Krempels Center offers internship opportunities to undergraduate and graduate-level students in allied health, human services, and other relevant areas of study.
The mission of the student internship program is to provide a hands-on professional internship experiences that promote the development of professional skills and behaviors as well as provide an introduction to issues and challenges facing brain injury survivors. Our experienced professional staff provide high quality group and/or individual supervision throughout internship experiences.
Primary goals of internships include the development of:
- professional skills and behaviors including professional presentation, interpersonal skills, team work, and responsible fulfillment of duties
- professional group and individual evaluation and intervention skills and an understanding of your profession’s scope of practice within a community setting
- therapist-client interactive skills and understanding of therapeutic use of self
- group planning and implementation skills, including choosing appropriate activities, understanding the therapeutic value of chosen activities and the adaptation of activities and the environment to meet members’ needs
For information about speech, human services, or any online internship at Krempels Center, please contact Jay Lancaster, Program Coordinator, at 603-570-2026, ext. 220, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about occupational therapy or therapeutic recreation internships, please contact Kelly Redwine-DePierre, Program Coordinator at (603)570-2026, ext. 26 or via email at email@example.com.
The experiences of our students have been outstanding – excellent supervision, exposure to different models of practice and an integrated, cross disciplinary approach that models the importance of working cooperatively with other disciplines on behalf of participants.
-Martha Byam, clinical assistant professor of social work, UNH
“The opportunities and knowledge I have received as an intern at Krempels Center have been above and beyond what I could have ever anticipated. My academics gave me a foundation in occupational therapy's theory and practice, but my experience at Krempels has given me the confidence, problem-solving, listening, and communication skills needed to be able to lead a group of people with a wide variety of cognitive and physical abilities. As a Krempels intern, I have led groups, worked one-on-one with members, facilitated a member-run craft fair, contributed to a cutting-edge research project, and more.”
Heather P., Level II Occupational Therapy Intern, Tufts University