through telephone contact. Further information available in
   internship files.
   www.maricopacountyattorney.org/victim-services

32 Maricopa County- Adult Probation
         111 N. 3rd Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85003
   Jim White (Spanish), Mercy Hernandez (others) – (602) 372-2515
   Prepares court reports, conducts field visits with probation officer, hold in-
   office days for probationers, supervises offenders’ work during weekend-
   community service projects, conducts offender-interviews, in jail system
   and in-office.
   www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/adultpro/index.asp
33 Maricopa County Head Start
   East Valey Nicole Hoffman (480) 464-9669 x201 City of Phoenix (602)
   262-4040 West Valley (623) 486-9868 Jenny Gonzales: call and they will
   give more information
   Joyce Vidal-Thornburg – (602) 506-5911
   Develop a Family Partnership Agreement for each center family,
   facilitates, encourages and supports parent involvement. Makes periodic
   home visits to each family, maintains current, accurate and confidential
   records.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp
34 Maricopa County - Head Start
       234 N. Central Avenue #810, Phoenix, AZ 85009
   Jenny O’Connor – (602) 506-5676
   Several options in child and family health, education, literacy, mental
   health and social services.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp

35 Maricopa County Head Start
   Scottsdale branch
   Tanya Sequieros – (480) 423-6063
   Develop a Family Partnership Agreement for each center family,
   facilitates, encourages and supports parent involvement. Makes periodic
   home visits to each family, maintains current, accurate and confidential
   records.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp
36 Maricopa County Head Start
   East Valey Nicole Hoffman (480) 464-9669 x201 City of Phoenix (602)
   262-4040 West Valley (623) 486-9868 Jenny Gonzales: call and they will
   give more information
   Joyce Vidal-Thornburg – (602) 506-5911
   Develop a Family Partnership Agreement for each center family,
   facilitates, encourages and supports parent involvement. Makes periodic
   home visits to each family, maintains current, accurate and confidential
   records.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp
37 Maricopa County - Head Start
       234 N. Central Avenue #810, Phoenix, AZ 85009
   Jenny O’Connor – (602) 506-5676
   Several options in child and family health, education, literacy, mental
   health and social services.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp
39 Notmykid.org
         333 W, Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ 85013
    Pamala Plummer-Wright, National Executive Director
   finley@notmykid.org
   (602) 652-0163 wright@notmykid.org
    Education for parents about youth issues (substance abuse, suicide, etc.).
   The mission of the organization is to promote healthy families by
   empowering parents to make educated, proactive decisions about their
   children’s behavioral health. Duties: to be determined by supervisor.
    www.notmykid.org



40 Omega Academy
        5757 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85035
   Dr. Patricia Bassett (623) 776-2069 option 4, then push ext 1113
   Provides counseling, workshops, and training for at risk preschool
   through 12th grade students. Includes issues related to conflict resolution,
   sexual abuse, special needs, domestic violence, cultural diversity, self-
   esteem, decision making, study skills.
   www.omegak12.com

41 Organization for Non-Violence Education
           P. O. Box 863, Glendale, AZ 85311-0883
   or 5702 W. Frier Dr., Glendale, AZ 85301
   Dusty Anderson – (623) 934-0696
   Will help to run and discuss group sessions with the help of the facilitator
   using their manual.
   www.oneincusa.org
42 Parents Anonymous
         3320 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix, AZ 85008
    Roni Zeman – (602) 889-3594 rzeman@umom.org
    Duties: Help with parenting classes, work and play with children at the
   classes. Helps with the 24-hour helpline listening to callers (no
   counseling). Also, mentor to kids living in a group home. Facilitate
   curriculum ased parent education groups to adults. Attend agency staff
   meetings, provide community outreach for the agency, present community
   workshops, assist in special projects..
   http://www.parentsanonymous.org/paIndex10.html
43 Phoenix Fire Department, Juvenile Firesetter Program
            150 S. 12th St., Phoenix, AZ 85034
    Janet A. Boberg – (602) 262-7757
   Assisting program coordinator with Juvenile Firesetter Intakes, Child and
   Family Risk Surveys, parent groups, research, data entry, statistical
   analysis, and meeting attendance.
   http://phoenix.gov/fire/firesetr.html

44 Phoenix Indian Center
          2601 N. 3rd St., #100, Phoenix, AZ 85004
   Bernie - (602) 263-1017 ext. 2202
   Provides individual and family counseling, child abuse counseling,
   parenting classes, crisis intervention, and youth alcohol counseling.



