An internship with LifeBridge offers the opportunity to gain relevant experience and obtain a realistic perspective on working within your chosen field of study. The Student Internship program is for individuals enrolled in educational institutions at the graduate and undergraduate levels who need to complete a practicum/field placement. LifeBridge internships are unpaid.

We invite you to visit this site often for the latest student internship postings in all program and administrative areas. If you feel you’re a good fit for a student internship position with us, complete and submit the LifeBridge Student Internship Application to Resume and cover letters are welcome.


Only students presently matriculated in an accredited graduate program will be considered for student internship in our Behavioral Health Program. To initiate the LifeBridge review process, students are required to provide a referral from the academic program of study. Thereafter, and upon receipt of the academic referral, an in-person interview will be scheduled to discuss academic internship requirements, accommodation for the requested semester(s) of internship, and LifeBridge student internship requirements.

Background verifications will be completed on all student interns.