Section I: FOUNDATIONS. 1. The Lay of the Land. 2. Framing the Experience: The Developmental Stages of an Internship. 3. Internship Essentials: Tools for Staying Engaged. 4. Starting with You: Understanding Yourself. Section II: BEGINNINGS. 5. Experiencing the 'What Ifs': The Anticipation Stage. 6. Internship Essentials: The Learning Contract and Supervision. 7. Getting to Know the Clients: Chapter of Special Relevance to Helping and Service Professionals. Section III: RHYTHMS. 8. Moving Ahead: The Exploration Stage. 9. Internship Essentials: Advanced Tools for Staying Engaged and Moving Forward. 10. Navigating the Internship Site. 11. Finding the Beat of the Community. Section IV: CRESCENDOS. 12. Riding High: The Competence Stage. 13. Internship Essentials: Professional, Ethical, and Legal Issues: What's to Know and Why?. 14. And in the End: The Culmination Stage.
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About the Author
H. Frederick Sweitzer is Associate Provost and Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Hartford in Connecticut. Fred has over 30 years' experience in human services as a social worker, administrator, teacher, and consultant. He has placed and supervised undergraduate interns for 20 years and developed the internship seminar at the University of Hartford. Fred brings to his work a strong background in self-understanding, human development, experiential education, service learning, civic engagement, professional education, and group dynamics. He is on the editorial boards for the journals Human Service Education and Human Services Today, and has published widely in the field.
Mary A. King, Ed.D. is Professor Emerita at Fitchburg State University where she was faculty and coordinator of field placements in Behavioral Sciences, supervised graduate and undergraduate interns in professional studies and liberal arts programs, and instructed service-learning. She has over 30 years experience working with interns in the field and on campus and brings to her academic work backgrounds in teaching, criminal justice, consultation and counseling psychology, holding several professional licenses. Mary has published in the fields of experiential and human service education and has served on national and regional boards, most recently that of the National Society for Experiential Education, where she currently oversees the NSEE Experiential Education Academy.