Internship opportunities await you at Keswick!

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What better way to land a job post-graduation then taking an internship, field experience, or experiential learning for hands-on experience in your chosen field. If you are a freshman, an internship early in your college career could help you decide what major you may want to study. Internships are a great way to build a professional network, develop skills and get valuable feedback from professionals. To help facilitate that process, Keswick offers an array of opportunities for current undergrads and graduate students who plan to go into health-related fields.

To apply for an internship, field experience or experiential learning, you will need to submit:

  • Keswick Internship application
  • Background Check Form
  • Current Resume
  • Syllabus


Below are a sample of internships Keswick offers, as well as samples of job duties. All internships come with the benefits of working with professionals, receiving on-the-job-training, mentoring and knowledge that you will gain a well-rounded experience at Keswick!


Community Health

  • Assist with research-based educational intervention self-management programs for older adults
  • Provide support through one-on-one engagement with older adults in both the Wise & Well Center and the Multi-Care Center
  • Engage with senior groups and other Keswick partners to understand the needs of older adults in the community at-large as well as those current and prospective members of both Wise & Well and Community for Life
  • Engage older adults in the Multi-Care Center with program activities
  • Other duties and activities to be decided


Social Work

  • Provide ongoing support and expertise to older adult members of Wise and Well and residents/patients in Keswick’s long-term and rehab facilities through evidence-based programs, educational programs, special events, community arts and more
  • Attend community meetings and events to become aware of resources available for older adult clients, as well as promote Keswick’s services to the community at large
  • Engage with senior groups to learn about the needs of older adults in the community, creating seasonal educational newsletters, organizing social engagement opportunities for older adults in the community and engaging older adults in the Multi-Care Center with program activities
  • Provide assistance and/or encouragement to participants during group activities. Interns will also have an opportunity to lead activities
  • Other duties and activities to be decided



  • Assist with financial modeling
  • Provide general accounting support
  • Help with accounts receivable management
  • Provide support for annual budgeting process
  • Assist with statistical analysis and other special projects
  • Present data-driven recommendations to the finance team
  • Prepare monthly/quarterly financial analysis packets for management


Human Resources

  • Steps in the recruiting and hiring process, including posting job openings, reviewing resumes, conducting telephone and in-person interviews
  • Learn the importance of employment law and compliance, especially regarding employment eligibility, confidentiality, proper maintenance of employee files, and forms management
  • The interrelationship of HR and Finance in the areas of new employee paperwork, payroll issues related to onboarding and termination
  • Employee benefits management issues related to plan renewal and open enrollment, benefits enrollment, and termination, troubleshooting employee benefits issues, and the customer service aspect of benefits oversight

For more information, contact the Manager of Volunteer Services, Rosalyn Stewart at 410-662-4380, send us an e-mail at, or complete and submit the form on the right side of this page.

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