Internships

 

Internships

Now Placing Interns for the 2019-2020 school year!

Wayside is a teaching and training facility that provides graduate and undergraduate students with internships and clinical placement.

Each year, Wayside welcomes a large group of student interns from Social Work, Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy and Expressive Therapy programs, to name a few. Field placements are arranged in our agency components; Community Services and Residential and Day Services.

Student interns participate in Wayside programming and training and are integrated into our day to day delivering of support services to clients. Our interns are integral and important members of our team and are included in Wayside’s mission of providing responsible and effective client care. While our interns receive excellent training and supervision from us, we, too, benefit from our interns energy, experience and education.

Below is a list of all our currently active internships. If you are interested please apply through our Employment Opportunities page!

For more information contact our Director of Recruitment & Inclusion, Amy Hogarth, at [email protected].

Graduate Internships

Final year 9-month Masters Level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000.

Shortstop

1 Frederick Abbott Way Somerville, Massachusetts 02144 Phone: 617-776-3377 FAX: 617-628-3915   Contact Person: Danielle Demoss   Please send resumes to [email protected]   CORI check: Yes Car needed: No Stipends: No Home Visits: No Travel Reimbursement: Yes Other schedule requirements: Evenings/Nights Description of program and training opportunities: The Shortstop Transitional Housing Program provides an array of services for young adults 18-24. We serve two populations of youths, those who are considered homeless and those who are referred by DCF. We provide intense case management services that are appropriate for his/her unique needs that promote growth, stability and structure. Shortstop also provides the vehicle for ongoing assessment. All program services are designed to help participants achieve self-sufficiency and a timely transition into permanent housing. Weekly individual and group meetings are held to discuss personal progress, conduct life skills sessions and provide a forum for group discussions.   Shortstop services include:  
  • Life skills development
  • Volunteer services that provide home cooked meals for participants
  • Assistance with exploring a variety of permanent housing options
  • Employment readiness training, resume writing and interview skills
  • Money management/budgeting
  • Referrals to collaborative agencies for health, dental, mental health and substance abuse counseling
  • 6 months to follow up case management services are provided to each client who completes the program
Wayside MetroWest Community Services   Address: 88 Lincoln Street, Framingham, MA 01702 Phone: 508-620-0010 FAX: 508-875-1439   Contact Person: MAURA KELLY, 508-469-3260, [email protected]   Please contact for a phone screening and we will discuss any questions you have about this intern position. If, together, we determine that you are a match for our program, you will be asked to forward a resume and cover letter.   Field Instructors: LICSWs, LMHCs, LMFT   CORI check: yes Preservice Orientation: yes Stipends Available: yes Car needed: yes Home visits: yes Travel reimbursement: yes Language skills: Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Creole are assets, though not required.   Description of program and training opportunities: Wayside MetroWest Community Services serves a variety of people with serious emotional disturbances through community based interventions: Intensive Care Coordination, Mobile Crisis Intervention, In-Home Therapy, Family Support and Stabilization, Therapeutic Mentoring, Youth Support and Outpatient therapy. We utilize Wraparound, Motivational Interviewing and strength-based models of care to see families not only in the office but also in their homes and provide intensive wrap-around, family-centered, solution-focused treatment. As a member of the site team, interns will have the opportunity to work in collaboration with staff as well as independently with multi-stressed families across multiple settings.   Internship Requirements: •Intern must be available a minimum of 20 hours/week and have the ability to work two evenings a week •A background in health and human services or related field preferred •Second/final year interns only •Intern must have strong communication skills both written and verbal •Intern must be comfortable in a variety of settings including office, home visits and community meetings •Valid driver’s license required and working vehicle •CORI check and completion of Wayside’s Pre-service Orientation •Perform intakes, assessments, treatment plans/individual care plans, follow up care and on-going treatment •Weekly attend and participate in staff meeting and intern seminar •Coordinate care for families and individuals including seeking other services and resources as well as collaborating with a variety of systems and providers

Wayside Quality & Clinical Services

88 Lincoln Street, Framingham MA 01702 Phone: 508-620-0010 Fax: 508-626-7625

 

SITE CONTACT: Vice President Elizabeth Reid, [email protected]

 

SITE FIELD INSTUCTORS: TBD TOTAL # OF SITE TRAINEES: 1

 

CORI CHECK: Yes CAR NEEDED: Yes HOME VISITS: Yes TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT: Yes LANGUAGE SKILLS: Spanish is an asset but not required. MANDATORY MEETINGS: Supervision meetings are negotiated. Other meetings yet to be scheduled – times are flexible.

 

Description of program and training opportunities: This internship would provide assistance to outcomes data collection and evaluation system for Wayside Youth & Family Support Network. The student would document outcomes data (utilizing current outcomes survey instruments), training evaluation data, comparison data to previous years, client and family satisfaction data results and develop executive reports and development of executive reports. The intern will likely also assist with meeting preparation, minutes, development of reports and use of data in marketing efforts.

 

The best fit is a confident self-starter who enjoys being part of a strong team, but works well independently. Clinical and or academic exposure to sociology, statistics, data collection, psychology, family work and trauma is recommended. Will accept first and second year Master’s candidates. Student must be highly organized, have good analytical ability, be proficient in the use of excel and other systems for data analysis, and be able to handle multiple tasks at one time.

Continuum Waltham

431 River Street, Waltham, MA. 02453 Telephone: 781-891-0555 Fax: 781-647-1432

 

Contact Person: Karen Dexter, JD LICSW 781-966-5642 [email protected]

 

Field Instructors: Sarah Raffel, LICSW

 

Stipend: Final year 9-month Masters Level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000.

 

CORI check: yes as part of a mandatory orientation Car needed: yes Home visits: yes Travel reimbursement: yes Language skills: Spanish, Portuguese, Creole are assets, though not required Mandatory meetings: Tuesdays: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. staff meeting; 12-1:00 p.m. intern seminar. Other schedule requirements: flexibility is key; interns can expect to work some evening hrs. each week min. of 20/hrs. wk commitment; must take place over at least 3 separate days per week.

