Everybody Matters

Position Title
Everybody Matters Intern
Virtual or In-Person?
In Person
Internship Area
Mental Health
Actively Recruiting

The Mission of Everybody Matters is to help people thrive emotionally when life gets hard. To that end, Everybody Matters provides school-based mental health services to K-12 students focused on helping students learn healthy coping skills, social skills, skills to manage difficult emotions, and new strategies for managing stress. Our interns provide these services at a variety of schools throughout Arizona. 

It sounds too good to be true, but 100% of our interns would recommend our internship to another student! On average, interns carry a caseload of 12–20 students with whom they will meet weekly. This provides the opportunity to practice a variety of intervention strategies and modalities. To ensure that each client receives the optimal support, we individualize each intervention using a “cafeteria model” for choosing treatments and strategies. Last year, each intern completed over 200 meetings with their clients.

Internship Description


  • Provide advanced social-emotional support to K-12 students
  • Collaborate with school staff to schedule students
  • Incorporate a variety of interventions and tools to teach skills (coping skills, social skills, emotional regulation, etc.)
  • Complete required documentation in a timely manner and in adherence to agency policies
  • Have consistent attendance at internship and communicate any absences to staff
  • Attend weekly individual supervision and periodic group supervision
  • Adhere to the NASW Code of Ethics and agency policies and procedures
  • Complete other duties as assigned

How to Apply:

If you are interested in our internship opportunity, please complete the application form linked here or visit our website (everybodymatters.us/internships) to learn more and apply! You can also reach out to Kenneth Jugan (kenneth.jugan@everybodymattersaz.org) with any questions!