Internships, Centers and Initiatives

Academic Internship Courses

Internship/Fieldwork resources and procedures for programs within the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. These include Psychology and Criminal Justice majors, Childhood Studies and Gerontology minors and students with a Mental Health concentration.

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Washington Internship Program (WIP)

WIP is an opportunity for students to earn academic credit and real-world experience by living for a semester in Washington, D.C., participating in a seminar, and being placed in any number of agencies and organizations that fit with a student’s career interests.

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Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA)

Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA)

SCOSA’s mission is to promote research, education, and services to local, regional, and statewide needs related to older adults and aging processes.


Child Welfare Education Institute (CWEI)

Child Welfare Education Institute (CWEI)

The Child Welfare Education Institute (CWEI) supports the ongoing transformation of the public child welfare system through social work education and professional training. The three programs that constitute CWEI are the Baccalaureate Child Welfare Education Program (BCWEP), the Masters Child Welfare Education Program (MCWEP), and the New Jersey Child Welfare Training Partnership, Southern Region (NJCWTP-SR).


Stockton CSI

Stockton CSI

Stockton CSI is a summer residential experience for high-school students in criminal investigation, forensic psychology, and legal procedure.



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LGBTQ+ Youth Safe Space

The LGBTQ+ Youth Safe Space Initiative aims to create a vibrant relationship between Stockton University and the local community in an effort to support the health and wellbeing of LGBTQ+ youth.



Community-Based Social Research Collaborative Community-Based Social Research Collaborative 

Community-Based Social Research Collaborative seeks to build a new partnership between universities and the cities in which they reside that brings together academia with the state and community-based organizations.