45 Prudential
     8777 N. Gainey Center Dr., Suite 100, Scottsdale, AZ 85258-2117
   Robert Burghart - (480) 991-7575
   Contact agency for information on duties.
   www.wachoviasec.com/wachoviasec/w



46 San Marcos Family Resource and Wellness Center
      San Marcos Elementary School
   451 W. Frye Road, Chandler, AZ 85224
   Melinda Romero – (480) 812-7169
      Work as appropriate in our component services: Sunset Preschool
   (4:00-6:00 p.m.); Food and Clothing Bank; Family Library Night;
   Computer Camp; Youth Recreation Program; Adult ESL and GED
   classes (evenings)
   http://ww2.chandler.k12.az.us/sanmarcos-elementary/

47 Santa Maria Adult Day Health Care
        3801 E. Greenway Road, Phoenix, AZ 85032
   Carolyn Hutchins – (480) 968-0822
   Spend one-on-one time with the frail elderly, assisting those who need
   help in participating in activities. Support staff in an activity program.
48 Save the Family Foundation of Arizona
        450 W. 4th Place, Mesa, AZ
   Laura Skotnicki (480) 898-0228, ext. 203 LauraS@savethefamily.org
   Transitional housing program for homeless families with children; assist
   families in transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency; provide
   counseling, education classes,     child care assistance, parenting and
   budget workshops and recreational programs.
   www.savethefamily.org




49 Salvation Army Family Shelter
   2707 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008
   Linda Pearson– (602) 267-4100 ex. 74117
   Assists activities coordinator, screens potential clients, intake/interview,
   makes referrals, child supervision during adult class time.
   www.salvationarmycares.org


50 Sirrine Adult Day Health Care
          247 N. MacDonald, Mesa, AZ 85201
   Tina Coffman – (480) 464-1061
   Duties: Shadow case manager during client intakes and family staffings;
   possible project could be to review intake format and streamline/recreate.
   Further information available in internship files.
   www.sirrineadha.org



51 Sojourner Center
     Near 24th Street and 202 freeway (confidential address)
   P.O. Box 20156, Phoenix, AZ 85036
   Gordon B. Sims –(602) 296-3342 gsims@sojournercenter.org
   Provide prevention, early intervention activities with children of women
   from domestic violence and residing in crisis shelter. Positions available
   within a child care setting and among shelter residents.
   www.sojournercenter.org
52 Teen Lifeline
     P.O. Box 10745, Phoenix, AZ 85064-0745
   Nikki Kontz, Clinical Coordinator
   (602) 248-8337
   24-hour hotline for teens to call for assistance in coping with life’s
   stressors.
   Duties: to be determined by supervisor.
   www.teenlifeline.com
53 Tempe Police Department
           120 E. 5th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281
   Teresa Wong (480) 350-8303
   Duties: performing qualitative analysis of domestic violence crime
   reports, assisting in the preparation of monthly crime analysis bulletins,
   assisting patrol officers, detectives, and crime analysis staff with research
   on criminal activity in Tempe, and using computer databases, electronic
   spreadsheets, desktop publishing, work processing, and statistical
   applications to manipulate, analyze and present data.
   www.tempe.gov/police



54 Town of Guadalupe
         9241 S. Avenida del Yaqui, Guadalupe, AZ 85283
   Maria Alvarez – (480) 730-3092
   Assists in outreach to at-risk elderly citizenry; assists in soliciting
   corporate contributions; food distribution and health promotion activities
   and to start a walking group.
   http://www.guadalupeaz.org/



55 United Methodist Outreach Ministries (U.M.O.M.)
            Nurture Care Center
   3320 E Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008
   Roni Zeman – (602) 889-3594 rzeman@umom.org
   Primary care and educational instruction for children ages one through
   eight. All these children are from homeless families and need TLC and
   security in their lives. Teaching duties will vary.
   www.umom.org or www.unitedway.org
56 Unlimited Potential/South Mountain Family Services Center
          4732 S. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85040
                PO Box 8814, Phoenix, AZ 85066
   Southern Baptist Temple, 6520 S. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85040
   Jeanne Devine-Soll - (602) 276-6373 VERY MUCH wants interns
   Help facilitate educational groups, participate in group discussions about
   community, health consumer issues, current events, help organize and
   participate in family activities, serve as advocates to procure legal, health
   or social services.