 

Description of program and training opportunities: Seeking 2nd year interns. The Continuum Program provides a range of in-home, community-based services designed to preserve and support families with children who may struggle with chronic mental illness and/or significant behavioral challenges. Continuum Clinicians provide individual, couples and family therapy. Treatment is generally intensive in nature and delivered using a strengths-based, resiliency-focused philosophy. Clinicians work with clients referred from DCF and DMH to address such issues as behavior management, substance abuse, mental health symptom management, budgeting, household management, parent education, and more. Clinicians may also have the opportunity to follow a client and their family through group home level of care and assist with treatment during a client’s stay in a higher level of care. Clinicians also provide comprehensive assessments and goal formulation, therapeutic intervention, case management, advocacy and concrete services such as transportation to appointments, assistance with accessing services, and referrals. This is an excellent placement for confident self-starters who will receive ample support from a strong clinical team and will also function autonomously in the community. Clinical and/or academic exposure to family work and chronic mental illness is recommended. Second year graduate students preferred, though will consider strong first year students with relevant experience. Continuum clinicians work out of the Waltham site and serve clients residing in a wide geographical area.

Worcester East Family Networks

151 West Boylston Dr, Worcester, MA 01604 Phone: 508-929-2000 Fax: 508-754-9803

 

SITE CONTACT: Marci Deutsch, [email protected]

 

TOTAL # OF SITE TRAINEES: 1 Macro-focused student. The best fit is a macro social work student who seeks experience working with systems. This internship is not clinical in nature and will not fulfill the requirements for direct client contact. However, this is a comprehensive case management- focused placement with exposure to child welfare and community based systems.

 

Stipends: Final year 9-month Masters Level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000. CORI CHECK: Yes CAR NEEDED: Yes HOME VISITS: Yes TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT: Yes LANGUAGE SKILLS: Spanish is an asset but not required. MANDATORY MEETINGS: Staff Meetings: Fridays 10-11:30

 

Description of program and training opportunities: This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the child welfare system, to support the team by unearthing community resources for families and the DCF Staff, and to experience working in a fast paced social services environment. The best fit is a macro social work student who seeks experience working with systems. This internship is not clinical in nature and will not fulfill the requirements for direct client contact. However, this is a comprehensive case management- focused placement with exposure to child welfare and community based systems.

 

The Family Networks Program partners with the Department of Children and Families office in Worcester, MA to assist DCF in providing quality services to children and families. The program convenes Family Team Meetings that focus on strengths, family involvement, community connections, cultural competency, and an environment of continuous learning. The focus of the program is to oversee in-home support/stabilization services designed to preserve or reunify families, as well as out of home placement services including specially trained foster homes, community group homes and residential treatment facilities.

 

Interns will partner with a Service Coordinator to carry a case load of families and youth receiving either home-based or placement services and will be responsible for overseeing the client’s progress in achieving their treatment goals, moving towards permanent living situations for youth, and maintaining youth’s connections to the community. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in Family Team Meetings, collaborate in decision-making processes that emphasize family strengths, and monitoring quality of services and building and maintaining relationships with DCF, providers, and communities. We are looking for a confident self-starter who enjoys being part of a strong clinical team but can also function independently in the community. Clinical and/ or academic exposure to sociology, psychology, family work and trauma is recommended. Will accept undergraduate students, as well as first and second year Master’s candidates.

Continuum Framingham

10 Asylum St. Milford, MA 01757
Telephone: 774-777-3125/ Fax: 774-777-3163 Contact Person: Jodie Nierintz, LMFT 774-489-2308
Send resumes to [email protected] Stipend: Final year 9-month Masters Level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000.
CORI check: yes
Car needed: yes
Home visits: yes
Travel reimbursement: yes
Language skills: Spanish, Portuguese, Creole are assets, though not required Mandatory meetings: Monday Staff Meetings, 11-12:30pm Other schedule requirements: flexibility is key; interns can expect to work some evening hrs. each week min. of 20/hrs. wk commitment; must take place over at least 3 separate days per week.   Description of program and training opportunities: Seeking 2nd year interns. The Continuum Program provides a range of in-home, community-based services designed to preserve and support families with children who may struggle with chronic mental illness and/or significant behavioral challenges. Continuum Clinicians provide individual, couples and family therapy in a home setting. Treatment is generally intensive in nature and delivered using a strengths-based, resiliency-focused philosophy. Clinicians work with clients referred from DCF and DMH to address such issues as behavior management, substance abuse, mental health symptom management, budgeting, household management, parent education, and more. Clinicians may also have the opportunity to follow a client and their family through a short-term, out of home placement in a group home setting and assist with treatment during a client’s stay in a higher level of care.  Clinicians also provide comprehensive assessments and goal formulation, therapeutic intervention, case management, advocacy and concrete services such as transportation to appointments, assistance with accessing services, and referrals.  This is an excellent placement for confident self-starters who will receive ample support from a strong clinical team and will also function autonomously in the community. Clinical and/or academic exposure to family work and chronic mental illness is recommended. Second year graduate students preferred, though will consider strong first year students with relevant experience.  Continuum clinicians work out of the Milford site and serve clients residing in a wide geographical area.

