Career Services Internship Opportunities


Description: Students interested in Pre-Nursing, Nursing, Health Sciences, Social Work, Psychology may apply * Friendly social visits with an Alzheimer individual in their secure home. * No hands on-no physical care at all Earn a 2 year Certification-"Basic Dementia care" by the Alzheimer's Assoc. (2 hours in person, 4 hours online and a short online test)

Salary Unpaid/ $50 monthly stipend
Type of Opportunity Volunteer/Internship/ To earn credit for this please speak to the Cooperative Education Coordinator in your department, please see the link below:
Location New Hyde Park
Degree Wanted A.A., A.S. or A.A.S
Field of Study Health Sciences, Nursing, Social Work, Psychology, STEM
Field of Study
Special Skills & Requirements 3-4 hours a week minimum; 6 month commitment.
Company Name Park Jewish Institue- Alzheimer's Care Initiative
Contact: Gina Gargano
Address: 271-11 76th Avenue New Hyde Park, NY 11040
About the Company: The Institute was established by a group of benefactors as a shelter for homeless older people. From a single room in a private house in East Harlem, the group, incorporated as the Harlem House of the Daughters of Israel in 1914, moved to a three-story brownstone at 32 East 119th Street, and then, in 1925, to an eight-story building at 1260 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Enlarged facilities enabled Parker’s forerunner to care for increasing numbers of immigrants and other New Yorkers who sought assistance.
How To Apply: Please e-mail resume to Ms. Gina Gargano at:


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