57 Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters
        1010 E. McDowell Road Suite #400, Phoenix, AZ 85006
   John Hamilton – (602) 393-4118
   Interview children at school programs; help them connect with their
   mentor at assigned times & consult on activities. Need year-long
   commitment.
   www.bbbsaz.org
58 Westside Social Services, Inc.
           8802 N. 61st Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85320
   Herb Clah – (480) 464-7466
   Case work aide for Project Thrive, In Home Family Support Program, and
   Parent Education Classes/or Juvenile Diversion
   www.prehab.org
        SSFD OFF-CAMPUS INTERNSHIP SITES
               URBAN/SOCIAL FOCUS
1 American Cancer Society
     2929 E. Thomas Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85016
                  Lisa Callberg (602) 952-7540
                              Contact agency for information on
  duties                        www.cancer.org


2 American Heart Association
  2929 South 48th Street, Tempe, AZ 85282
  Cortney (HR) - (602) 414-5343
  Duties will vary according to the position description. They will try
  to accommodate the students interests and major field of study as
  well as their own needs.
  www.americanheart.org
3 American Lung Association of Arizona
        102 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85003
  Milania Steigerwald– (602) 258-7505
  Coordination and implementation of current teen and adolescent
  prevention and intervention programs related to tobacco control;
  tobacco-free teens and students; teach students, etc. New Asthma
  program as well as a C.O.P.D. program.
  http://lungarizona.org/north/

4 American Red Cross- Grand Canyon Chapter
     6135 N. Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix, AZ 85015-1892
  GiGi Brzycki – (602) 347-6502 gbrzycki@americanredcross.org
  There are several possibilities in the Office of Volunteers, Youth
  Service, or Casework function - i.e., emergency service and
  International Social Service.
              www.arizonaredcross.org

5 ARISE
    4542 E. Inverness Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85206
  (480) 497-1889 Call the main number, and press the option for the
  Job Hotline/Employment. Leave a voicemail and someone will get
  back to you.

     Provides in home services to people with developmental
  disabilities as well as providing respite care in an ARISE program.
  www.rise.org

6 The Arizona Alliance for the Mentally Ill (AAMI)
       2210 N. 7th street, Phoenix, AZ 85006
  Mary Robson - (602) 244-8166 mrobson@namiaz.org
  Casey Ayer - (602) 244-8166 cayer@namiaz.org
  Duties include answering phones, working in library, preparing
  materials for mailing, referring families and individuals to services,
  entering data on data base.
  www.namiaz.org
 7 Arizona Center for Disability Law
         3839 N. Third Street, Suite 209, Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Ed Meyers – (602) 274-6287
   Interviewing parents, social workers, mental health providers and
   others about the mental health services children are getting; library
   research on children’s’ mental health clinical issues; reviewing
   mental health records; and working with the attorneys to put together
   an advocacy training for parents. They would provide interviewing
   skills and advocacy training and an on the job overview of children’s’
   services in Arizona.
   www.acdl.com


 8 Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
           1110 W. Washington St., Phoenix, AZ 85007-2952
   Lana Dolan (602) 771-4860
   Varied hours. Opportunities to work in air, water or waste programs,
   administration, publication, media relations, public policy, etc.
   Depending on needs of agency at time of application.
   www.azdeq.gov


 9 Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped (A.R.C.H.)
             1550 West Colter Street, Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Vera L. Martinez –(602) 230-2226 vera_martinez@archaz.org
   Interns would be responsible for assisting staff with recreational and
   educational programs such as life skills training, exercise, games, and
   sports as well as several community outings for the handicapped.
   www.archaz.org

10 Arizona State Hospital
   2500 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008
   Volunteer Human Resourses- 602-220-6163
   Work with clinical staff on the Adolescent Treatment Unit; co-
   facilitate therapeutic groups and patient activities; work with
   psychologist and social worker in meeting with families for discharge
   planning
   www.azdhs.gov/azsh

11 The Centers for Habilitation/TCH
          215 W. Lodge Drive, Tempe, AZ 85283
   Jarrett Ransom (480) 730-4223
   There are many different types of opportunities available for ASU
   interns. Areas interns have worked in the past are a job trainer or
   mentoring role, and special education for individuals with disabilities.
12 Child Crisis Center - East Valley
      604 W. 9th Street/P.O. Box 4114, Mesa, AZ 85211
    Carrie Welch– (480) 969-2308 clwelch@ChildCrisis.org
   Assigned projects by the agency’s clinical director include direct
   services with children. Intern will develop and complete
   individualized learning contact upon placement with the agency.
   Develop and implement age appropriate activities for the infant,
   toddler, shelter. May work with children and staff volunteers to assist
   with activities.
   www.childcrisis.org

13 Concepts for Change
        5008 W. Glendale Ave, Glendale, AZ 85301
   Lynda Hemann – (623) 930-9317
   Observe intake, assessment, and counseling functions at agency and
   then be given the opportunity to participate in these. The student will
   be taught about charting requirements and standards and asked to
   read licensure standards. Observation of counseling.