Wayside Day Center

1 Frederick Abbott Way Framingham, Massachusetts 01701 508-879-9800   FAX: 508-875-1348   Contact Person: Please send resumes to [email protected]   CORI check: Yes    Mandatory pre-service training will include CORI paperwork. Car needed: Yes  (site is not on public transportation) Stipends:  Final year 9-month Masters Level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000. Home Visits: No Candidate preferences: a foundation of direct practice with youth struggling with social/emotional/behavioral/mental challenges and/or experience working in a residential treatment setting Language Skills: Spanish, Portuguese, and Haitian Creole desirable, not required Mandatory meetings: Staff meetings on Wednesdays 3:15-5:00pm; group supervision TBD Other schedule requirements: primarily day hours; occasional evening appointments, minimum of 24 hours per week. We ask that interns not take more than 10 days off in between the Fall and Spring Semester. Summer Block option: YES   Description of program and training opportunities: The Wayside Day Center is a dynamic, clinically diverse day treatment program for male and female adolescents ages 12 to 18 who have emotional, behavioral, substance abuse, and/or psychiatric difficulties. Many of the clients are involved with either the Department of Mental Health (DMH) or the Department of Children and Families (DCF). The program provides treatment for issues such as mood disorders, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), behavioral disorders, thought disorders, psychosis, self-injury, suicidality, trauma, substance use, and developmental disorders. Some clients reside at one of Wayside's acute residential programs on site, while other clients live at home. Placement is designed to be acutely short term and with the intention of stabilizing symptoms to prevent hospitalization, shorten hospital stays, and reintegrate clients into their typical daily routines.   Interns at the Day Center have the opportunity to gain experience with a variety of differing levels of care and diagnoses, both at acute residential placements as well as short term intensive day treatment. Interns provide individual counseling, family support/counseling, case management, diagnostic assessment, treatment planning, group therapy, therapeutic activities, milieu-based counseling, crisis intervention, and discharge planning. Contact with parents and collateral treatment providers is also a routine part of case management. This site is an excellent match for interns who enjoy a fast-paced setting, who desire to work with adolescents and their families, who have a strong work ethic and who have excellent writing skills. Interns gain crucial experience in crisis intervention and, developing their clinical skills while benefiting from the opportunity to work closely within a multidisciplinary team. Second year graduate level interns are preferred; first year interns with a strong work ethic and high energy level will also be considered.
Dirección: 88 Lincoln Street, Framingham, MA 01702 Teléfono: 508-620-0010 FAX: 508-875-1439 Persona de contacto: Supervisor clínico, Maura Kelly, [email protected]   Por favor, aplique a través del sitio web. Nos pondremos en contacto con usted para una evaluación telefónica y discutiremos cualquier pregunta que tenga sobre la practica profesional.   Instructores de campo: LICSWs, LMHCs, LMFT   Chequeo de CORI: si Orientación de servicio: si Ingresos adicionales: sí, solo al final del año. Carro necesario: sí Visitas domiciliarias: sí Reembolso de viaje: sí Habilidades lingüísticas: español, portugués, criollo haitiano, aunque no se requieren.   Descripción del programa y oportunidades de capacitación: Wayside MetroWest Community Services atiende a una variedad de personas con trastornos emocionales graves a través de intervenciones basadas en la comunidad: Coordinación de Cuidados Intensivos, Intervención de Crisis Móvil, Terapia en el Hogar, Apoyo y Estabilización Familiar, Mentoría Terapéutica, Apoyo para Jóvenes y Terapia Ambulatoria. Utilizamos servicios de envoltura, entrevista motivacional y modelos de atención basados ​​en la fuerza para ver familias en la comunidad (incluyendo hogares familiares, oficinas, otros entornos comunitarios) y proporcionar un tratamiento intensivo, centrado en la familia, centrado en la solución. Como miembro del equipo, los practicantes tendrán la oportunidad de trabajar en colaboración con el personal, así como de manera independiente con familias con estrés múltiple en variados entornos.   Requisitos de la practica profesional: • El practicante debe estar disponible un mínimo de 20 horas por semana y tener la capacidad de trabajar dos noches a la semana. • Un fondo en servicios de salud y humanos o campo relacionado preferido • Practicantes en el segundo / último año solamente. • El practicante debe tener fuertes habilidades de comunicación, tanto escritas como verbales. • El practicante debe sentirse cómodo en una variedad de entornos que incluyen oficinas, visitas domiciliarias y reuniones comunitarias. • Se requiere licencia de conducir válida y vehículo de trabajo. • Verificación de CORI y finalización de la Orientación previa al servicio de Wayside. • Realizar acciones, evaluaciones, planes de tratamiento / planes de atención individual, atención de seguimiento y tratamiento continuo. • Asistir semanalmente y participar en reuniones del personal y seminarios internos. • Coordinar la atención para familias e individuos, lo que incluye buscar otros servicios y recursos, así como colaborar con una variedad de sistemas y proveedores.

Wayside Lowell

73 E. Merrimack Street, Lowell MA 01852
Phone: 978.221.6923, fax 978.221.6924
 
Contact Person :Beth Chin, LICSW @ 978.349.4155,
[email protected] Field Instructors:3 LICSW, 1 LMHC Stipends: Final year 9-month Masters Level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000.
CORI check: yes as part of a mandatory orientation
Car needed: yes
Home visits: yes
Travel reimbursement: yes
Language skills: Spanish, Portuguese, Khmer are assets, though not requiredMandatory meetings: Staff meeting; 9-12 Wednesdays Schedule Requirements: Students will need to commit to three days a week on site. Flexibility is key; interns can expect to work some evening hours each week, minimum of 20 hours/ week.

Description of program and training opportunities:

Wayside Lowell provides an array of in-home, community-based services designed to protect, preserve and reunify families. Services are delivered by a team of MA level clinicians, BA level Youth & Family Support Workers, and Family Partners. The services offered range from In-Home Therapy, Intensive Care Coordination, Family Support & Training and Therapeutic Mentoring. Treatment is generally intensive in nature and delivered using a strengths-based, resiliency-focused, wraparound philosophy. Wayside Lowell staff work with clients referred from the local school system, Department of Children and Families, Department of Mental Health, and a variety of community and mental health providers. Referrals to services are designed to address such issues as behavior management, mental health symptom management, crisis stabilization, family conflict, substance abuse, household management, parent education, access to resources and more. Using the Wraparound model, Clinicians collaborate with families and system partners to provide comprehensive assessments, goal formulation, therapeutic, evidence-based intervention, care coordination and advocacy. This is an excellent placement for confident students who will receive ample support from a strong clinical team and will also function autonomously in the community. Individual and group supervision is provided weekly by an independently licensed clinician. Clinical and/or academic exposure to family work is recommended. Second year students preferred, though will consider strong first year students with relevant experience.

