To fulfill our mission The Rich Center for Autism is accepting placement applications for field or clinical experience from undergraduate and graduate students who have an interest in learning about individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
What do I need to begin my Internship?
Once you have decided to pursue a clinical or field experience at The Rich Center for Autism, call the center to make an appointment with a supervisor to go over the necessary paperwork you need to complete before you start.
You will not be able to start your internship, clinical or field experience without a completed Intern/Volunteer packet.
- A copy of class syllabi
- Non-Conviction Statement
- Medical Form
- BCI Background Check
- Volunteer/Observation/Intern Orientation
- HIPPA/FERPA Confidentiality Agreement
- Publicity Release