14                                  #REF!
15 EMPACT: SPC
     1232 East Broadway #120, Tempe, AZ 85282
   Nancy Groppenbacher (480) 784-1514 X 1126
   Current internships available for Bachelors level interns include
   behavior management (both crisis and in-home family support
   service). Also crisis phone intervention is an optional training
   opportunity. Other opportunities are available with our prevention
   department i.e. school groups, parenting groups and other community
   activities. www.empact-spc.com/home.html

16 Foundation for Blind Children
             1235 E. Harmont Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85020
   Elaine Baldridge – (602)331-1470 x109
   Several Options (1) Working with the family counselor with v.i.
   children, and the families in meetings and social service activities (2)
   working with Rec. Coordinator to involve families in their children’s
   programs (3) work in the pre-school directly with children (4) work
   with Development Director on grants for programs.
   www.the-fbc.org



17 Foundation for Burns and Trauma
           2627 N. 7th St.
   Phoenix, AZ 85006
   Nan Edens, Programs Manager (602) 230-2041
   nan.edens@azburn.org
   Interns will gain experience in program planning and coordination.
   The foundation works with burn victims to become burn survivors.
   www.azburn.org
18 Girls Ranch, Inc. of Arizona ( Florence Crittenton Services )
                                        8204 E. Monterey Way,
   Scottsdale, AZ 85251
   Barbara Castillo – (602) 274-7318 x 167
   To assist caseworkers in providing services to clients including; (a)
   evaluation of prospective residents (b) development of case plans
   (c) monitoring clients progress (d) counseling and support services
   to residents and their families.

19                                  #REF!
20 Maricopa Advisory Council On Developmental Disabilities
              3839 N. 3rd Street, Suite 306, Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Jacon Geroux (602) 277-4986 / (480) 345-1135 jason@azgcdd.org
   Assists in advocacy services: responds to public requests; summary,
   data entry, to research data requests. Assists in service coordination
   for families with infant and toddlers with delays/disabilities.
   Spanish/English speaking needed as well. www.azgcdd.org



21 Mental Health Association of Arizona State University
                6411 E. Thomas Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251
   Beth – (480) 994-4407 x12
   Develop powerpoint presentations, collect data, present to students in
   school settings, attend committee meetings when appropriate, interact
   with other agencies.

22 Mountain Park Health Center
          635 E. Baseline, Phoenix, AZ 85040
    Jennifer Kennedy, Health Educator – (602) 243-1746
   Conduct child development evaluations in patient’s homes for project
   Health Start; help teach/restructure parenting program (classes); work
   with pediatric department (example: develop child development
   brochures in English and Spanish for patients.
23 New Arizona Family, Inc. Nursery Program
               3301 E. Pinchot, Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Margaret Martinin (602) 553-7317
   Program provides mothers and infants an opportunity to become drug
   or alcohol free and thrive.
   www.newazfamily.org

24 Notmykid.org
              333 W, Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ 85013
    Pamala Plummer-Wright, National Executive Director
   finley@notmykid.org
   (602) 652-0163 wright@notmykid.org
    Education for parents about youth issues (substance abuse, suicide,
   etc.). The mission of the organization is to promote healthy families
   by empowering parents to make educated, proactive decisions about
   their children’s behavioral health. Duties: to be determined by
   supervisor.
    www.notmykid.org
25 NOVA, Inc. (Northwest Organization for Voluntary Alternatives)
                 725 N. 43rd Avenue, Suite #522, Phoenix, AZ 85051
   Julie Petersen – (623) 937-9203 ext. 111 jpetersen@nova.bz
   Includes group screening of clients, evaluation/diagnosis
   assessments, staffing assessments, primary intensive outpatient
   program clinical work (groups, educational sessions, individual
   sessions, tutoring) charting and documentation, aftercare counseling
   groups. Rotation at their residential facility can be arranged, as can a
   rotation in their DUI program.
   www.nova.bz

26 Planned Parenthood of Central and Northern Arizona
                5651 N. 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85014-2500
   Amanda (602) 263-2225
   Positions in development, public affairs, education, clinic support
   staff, and counseling. Provide services within valley health centers,
   effective counseling for patients with a variety of problems, respond
   immediately and effectively to patient crisis, assist clinic staff in
   meeting patients’ needs by assisting with clinic duties
   www.plannedparenthood.org .

27 Planned Parenthood
           2722 S. Alma School Road, Mesa, AZ 85210 -
   1250 E. Apache #106, Tempe, AZ 85282 -
               Raymond (both locations) (602) 263-2235
   Program includes health education, community clinics, family life
   education, pregnancy testing and counseling; referrals, sexual and
   infertility counseling.
   www.plannedparenthood.org

29 Prehab of Arizona - Dorothy B Mitchell Counseling Center

   1655 East University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85203
   Anyone at HR (480) 464-1466 www.prehab.org
   Prehab has community-based counseling center that provides in-
   home family therapy and develops community intervention and
   prevention programs, including school-based counseling, early-
   intervention, gang prevention and after-school services.
   www.prehab.org/outpatient.asp
30 Southwest Human Development
             202 E. Earll Drive, Suite 140, Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Further information available in internship files.
   Trudi Morman Murch, Suzanne Schunk, Jan Martner – (602) 266-
   5976
   Duties: Varies with placement (*).