Lowell Community Service Agency (CSA)

73 East Merrimack Street, Lowell, MA
Telephone: 978.221.6923 Fax: 978.221.6924 Site Contact: , MSW, LICSW Senior Program Director , 978.349.4155
Site Field Instructors:  2 LICSW, 1LMHC Total # of Site Trainees:   2 Second Year Graduate Social Work Students Stipends:  Final year 9-month Masters Level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000.
Cori Check: Yes
Car Needed:  Yes
Home Visits: Yes
Travel Reimbursement: Yes
Language Skills: Spanish and/or Khmer is helpful but not required
Mandatory Meetings: WednesdaysSchedule Requirements: Students will need to commit to three days a week on site. Description of program and training opportunities:Wayside’s Community Service Agency provides two services for children/youth and their families: Intensive Care Coordination and a Family Partner providing support and parent coaching. The ICC (Intensive Care Coordinator) and Family Partner work together as a team and use a Wraparound approach in working with families to help them identify their strengths and needs and facilitate a process that assists the families in bringing about change to reach their vision for their child and family. The Family Partner provides direct support to the parent/caregiver of the child/youth who is enrolled in the CSA. Interns acting in the role of ICC will coordinate all providers and team members to ensure that the child/family’s needs are being met in accordance with their goals. This includes conducting a Comprehensive Assessment on the child to ensure eligibility for the program (under the age of 21, on MassHealth and have a Severe Emotional Disturbance, SED).  This assessment will provide a summary of the child and family’s strengths, needs and culture to assist with the facilitation of the Wraparound process. The ICC will then be responsible for weekly contact with the family and team members to monitor progress towards the goals developed. The Intensive Care Coordinator will convene and facilitate monthly family team meetings (Care Plan Meetings) with the family, collaterals, schools, state agencies and natural family supports in attendance. The ICC intern has regular face to face contact with the child and caregivers that is clinical and therapeutic in nature. However, the ICC will not be doing individual therapy with the child. Wayside’s Lowell program serves a variety of people with serious emotional disturbances through community based interventions funded by MassHealth, the Department of Children and Families and the Department of Mental Health. The Wayside Lowell Program utilizes a strength-based model of care to see families in their homes and provide intensive wrap-around, family-centered, solution-focused treatment. As a member of the Lowell team, interns will have the opportunity to work in collaboration with staff as well as independently with multi-stressed families across multiple settings. Internship Requirements:
  • Intern must be available a minimum of 20 hours/week and have the ability to work two evenings a week
  • A background in health and human services or related field preferred
  • Second/final year interns preferred, strong first year interns considered
  • Intern must have strong communication skills both written and verbal
  • Intern must be comfortable in a variety of settings including office, home visits and community meetings
  • Valid driver’s license required and working vehicle
  • CORI check and completion of Wayside’s Preservice Orientation
  • Languages: Spanish, Portuguese and Haitian-Creole-speaking are not required but considered assets.
  • Carry a caseload of 3 to 5 families and meet with them 1 to 2 times weekly; 1 case will be outpatient
  • Perform intakes, assessments, and on-going treatment
  • Write interpretive summaries, treatment plans and progress notes
  • Weekly on Wednesday attend and participate in staff meeting and intern seminar
  • Coordinate care for families and individuals including seeking other services and resources as well as collaborating with a variety of systems and providers

Blackstone Valley Community Services

10 Asylum St. Milford,  Massachusetts 01757  508-478-6888   FAX: 508-478-9042

 

Contact Person: Denise Barry, LMHC, LMFT @ 508 478-6888 x 3168 Resumes to:  [email protected]

 

CORI check: Yes    Mandatory preservice training will include CORI paperwork. Car needed: Yes  (site is not on public transportation) Stipends:  Second year Master’s level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000 Home visits: Yes Travel reimbursement: Yes Language skills: Spanish, Portuguese, and ASL desirable, not required Mandatory meetings: Staff meetings Monday 10-11:30am; Intern Seminar Monday 12-1:30 Other schedule requirements: expectation is 20 hours per week over at least three separate days; some evening hours required.

 

Description of program and training opportunities: Seeking 2nd year, Masters level interns.  Wayside’s Blackstone Valley Community Services program is located in Milford, MA and provides a range of treatment services.  Interns would participate in in-home therapy services, community based services and outpatient counseling services in the clinic office.  Interns at this site would also have the opportunity to work with our Trauma Intervention Team, which is a service for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault (adolescents and adults).

 

Interns will provide individual, group and family therapy.   In-home and outpatient services are primarily provided for children and adolescents and their families.  Referrals typically come from DCF, DMH and area schools and pediatricians, as well as various insurance companies, with a focus on improving behavioral and mental health functioning.  In addition to therapy services, interns gain experience in providing diagnostic assessments, case management,  treatment planning, crisis intervention, and discharge planning.  This site is a placement for interns who want to increase their skills and knowledge in working with families, have a strong work ethic and who have excellent writing skills. Interns are supported by licensed supervisors and an experienced clinical team.  Second year graduate students only.
SITE: Wayside Multi Service Center

 

SITE ADDRESS:  127 N. Beacon St., Watertown, MA PHONE NUMBER: 617-926-3600 FAX NUMBER: 617-924-1027

 

CONTACT PERSON:  Danielle DeMoss CONTACT INFORMATION: 617-284-2641;
SEND RESUMES TO: [email protected]

 

CORI CHECK? YES CAR NEEDED? NO STIPENDS?  Final year graduate interns are eligible for a stipend.  Also, second year graduate interns choosing to do their internship at Wayside who are fluent in one or more of the following languages: Haitian-Creole, Spanish, Portuguese, and American Sign Language and Khmer, will receive a stipend totaling $1500 to be paid in two parts upon successfully completing each semester.Fall/Spring Stipend:   $1500.00 Payments:  $750 per semester HOME VISITS?  Not required TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT AVAILABLE?  Yes REQUIRED LANGUAGE SKILLS?  Spanish and Haitian-Creole are assets, though not required MANDATORY MEETINGS:  Staff Meetings Thursday mornings OTHER SCHEDULE REQUIREMENTS: School day hours plus 2 late afternoons or evenings per week. This placement ends the second week of June.

