JobID 2549 : Social Work Intern (2) (#2032095)

Job | Posted 2 months ago
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District 65 is an elementary district characterized by educational excellence, diversity in our student population, PBIS distinction and the delivery of services to all students across the spectrum of their needs. We have a well-established internship program that has trained school social workers from the major universities in the area and from universities across the country for decades. The benefits of our internship are that we prepare school social workers who can function in any school district post-graduation.  That is, we train generalists.  We emphasize the skills needed to be successful social workers, including assessment and consultation skills, problem solving and team-based abilities, data management and administrative competencies, extensive mental health services, RTI and inclusive practices, as well as the full spectrum of special education services.


Under the direction of the assigned school social worker(s):

  • Assist with the development of social developmental histories
  • Assist with counseling students
  • Assist with writing IEP's
  • Assist with conducting social skill groups
  • Assist with providing crisis intervention as needed
  • Participate in Care Teams


Eligibility to apply for social work intern approval through ISBE

Salary and Benefits:
$5,400 for the school year based upon a FTE .6 work schedule.

There are no benefits with this position.  However, interns have access to a variety of professional development available within the ditrict.

Application Procedure:

Apply online at

Selection Procedure:

Selected intern candidates will be notified to schedule an interview.

Every Child, Every Day, Whatever It Takes

Posted By

Evanston Community Consolidated School District 65

1500 McDaniel Ave, Evanston, IL 60201-3976
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$17,096 (USD)

State Average: $13,341 (USD)

% ELL Students


State Average: 10%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 15.71

% IEP Students


State Average: 15%



State Average: 246