   *Katie Romero, Disabilities Division (under direction of Trudy
   Mormon March) – (602) 266-5976 ext. 5065
   Duties: Work with children birth to three who are born with
   disabilities and their families.

   *Suzanne Schunk, Director of Healthy Families – (602) 266-5976
   Duties: Work with families at risk for abuse and neglect.

   *Jan Martner, Director of Infant Mental Health Program – (602) 200-
   0434
   Duties: Interns would do home visiting to adolescent mothers of
   infants, and young children who are enrolled in Early Headstart.
   www.mha.chw.edu/index.asp?pg=ps
31 St. Joseph’s Hospital Child Life
              *opportunity not currently available - updating paperwork
                     W. Thomas Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85067
   Shadow child life specialist, follow directed program that involves
   research, interaction with patients, and aiding in the playroom. 1
   intern per semester
   http://www.stjosephs-
   phx.org/stellent/websites/get_page_cache.asp?ssDocName=SJH_MD
   V046438
32 Teen Lifeline
         P.O. Box 10745, Phoenix, AZ 85064-0745
   Nikki Kontz, Clinical Coordinator
   (602) 248-8337
   24-hour hotline for teens to call for assistance in coping with life’s
34 Tempe Family YMCA
          7070 S. Rural Rd, Tempe, AZ 85283
   Tracy Lane (480) 730-4529
   Duties: Various, assisting in event coordination, customer service, etc.
   www.valleyymca.org/location/tempebranch/index.htm
            SSFD OFF-CAMPUS INTERNSHIP SITES
                      URBAN/SOCIAL FOCUS
1 Arizona Democratic Party (ADP)
       Tony Morales tmorales@azdem.org
  Internships provide students a firsthand, one-on-one opportunity to
  sharpen their skills and get to know their community and enhance their
  career goals. Interns help promote the importance of being politically
  active through experiences in political work, communications, outreach,
  finance, and event planning.
  www.azdem.org
2 Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC)
       1624 W. Adams, Phoenix, AZ 85007
  Marie Dills, Intern Administrator – (602) 542-4304
  www.juvenile.state.az.us/offices/internship/overview.htm

  Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC) -
  Adobe Mountain School
  2800 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Phoenix, AZ
  Dr. Seymour (602) 542-4967
  Duties are different for interns, depending on placement; parole office
  working with the parole officer or Family Services Coordinator; victims
  rights or facility.
  www.juvenile.state.az/us/offices/internships/overview.htm
3 Arizona State Hospital
  2500 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008
  Volunteer Human Resourses- 602-220-6163
  Work with clinical staff on the Adolescent Treatment Unit; co-facilitate
  therapeutic groups and patient activities; work with psychologist and
  social worker in meeting with families for discharge planning
  www.azdhs.gov/azsh

4 Arizona State Senate
  Capital Complex, Senate Building, Phoenix, AZ 85007
  various-- see individual internships
  Varied hours. Both Spring and Fall. Work as Senate page,
  http://www.azleg.gov/internshipintropage.htm
 5 Arizona Supreme Court, Foster Care Review Board
      1501 W. Washington Suite 128, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   Lisa Kline- (602) 452-3547 lkline@courts.az.gov
   Morning and afternoon hours. Work with the CUD committee to identify
   and correct data collection errors. Assist in redefining items that data
   should be collected and establishing the procedures which this data can be
   collected. Track children who have aged out of the system.
   http://www.supreme.state.az.us/fcrb/

 6 Arizona Vocational Rehabilitation
   3839 N. 3rd St. suite 303
   Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Contact: Call supervisor John Harris for information.
   Office: (602) 266-4434 Fax: (602) 230-7554 TTY: (602) 266-6716
   Duties: working with clients in need of vocational services and in various
   other areas of the agency.
   www.de.state.az.us/rsa

 7 Attorney General’s Office, Criminal Division
      1275 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   Anne Marreel – (602) 542-8463
   Varied openings, Spring and Fall. Explain to victims how justice system
   works, what their rights are. Notify victims of all court dates relevant to
   their cases. Attend court with victims, provide moral support. Assess
   victims’ needs and get them hooked up to services they need.