 

DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES: Wayside Multi Service Center is a small community-based mental health and prevention center offering a range of clinical and community services to children and adolescents. Services include delivery of clinical care to Watertown youth through the Student Assistance Program (SAP). Interns carry a caseload of high school and middle school youth who need individual counseling, crisis intervention & case management. Additional clinical work involves working with the Watertown’s Social Service Resource Specialist; answering calls and meeting with Watertown residents in need of assistance around a wide variety of issues. Interns will assist in providing assessment, short term intervention, referral, and follow up services.  Final year interns also have the opportunity to do clinical work through the outpatient clinic in Watertown.

 

Additional intern experiences involve implementation of after-school activity groups for youth in Watertown’s low-income Housing Development, HIV/AIDS prevention in Somerville, and Peer Leadership with the Watertown Youth Coalition. These groups concretize Wayside’s mission of prevention and early intervention by offering enrichment opportunities that increase emotional resiliency and decrease risk factors such as substance abuse and violence.

 

This site offers interns an excellent experience working in a variety of capacities with a committed group of staff. Interns should understand the nature of youth development and prevention work and be invested in community- based services and organizing. Must also be able to work independently and in a team environment, demonstrate initiative, flexibility and have strong organizational skills.
Address:  88 Lincoln Street, Framingham, MA 01702 Phone: 508-620-0010 FAX: 508-875-1439 Contact Person: Maura Kelly, [email protected]   Please contact for a phone screening and we will discuss any questions you have about this intern position.  If, together, we determine that you are a match for our program, you will be asked to forward a resume and cover letter.   Field Instructors:  LICSWs, LMHCs, LMFT CORI check: yes Preservice Orientation: yes Stipends Available Car needed: yes           Home visits: Yes     Travel reimbursement: yes Language skills: Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Creole are assets, though not required.   Description of program and training opportunities: Wayside MetroWest Community Services serves a variety of people with serious emotional disturbances through community based interventions: Intensive Care Coordination, Mobile Crisis Intervention, In-Home Therapy, Family Support and Stabilization, Therapeutic Mentoring, Youth Support and Outpatient therapy. We utilize Wraparound, Motivational Interviewing and strength-based models of care to see families not only in the office but also in their homes and provide intensive wrap-around, family-centered, solution-focused treatment. As a member of the site team, interns will have the opportunity to work in collaboration with staff as well as independently with multi-stressed families across multiple settings.   This internship would serve as a member of Pride Side. Pride Side is comprised of a team of staff who can serve as a clinical resource for mental, emotional and behavioral health issues surrounding LGBTQ+ youth and families. This staff team identify as LGBTQ+ to the clients they serve as a way to offer positive role models for clients who are LGBTQ+.   Wayside has partnership with OUT MetroWest, a vibrant, local, grassroots organization established to provide a safe space for LGBTQ+ youth support group gatherings. Wayside PrideSide staff attend OUT MetroWest programming to serve as a clinical resource to the youth who attend their support groups, as well as a clinical training resource for their staff and team.   OUT MetroWest offers these programs for youth: Umbrella is a trans-facilitated program for transgender and gender non-conforming high school youth. WAGLY is a youth-led, adult-supported program for all LGBTQ high school youth. This Intern would need to be able to attend one or both of these groups as part of the internship.   Internship Requirements: ·         Intern must be available a minimum of 20 hours/week and have the ability to work two evenings a week ·         A background in health and human services or related field preferred ·         Second/final year interns only ·         Intern must have strong communication skills both written and verbal ·         Intern must be comfortable in a variety of settings including office, home visits and community meetings ·         Valid driver’s license required and working vehicle ·         CORI check and completion of Wayside’s Pre-service Orientation ·         Perform intakes, assessments, treatment plans/individual care plans, follow up care and on-going treatment ·         Weekly attend and participate in staff meeting and intern seminar ·         Coordinate care for families and individuals including seeking other services and resources as well as collaborating with a variety of systems and providers ·         Attend Pride Side Meeting every other month and LGBT+ Coalition also every other month both take place on Wednesdays

Blackstone Valley Trauma Intervention Services

10 Asylum St. Milford,  Massachusetts 01757  508-478-6888   FAX: 508-478-9042

 

Contact Person: Jeanne Ward, LCSW @ 508 478-6888 x 3135 Resumes to:  [email protected]

 

CORI check: Yes    Mandatory preservice training will include CORI paperwork. Car needed: Yes  (site is not on public transportation) Stipends:  Second year Master’s level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000 Home visits: No Travel reimbursement: Yes Language skills: Spanish, Portuguese, and ASL desirable, not required Mandatory meetings: Staff meetings Monday 10-11:30am; Intern Seminar Monday 12-1:30, Team Meeting 2nd and 4th Thursdays 1-2:30 Other schedule requirements: expectation is 16-20 hours per week over at least three separate days; some evening hours required.

 

Description of program and training opportunities: Seeking first year, or second year Masters level interns.  Trauma Intervention Services Program is located within Wayside’s Blackstone Valley Community Services Program in Milford, MA.  It is a victim service program offering support and advocacy to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.  Interns working for TIS would participate in providing hotline coverage, individual and group supportive counseling and advocacy services to clients ages 12 and up in our Sexual Assault and ages 5 and up for our Child Witness to Violence Programs. Services are free and confidential and offered to both victims and their non-offending significant others.

 

Referrals typically come from DCF, area police, schools and pediatricians, as well as other medical professionals, with a focus on improving safety and overall functioning following their victimization.  In addition to counseling services, interns gain experience in providing brief assessments, case management, safety planning, crisis intervention, and provide information and referrals.  This site is a placement for interns who want to increase their skills and knowledge in working with families experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault, and who are interested in working on a team. Interns are supported by licensed supervisors and an experienced clinical team. A 40-rape crisis/domestic violence training is required and will be provided.

Twelve Prescott Young Adult Program

12 Prescott Street, Arlington MA 02144 Telephone: 781-643-1668/ Fax: 781-643-2689

 

Contact Person: Patti Sullivan, 781-643-1668, [email protected]
Stipend: Final year 9-month Masters Level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000.

