Beginning in August 2014, the Community Service Council Internship Program launched a student driven expansion project targeted at matching rising health and human service university students with seasoned CSC leadership. Throughout the 2014-2015 academic year, 24 students were hosted throughout various programs at CSC, for a combined total of 6,942 logged hours. For the Fall 2015-Spring 2016 academic year, CSC will host over 35 students from six academic institutions, which an estimated contribution of over 6,000+ hours of service being provided by students.
In Spring 2015, students were asked to complete an evaluation of their overall internship experience with CSC at the conclusion of their placement. Survey analysis revealed:
Our Fall 2016 Internship Showcase featured seven interns’ work across multiple CSC initiatives.
Supporting the workforce development for health and human service students, the Community Service Council hosts 25-30 students annually from academic institutions and the United States State Department. Through standardized placement procedures students are oriented to CSC through engagement with multiple programs, expert leaders, and off-site professional development opportunities. Many students are choosing to complete both Bachelors and Masters level internships with CSC, in their chosen fields of study. Even more are seeking employment within the organization after graduation.
University of Oklahoma: School of Social Work; School of Public Health; School of Community Medicine; and College of Arts and Sciences: Human Resources
Northeastern State University: Department of Social Work; Department of Psychology
University of Tulsa: School of Law
Tulsa Community College: Human Services; Early Childhood Education; Digital Media Design; Sociology
Oral Roberts University: Social Work
Stanford University: Biocomputation
Tulsa Global Alliance
Tulsa Re-Entry One Stop
Tulsa Healthy Start
Family Health Coalition
Center for Community School Strategies
A Way Home for Tulsa
Child Care Resource Center
Alternatives to Incarceration Intiatives
Tulsa Weather Coalition
Sprouts Child Development Initiative