10 City of Phoenix Human Services Department
    200 W. Washington Street, 19th Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85003-1611
   Gloria Hurtado – (602) 262-6666
   Contact agency for information on duties.
   www.phoenix.gov/HUMANSERVICES/index.html

12 City of Phoenix, PRLD, At Risk Youth
        2705 North 15 Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   Cynthia Peters – (602) 262-4997
   Assist with the court ordered community service program. Conducts
   classes with parents and offenders. Assists with programming for teens at
   two teen centers.
14 City of Phoenix Victim Witness Program
      P.O. Box 4600 Phoenix, AZ 85030
   Michael Noyd (602) 534-1929
   (Victims of misdemeanor crimes)
   Offers reassurance, emotional support, and empathetic listening; provides
   support services in updating case status information and tracking of
   services provided victims/witnesses; provides courtroom orientation for
   children and adult victims. Act as advocates for victims and witnesses and
   explain the judicial system. Act as a link between the prosecutors and
   victims. Advise on the current status of the case within our system.
   Answer questions.
   http://www.maricopacountyattorney.org/employment/internship.html

15 City of Tempe Community Services Department
    3500 S. Rural Road, Tempe, AZ 85282
   Tom Canasi – (480) 350-5305
   Kid Zone Childcare, Teen Zone programs, Youth Employment and
   Mentoring, Educational Assistance, Delinquency Prevention
   http://www.tempe.gov/cs/



16 City of Tempe Escalante Community Center
     2150 E. Orange St, Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 350-5800
   Alex Javonavic – alex_jovanovic@tempe.gov
   Direct service duties in a program area that suits the intern’s needs in the
   area of preschool programs as well as middle school and teen programs
   and special events.
   www.tempe.gov/escalante

18 Federal Bureau of Investigations
   201 E. Indianola Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Vincent Lemons – (602) 650-3235 pxrecruiter@ic.fbi.gov
   Honors internship in Washington, DC. Eligibility 3.0 GPA or higher, full
   time student, apply during the Fall semester of Junior Year, U.S. citizen,
   squeaky clean background. Contact recruiter for application packet.
   http://phoenix.fbi.gov/
19 Governor’s Office
      1700 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007
   (602) 542-4331
   Answer phones in the Governor’s office of Constitutional Services.
   Answer mail for the Governor. Archive for end of term.
   www.governor.state.az.us

20 Guadalupe Senior Center
     9401 S. Avenida del Yaqui, Guadalupe 85283
   Mark Johnson – (480) 505-5393
   Working with the elderly. Administrative recording meals, make menus,
   and activities
   Calendar.

21 Maricopa County- Adult Probation
         111 N. 3rd Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85003
   Jim White (Spanish), Mercy Hernandez (others) – (602) 372-2515
   Prepares court reports, conducts field visits with probation officer, hold in-
   office days for probationers, supervises offenders’ work during weekend-
   community service projects, conducts offender-interviews, in jail system
   and in-office.
   www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/adultpro/index.asp

22 Maricopa County Head Start
   East Valey Nicole Hoffman (480) 464-9669 x201 City of Phoenix (602)
   262-4040 West Valley (623) 486-9868 Jenny Gonzales: call and they will
   give more information
   Joyce Vidal-Thornburg – (602) 506-5911
   Develop a Family Partnership Agreement for each center family,
   facilitates, encourages and supports parent involvement. Makes periodic
   home visits to each family, maintains current, accurate and confidential
   records.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp
23 Maricopa County - Head Start
       234 N. Central Avenue #810, Phoenix, AZ 85009
   Jenny O’Connor – (602) 506-5676
   Several options in child and family health, education, literacy, mental
   health and social services.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp
25 Office of the Attorney General
         1275 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007
    Jane Irvine – (602) 542-6903 Jane.Irvine@azag.gov
   Conciliate disputes, learn mediation techniques, case work, telephone
   skills, dealing with angry, frustrated and emotional disputants.
   www.azag.gov



26 Office of the Public Defender
      11 West Jefferson, Suite 5, Phoenix, AZ 85003-2302
   Linda Shaw – (602) 506-8371
   Conduct interviews with incarcerated clients of the PD’s office, help to
   prepare mitigation for death penalty cases.
   www.pubdef.maricopa.gov
27 Omega Academy
         5757 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85035
   Dr. Patricia Bassett (623) 776-2069 option 4, then push ext 1113
   Provides counseling, workshops, and training for at risk preschool
   through 12th grade students. Includes issues related to conflict resolution,
   sexual abuse, special needs, domestic violence, cultural diversity, self-
   esteem, decision making, study skills.
   www.omegak12.com