 

CORI check: yes as part of a mandatory orientation Car needed: yes Home visits: yes Travel reimbursement: yes Suggested meetings: Clinical Rounds Wednesdays 1:30-2:30 Other schedule requirements: flexibility is key; interns can expect to work some evening hrs. each week min. of 20/hrs. wk commitment

 

Description of program and training opportunities: Seeking 1st and 2nd year interns. Twelve Prescott provides a range of residential and community-based services designed to preserve and support young adults who may struggle with chronic mental illness. Twelve Prescott is a unique program that offers three levels of care for young adults along with a resource center on our first floor. Interns at Twelve Prescott will be given the opportunity to work with young adults in a 24 hour residential program, a supported apartment setting, as well as work with young adults living in the community.  Treatment is generally intensive in nature and delivered using a strengths-based philosophy with the focus on Trauma Informed Care, DBT, and Motivational Interviewing. Transition Facilitators and Clinicians work with clients referred from DMH to address such issues as substance abuse, mental health symptom management, budgeting, household management, parent education, and more. Transition Facilitators and Clinicians also provide comprehensive assessments and goal formulation, therapeutic interventions, case management, advocacy and concrete services such as transportation to appointments, assistance with accessing services, and referrals.  Internships are also available at our Resource Center.  STEPS Resource Center is a peer run drop in center.  The focus at STEPS is to foster peer leadership through young adult facilitated groups.  A Twelve Prescott Internship is an excellent placement for confident self-starters who will receive ample support from a strong clinical team and will also function autonomously in the community. Clinical and/or academic exposure to family work and chronic mental illness is recommended. Second year graduate students preferred, though will consider strong first year students with relevant experience.

Home Base Services: Waltham & Medford (2 SITES)

431 River Street, Suite 1, Waltham, MA, 02453 Telephone: 781-891-0556/ Fax: 781-701-8905   5 High Street, Suite 101, Medford, MA, 02155 Telephone: 781-338-2640/ Fax: 781-338-2217 Contact Person: Leza Sarrouf, LICSW @ 781-423-5229 Send resumes to: [email protected] Field Instructors: Leza Sarrouf, LICSW, Marcy West, LICSW, Valerie Conen, LICSW, Rachel Levy, LICSW, Beth Garreau, LICSW, Sara Berkowitz, LICSW
Stipend: Financial stipends awarded to Final Year Graduate Level Clinical Interns who participate in full academic year internships: $2,000/ $3,000 for Bi-lingual Interns (Haitian-Creole, Spanish, Portuguese, American Sign Language, Mandarin, and Cantonese) paid in three parts.
CORI check: yes as part of a mandatory orientation
Car needed: yes
Home visits: yes
Travel reimbursement: yes
Language skills: Haitian-Creole, Spanish, Portuguese, American Sign Language, Mandarin, and Cantonese are assets, though not required Mandatory meetings: Tuesdays: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. staff meeting; Tuesdays: 12-1pm intern seminar Other schedule requirements: flexibility is key; interns can expect to work some evening hrs. each week min. of 20/hrs. wk commitment; must take place over at least 3 separate days per week. Description of program and training opportunities: Seeking 2nd year interns. The Waltham and Medford sites provides a range of in-home, community-based services designed to protect, preserve, and reunify families.  Community-Based Clinicians provide individual, couples and family therapy. Treatment is generally short-term and intensive in nature and delivered using a strengths-based, resiliency-focused philosophy. Clinicians work with clients referred from DCF, DMH, and a variety of insurance companies to address such issues as behavior management, substance abuse, mental health symptom management, budgeting, household management, parent education, and more. Clinicians provide comprehensive assessments and goal formulation, therapeutic intervention, case management, advocacy and concrete services such as transportation to appointments, assistance with accessing services, and referrals.  This is an excellent placement for confident self-starters who will receive ample support from a strong clinical team and will also function autonomously in the community. Clinical and/or academic exposure to family work is recommended. Second year graduate students preferred, though will consider strong first year students with relevant experience. There is a possibility, if desired, for second year interns to carry 2-3 outpatient cases in the Outpatient Department at the Waltham site. Opportunities exist to co-facilitate a DMH activity-based group for youth receiving DMH or Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) services.   Community-Based Clinicians work out of two sites, Waltham and Medford, and serve clients residing in a wide geographical area.

Wayside Academy

1 Frederick Abbott Way. Framingham MA 01701 Phone: 508.879.9800, fax 508.875.1348 Contact Person: Phil Ekberg, Principal Send resumes to: [email protected] Stipends: Final year 9-month Masters Level interns will be given a $2,000 stipend in three payments. Those with specific language capacity will receive an additional $1,000 for a total of $3,000.
CORI check: yes - all background checks required by Department of Elementary and Secondary Education are completed
Car needed: yes
Home visits: no
Travel reimbursement: yes for school related meetings
Language skills: Spanish, Haitian Creole, and Portuguese are preferred but not required
Mandatory meetings: Fridays from 1:00pm-3:30pm Schedule Requirements: Graduate clinical interns are required to be here all 3 days a week for 24 hours. Student Teaching practicums need to meet the hours required by their program. Wayside requires all interns to complete our mandatory pre-service training as well as all online trainings prior to beginning an internship

Description of program and training opportunities:

Wayside Academy is a Chapter 766 special education school located in Framingham, Massachusetts. Wayside Academy provides an educational placement for students requiring specialized education, per their I.E.P's. Students may also be referred by their school districts for 45-day assessments. These assessments include both educational as well as behavioral/clinical needs.
  • Clinical interns will gain experience by working in an educational setting, completing functional behavioral assessments, running therapeutic groups, providing 1:1 support and counseling, and working on transitional living skills with age appropriate students. Wayside provides monthly clinical trainings on a variety of subject matters in addition to clinical trainings in staff meetings.
  • Student teaching interns will gain experience by teaching specific subject matter and differential learning techniques based on needs of the students in the classroom. Experience writing IEP goals and quarterly progress reviews. Participation in annual IEP meetings with school districts and educational treatment team. Wayside provides monthly professional development training opportunities for educational staff.

