Internships & Involvement

Becoming an Intern

Update on Internships: Due to COVID-19, the summer & fall 2020 ASPIRE internships will not be available.

The status of our spring 2021 internship is still unknown at this time. More information will be posted here as it is determined. If you would like to withdraw your application from consideration, please email

The ASPIRE Clinic clinical internship program opportunity is well-suited for dedicated, responsible, and energetic University of Georgia undergraduate students who may also have and interest in helping field careers such as: marriage and family therapy, social work, psychology, mental health counseling, financial planning/financial therapy, and other collaborative disciplines. Interns assist in ASPIRE's busy and fast-paced environment, help with clinical projects, and support ASPIRE's staff and student service providers through this important role. The ASPIRE internship requires a commitment of about 10-12 hours per week and is approved for UGA experiential learning requirements in several UGA Colleges. ASPIRE is also an internship placement site for HDFS majors. Applications can be submitted through the Intern Applicant Information Sheet. To check the status and receipt of an application, please email

Please contact the ASPIRE Clinic Coordinator, Megan Ford, at if you have additional questions.

Becoming a Service Provider: Working Directly with Clients

The ASPIRE Clinic undergraduate internship program is different than being involved as a student service provider and working one-on-one with ASPIRE clients. If you're interested in helping those in our community directly through direct service provision, gaining a unique experiential learning opportunity, and are a student of the College of Family and Consumer Sciences or the UGA Law School, please contact us at! New service providers begin work at ASPIRE at the start of every semester and will need to enroll in the course specific to the ASPIRE Clinic experience.

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