29 Tempe Police Department
           120 E. 5th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281
   Teresa Wong (480) 350-8303
   Duties: performing qualitative analysis of domestic violence crime
   reports, assisting in the preparation of monthly crime analysis bulletins,
   assisting patrol officers, detectives, and crime analysis staff with research
   on criminal activity in Tempe, and using computer databases, electronic
   spreadsheets, desktop publishing, work processing, and statistical
   applications to manipulate, analyze and present data.
   www.tempe.gov/police
30 Town of Guadalupe
         9241 S. Avenida del Yaqui, Guadalupe, AZ 85283
   Maria Alvarez – (480) 730-3092
   Assists in outreach to at-risk elderly citizenry; assists in soliciting
   corporate contributions; food distribution and health promotion activities
   and to start a walking group.
   http://www.guadalupeaz.org/
                 SSFD OFF-CAMPUS INTERNSHIP SITES
                       URBAN/SOCIAL FOCUS
1 Crisis Response      PHX Fire Department

  Carrie Ramella (602) 256-4369 Mike Smith- (602) 534-3939
  Behavioral interns will go out on crisis intervention runs with the fire
  department.
  Attends to fire victims, shooting victims, supporting fire department
2 Center for Family Child Care
  1631 E. Guadalupe #201, Tempe, AZ 85283
   Kathleen Ragen – (480) 345-9388
  Duties will vary depending on case management load and intern will have
  opportunities to work directly with clients, meal service coordination and
  verification, support clerical functions, home visits, news letter production.


3 Child Crisis Center - East Valley                                            604
  W. 9th Street/P.O. Box 4114, Mesa, AZ 85211
   Carrie Welch– (480) 969-2308 clwelch@ChildCrisis.org
  Assigned projects by the agency’s clinical director include direct services with
  children. Intern will develop and complete individualized learning contact
  upon placement with the agency. Develop and implement age appropriate
  activities for the infant, toddler, shelter. May work with children and staff
  volunteers to assist with activities.
  www.childcrisis.org



6 City of Tempe Escalante Community Center
  2150 E. Orange St, Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 350-5800
  Alex Javonavic – alex_jovanovic@tempe.gov
  Direct service duties in a program area that suits the intern’s needs in the area
  of preschool programs as well as middle school and teen programs and special
  events.
  www.tempe.gov/escalante
 8 East Valley Family Resource Center                                            PO
   Box 4114, Mesa, AZ 85211
   170 W. University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85201
   Carol Lipinski- (480) 834-9424
   Offers a relaxing atmosphere that invites families to stop-in, check out books &
   videos, spend time in the play room, or get involved in other activities that
   might enhance a family’s inherent strengths.
   http://www.childcrisis.org/frc/index.html

 9 FACES Crisis Nursery                                                       402
   N. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ
   Mary Ann O'Connor (602) 273-7363
   Vary according to position
   www.crisisnurseryphx.com/faces.psp
10 Foundation for Blind Children
   1235 E. Harmont Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85020
   Elaine Baldridge – (602)331-1470 x109
   Several Options (1) Working with the family counselor with v.i. children, and
   the families in meetings and social service activities (2) working with Rec.
   Coordinator to involve families in their children’s programs (3) work in the
   pre-school directly with children (4) work with Development Director on
   grants for programs.
   www.the-fbc.org


11 Hacienda de Los Angeles
   1402 E. South Mountain Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85040
   Tara Buettner– (480) 513-9270 Tara@haciendahealthcare.org
   Interact with children six months to 2 1/2 years on a one-on-one basis working
   with developmental toys; assist in supervising playgroup sessions; observe and
   reinforce positive behavior and role-modeling. Help clean-up and set-up snack
   time, toys and play areas.
   www.haciendahealthcare.org
12 Headstart                                                                 305
   E. Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201
   234 N. Central Avenue Suite #800, Phoenix, AZ 85009
   1510 S 19th Dr. Phoenix, 85009                               Debbie Wiesman
   (480) 464-9669 x223 or (602) 506-8879 x222

   Comprehensive developmental preschool program for low income children age
   4-5; includes education, health/nutrition, social services, parent involvement
   and special needs services. Intern assists lead teachers and assistants by
   interacting one-on-one with children during work time and free time, reading
   stories to children, assisting with small group experiences, participating in
   large group activities and taking responsibility for specific educational
   programs. May also include assisting Case workers in doing assessments and
   providing services to families with pre-school aged children. There is some
   record keeping (maintaining logs and entering data) as well as Interpersonal
   contact involved in this Internship opportunity.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart

14 Kyrene Kids Club
   Jackie Sponberg (480) 783-4059
   Interns work in before school, after school, and full day Early Learning Center
   Programs with infants through middle school-aged children. Sites are open
   from 6:30am to 6:30pm. Employment opportunities are also available.
   www.kyrene.org/childcare


   Living with Autism
   2075 S. Cottonwood Dr., Tempe, AZ 85282
   Michael Medoro – (480) 222-4104 mmedoro@livingwithautism.net
   Beatriz Conti - (480) 222-4112 bconti@livingwithautism.net