Undergraduate Internships

Accounting

1 Frederick Abbott Way
Framingham, MA 01702
Phone: 508.270.1240 Fax: 508.270.2619

 

 

 

Duties to include:
  • General Ledger – Enter standard journal entries
  • Petty Cash
  • Complete monthly balance sheet reconciliations
  • Accounts Payable – assist with data entry and distribution of checks.
  • Accounts Payable – assist with phone calls and email.
  • Accounts Receivable – assist with completing binders for audit
  • Audit – Assist with audit preparation Fiscal Year Audit
  • Participate in miscellaneous activities within the department

 

Qualifications:
  • Must be enrolled full-time in a Bachelor’s Degree Program of Accounting or Finance OR MBA
  • Must have basic proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Word.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • No drug or alcohol related convictions on driving record (DUI/DWI) within the past 5 years.

 

Interested applicants, please contact: [email protected]

 

 

**Please note that all for-credit internships must be approved by your academic department prior to acceptance.

Framingham Family Networks

300 Howard St. Framingham MA 01702
Phone: 508-424-0208 Fax: 508-872-8340

 

SITE CONTACT: Jessica Kohlstrom, Program Director
JESSICA KOHLSTROM

 

SITE FIELD INSTUCTORS: TBD
TOTAL # OF SITE TRAINEES: 1

 

CORI CHECK: Yes
CAR NEEDED: Yes
Stipend: No
HOME VISITS: Yes
TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT: Yes
LANGUAGE SKILLS: Spanish/Portuguese is an asset but not required.
MANDATORY MEETINGS: Flexible schedule

 

Description of program and training opportunities:
This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the child welfare system! The best fit is a macro social work student who seeks experience working with systems. This internship is not clinical in nature and will not fulfill the requirements for direct client contact. However, this is a comprehensive case management focused placement with exposure to child welfare and community based systems.

 

The Family Networks Program partners with the Department of Children and Families office in Framingham, MA to assist DCF in providing quality services to children and families. The program convenes Family Team Meetings that focus on strengths, family involvement, community connections, cultural competency, and an environment of continuous learning. The focus of the program is to oversee in-home support/stabilization services designed to preserve or reunify families, as well as out of home placement services including specially trained foster homes, community group homes and residential treatment facilities. Interns will shadow program staff to gain exposure of working with families and youth receiving either home-based or placement services and overseeing the client’s progress in achieving their treatment goals, moving towards permanency, and maintaining youth’s connections to the community. Interns will have the opportunity to help monitor the quality of services and building and maintaining relationships with DCF, providers, and communities. We are looking for a confident self-starter, with good communication skills who enjoys being part of a strong clinical team but can also function independently. Clinical and/ or academic exposure to sociology, psychology, family work and trauma is recommended.

Worcester East Family Networks

151 West Boylston St., Worcester, MA 01604 Phone: 508-929-2000 Fax: 508-754-9803 &nbsp SITE CONTACT: Resumes To: Program Director: Marci Deutsch, [email protected] &nbsp SITE FIELD INSTRUCTORS: TBD TOTAL # OF SITE TRAINEES: 1 Macro-focused student &nbsp CORI CHECK: Yes CAR NEEDED: Yes HOME VISITS: Yes TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT: Yes LANGUAGE SKILLS: Spanish is an asset but not required. MANDATORY MEETINGS: Staff Meetings: Fridays 10-11:30 &nbsp Description of program and training opportunities: This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the child welfare system, to support the team by unearthing community resources for families and the DCF Staff, and to experience working in a fast paced social services environment. The best fit is a macro social work student who seeks experience working with systems. This internship is not clinical in nature and will not fulfill the requirements for direct client contact. However, this is a comprehensive case management- focused placement with exposure to child welfare and community based systems. The Family Networks Program partners with the Department of Children and Families office in Worcester, MA to assist DCF in providing quality services to children and families. The program convenes Family Team Meetings that focus on strengths, family involvement, community connections, cultural competency, and an environment of continuous learning. The focus of the program is to oversee in-home support/stabilization services designed to preserve or reunify families, as well as out of home placement services including specially trained foster homes, community group homes and residential treatment facilities. Interns will partner with a Service Coordinator to carry a case load of families and youth receiving either home-based or placement services and will be responsible for overseeing the client’s progress in achieving their treatment goals, moving towards permanent living situations for youth, and maintaining youth’s connections to the community. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in Family Team Meetings, collaborate in decision-making processes that emphasize family strengths, and monitoring quality of services and building and maintaining relationships with DCF, providers, and communities. We are looking for a confident self-starter who enjoys being part of a strong clinical team but can also function independently in the community. Clinical and/ or academic exposure to sociology, psychology, family work and trauma is recommended. Will accept undergraduate students, as well as first and second year Master’s candidates.

Wayside Lowell: Undergraduate Degree

77 East Merrimack St., Lowell, MA 01852
Phone: 978.349.4155 Fax: 978.221.6924

 

Contact: BETH CHIN, MSW, LICSW, Site Director, 978.349.4155

 

Site Field Instructors: 3 LICSW, 1 LMHC
Total # of Site Trainees: 2 Senior Year Undergraduate Interns

 

Cori Check: YES
Home Visits: YES
Travel Reimbursement: YES
Language Skills: Spanish and/or Khmer is helpful, but not required
Mandatory Meetings: Wednesdays, 9-12
Schedule Requirements: Students will need to commit to three days a week on site. Flexibility is key; interns can expect to work some evening hours each week, maximum of 10 hours per week.

 

Description of program and training opportunities:
Wayside Lowell provides an array of in-home, community-based services designed to protect, preserve and reunify families. Services are delivered by a team of MA level clinicians, BA level Youth & Family Support Workers, and Family Partners. The services offered range from In-Home Family Therapy, Intensive Care Coordination, Family Support & Training and Therapeutic Mentoring. Treatment is generally intensive in nature and delivered using a strengths-based, resiliency-focused, wraparound philosophy.

 

Wayside Lowell staff work with clients referred from the local school system, Department of Children and Families, Department of Mental Health, and a variety of other community and mental health providers. Referrals to services are designed to address such issues as behavior management, mental health symptom management, crisis stabilization, family conflict, substance abuse, household management, parent education, access to resources and more. Using the Wraparound model, Undergraduate interns will collaborate with Wayside clinicians to assess the strengths and needs of youth and their families, assist with goal formulation and deliver therapeutic, evidence-based interventions.