15 Maricopa County Head Start
   East Valey Nicole Hoffman (480) 464-9669 x201 City of Phoenix (602) 262-
   4040 West Valley (623) 486-9868 Jenny Gonzales: call and they will give
   more information
   Joyce Vidal-Thornburg – (602) 506-5911
   Develop a Family Partnership Agreement for each center family, facilitates,
   encourages and supports parent involvement. Makes periodic home visits to
   each family, maintains current, accurate and confidential records.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp
16 Maricopa County - Head Start
   234 N. Central Avenue #810, Phoenix, AZ 85009
   Jenny O’Connor – (602) 506-5676
   Several options in child and family health, education, literacy, mental health
   and social services.
   www.hsd.maricopa.gov/headstart/defaultasp

17 Mountain Park Health Center
   635 E. Baseline, Phoenix, AZ 85040
    Jennifer Kennedy, Health Educator – (602) 243-1746
   Conduct child development evaluations in patient’s homes for project Health
   Start; help teach/restructure parenting program (classes); work with pediatric
   department (example: develop child development brochures in English and
   Spanish for patients.
18 Murphy School District Head Start
   2615 W, Buckeye Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85009
   Lorenda Brown – (602) 353-5065 lbrown@msdaz.org
   Intern will work with Parent Involvement Specialist, and lead teacher providing
   special services, and or assisting in classroom with preschool children.

19 New Arizona Family, Inc. Nursery Program
    3301 E. Pinchot, Phoenix, AZ 85015
   Margaret Martinin (602) 553-7317
   Program provides mothers and infants an opportunity to become drug or
   alcohol free and thrive.
   www.newazfamily.org

20 Omega Academy
    5757 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85035
   Dr. Patricia Bassett (623) 776-2069 option 4, then push ext 1113
   Provides counseling, workshops, and training for at risk preschool through 12th
   grade students. Includes issues related to conflict resolution, sexual abuse,
   special needs, domestic violence, cultural diversity, self-esteem, decision
   making, study skills.
   www.omegak12.com
21 Parents Anonymous
   3320 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix, AZ 85008
    Roni Zeman – (602) 889-3594 rzeman@umom.org
    Duties: Help with parenting classes, work and play with children at the classes.
    Helps with the 24-hour helpline listening to callers (no counseling). Also,
   mentor to kids living in a group home. Facilitate curriculum ased parent
   education groups to adults. Attend agency staff meetings, provide community
   outreach for the agency, present community workshops, assist in special
   projects..
   http://www.parentsanonymous.org/paIndex10.html

22 Phoenix Day Child Development
     115 E. Tonto, Phoenix, AZ 85004
   Rosemary Cortez - (602) 254-4613 ext 101
   Work in classroom (infant – kindergarten) with our children and instructors.
   Ongoing activities, lesson plans, conflict management and resolution.
   www.phoenixday.org

23 Save the Family Foundation of Arizona
   450 W. 4th Place, Mesa, AZ
   Laura Skotnicki (480) 898-0228, ext. 203 LauraS@savethefamily.org
   Transitional housing program for homeless families with children; assist
   families in transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency; provide
   counseling, education classes,     child care assistance, parenting and budget
   workshops and recreational programs.
   www.savethefamily.org
24 Southwest Human Development
   202 E. Earll Drive, Suite 140, Phoenix, AZ 85012
   Further information available in internship files.
   Trudi Morman Murch, Suzanne Schunk, Jan Martner – (602) 266-5976
   Duties: Varies with placement (*).

   *Katie Romero, Disabilities Division (under direction of Trudy Mormon
   March) – (602) 266-5976 ext. 5065
   Duties: Work with children birth to three who are born with disabilities and
   their families.

   *Suzanne Schunk, Director of Healthy Families – (602) 266-5976
   Duties: Work with families at risk for abuse and neglect.

   *Jan Martner, Director of Infant Mental Health Program – (602) 200-0434
   Duties: Interns would do home visiting to adolescent mothers of infants, and
   young children who are enrolled in Early Headstart.
   www.mha.chw.edu/index.asp?pg=ps




25 United Methodist Outreach Ministries (U.M.O.M.)
       Nurture Care Center
   3320 E Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008
   Roni Zeman – (602) 889-3594 rzeman@umom.org
   Primary care and educational instruction for children ages one through eight.
   All these children are from homeless families and need TLC and security in
   their lives. Teaching duties will vary.
   www.umom.org or www.unitedway.org
26 Upward Foundation
   6306 N. 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85014
   Sharon Graham – (602) 279-5801 ex 119
   Works with small groups or one on one in our integrated child care classroom
   or in early intervention classroom under supervision of classroom teacher.
   www.upwardfoundation.org

				
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