Framingham Family Resource Center

88 Lincoln Street, Framingham MA 01701 Telephone: 508-270-1313 Fax: 508-686-7625 &nbsp Contact Person: Heather Polidi, [email protected] &nbsp CORI check: yes as part of a mandatory orientation Car needed: no Home visits: no Travel reimbursement: yes Suggested meetings: Wednesdays mornings Other schedule requirements: flexibility is key; interns can expect to work some evening hrs. each week min. of 20/hrs. wk commitment &nbsp Description of program and training opportunities: Framingham Family Resource Center is part of a statewide network of community-based providers offering multi-cultural parenting programs, support groups, information and referral resources and education for families whose children range in age from birth to 18 years of age. &nbsp The Framingham Family Resource Center can provide easy access to information and assistance related to health care, safety, employment, training, education and peer support in Middlesex County. In each of our communities, our goal is to support families to strengthen their bonds, connect to others, and engage in their community. Our core values are: Respect, Trust, Safety, Wellness, Caring, Connectivity, and Education. &nbsp This is an excellent opportunity for a student preparing for a career in Human Services. Students will gain experience working directly with families assisting them with a number of issues and connecting them to services. Students will also be performing family needs assessments, case management and systems navigation. Upon completion students should have a working knowledge of most of the departments that fall under the Executive office of Health and Human Services.
Twelve Prescott Young Adult Program
12 Prescott Street, Arlington MA 02144
Telephone: 781-643-1668/ Fax: 781-643-2689

Contact Person: Patti Sullivan, 781-643-1668 [email protected]

CORI check: yes as part of a mandatory orientation
Car needed: no
Home visits: yes
Other schedule requirements: flexibility is key, nights available

Description of program and training opportunities: Twelve Prescott provides a range of residential and community-based services designed to preserve and support young adults who may struggle with chronic mental illness. Twelve Prescott is a unique program that offers three levels of care for young adults along with a resource center on our first floor. Interns at Twelve Prescott will be given the opportunity to work with young adults in a 24 hour residential program, a supported apartment setting, as well as work with young adults living in the community. Treatment is generally intensive in nature and delivered using a strengths-based philosophy with the focus on Trauma Informed Care, DBT, and Motivational Interviewing. Transition Facilitators and Clinicians work with clients referred from DMH to address such issues as substance abuse, mental health symptom management, budgeting, household management, parent education, and more. Transition Facilitators and Clinicians also provide comprehensive assessments and goal formulation, therapeutic interventions, case management, advocacy and concrete services such as transportation to appointments, assistance with accessing services, and referrals. Internships are also available at our Resource Center. STEPS Resource Center is a peer run drop in center. The focus at STEPS is to foster peer leadership through young adult facilitated groups.

A Twelve Prescott Internship is an excellent placement for confident self-starters who will receive ample support from a strong clinical team and will also function autonomously in the community.

Wayside Campus

1 Frederick Abbott Way, Framingham MA 01701

We would be happy to consider undergraduate students for our residential and day programs. Students must be Juniors or Seniors and working towards a degree in any of the following: Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, or Criminal Justice. Interns are required to have four separate background checks which include: CORI, SORI, DCF, and Finger Printing and must also be drug-tested. Summer Internships available. Students must be Seniors and attend a week-long orientation training.

  • All applications must be in by April 1st.
  • Fall Internships all applications in by September 1st
  • Spring Internships all applications must be in by February 1st
  • Year Internships are available however students must attend a week-long training and be Seniors.

This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about residential treatment and non-profit agencies. We are seeking mature students who will support and adhere to our boundaries policy and the impact of their role. We need students who are highly flexible, able to multi-task and have excellent interpersonal skills. All interns are expected to act professionally and in a manner that is consistent with Wayside’s core service values of resiliency, excellence and diversity. This placement would be working alongside our Residential Counselors with youth (boys & girls) ages 12-18 who are in residential care and who are dealing with mental illness, behavior problems or multi-stressed families. Fall Internships between September-December/ Spring Internships January – May Requirements: This internship is for a minimum of 8 hours per week minimum, 16 hours maximum during the school year. We strongly prefer the Intern attend our week-long Pre-Service training helped usually the 3rd week of the month. Year Internships September – May This internship is for a minimum of 12 hours per week and a maximum of 24 hours. Year Interns are required to attend our week-long Pre- service Training. This training is 9-5 usually held the third week of the month. Summer internships require a commitment of 21 hours a week for 3 days and require attendance at our week of Pre-Service usually held the third week of the month. The hours are flexible and on weekdays/weeknights although we would request that intern attend staff meetings if possible. The undergraduate intern is responsible for providing constant monitoring, providing a safe and therapeutic milieu through established behavior management systems. The intern will provide modeling in the milieu to facilitate group and activity structure and work with the team to promote identified standards of behavior and provide a positive role model for youth. There is also an opportunity to develop and facilitate a curriculum for  psychoeducational groups. This new curriculum will be on various topics such as healthy eating, fitness, body image, current events, social media awareness, goal and dreams making, arts and crafts, dance, sports etc. The intern will co-lead this group and will receive supervision and support throughout placement. This internship is unpaid by Wayside. Our campus is not on public transportation so alternative transportation is required for this position. All interns are required to attend an orientation before beginning placement. For information, please contact or send resumes and cover letters to: Sara McCabe c/o Wayside Youth and Family Support Network One Frederick Abbott Way Framingham, MA 01701 508.270.1279 Fax: 508.875.1348

The Department of People & Culture consists of Human Resources, Benefits and Payroll. The internship duties include:
  • Payroll-assist Payroll Department with overall accountancy and audit preparation
  • Benefits- Assist with Benefits enrollments, wellness initiatives and benefit communications
  • Human Resources- Assist with new hire on-boarding, compliance and training
  • Human Resources Information System Data Entry (Ceridian)
  • Administrative support for the Department of People & Culture
Qualifications:
  • Must be enrolled in an Associate or Bachelor's Degree Program
  • Must posses the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, maintain confidentiality and adhere to the organization's standard of ethics
  • Must have basic proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Must be at least 18 years old
Interested applicant, please contact: Amy Hogarth, [email protected]

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