Mentored Internship Program (MIP)

Behavioral Health Mentored Internship Program (MIP)

Tarzana Treatment Centers College’s Mentored Internship Program (MIP) is designed to equip students with a robust platform to hone professional skills, receive comprehensive development training, and gain invaluable experience essential for seamless integration into the behavioral health workforce.
This 12-week, compensated, cohort-based initiative offers interns a structured framework for growth, featuring formal mentorship from well-experienced TTCC leaders/supervisors, individual and group supervision meetings, and comprehensive professional development training.
MIP interns are paired with leading healthcare administrators from different programs across the organization who serve not only as preceptors, but as professional mentors during their internship. Over their 12-week program, MIP interns can explore a variety of core competencies through projects including: public health education, networking & supervised outreach events, shadowing, data research, and more! TTC College’s MIP also delves deeper into the opportunities available throughout the behavioral health care industry, hosting curated weekly workshops and trainings that cover a range of important health science topics and professional skill-building.
TTC College’s MIP team hopes to provide multiple avenues of support for interns, through individual supervisions and meetings each week with their mentor & cohort to foster professional connections and assignment understanding. In addition, TTCC’s intern site supervisor follow interns throughout their program; interviewing, onboarding, and serving as a resource on-site for MIP interns to ensure intern success & satisfaction with their internship.

Program Length:

The Mentored Internship Program is 12-weeks long, requiring a minimum of 40 hours every ~2 weeks to total 240 hours. MIP internships begin during 1 of the following 3 terms: Spring, Summer, or Fall.


TTCC MIP internships are based out of the TTCC Headquarters and Main Campus adjacent to Tarzana Treatment Centers, Inc. Woodland Hills (TTCWH) Outpatient Clinic at 6022 Variel Avenue, Woodland Hills, CA 91376. Certain exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis.

Eligibility Requirements:

Applicants for the Mentored Internship Program must meet the following requirements:
-Must Be 18 years of age and possess a high school diploma or GED (General Education Development).
    • Undergraduate level MIP interns (Behavioral Health Intern II) must have more than 2 years of college credits.
    • Graduate level MIP interns (Behavioral Health Intern III) must possess an undergraduate degree.
  • Enrollment in at least 1 academic course at a community college or 4-year university.
  • Completion of TTC onboarding process, requirements, and trainings.
  • Participation in weekly program-specific supervisions, meetings, and trainings.
  • Attendance to events, team meetings, and check-ins as assigned by preceptor.
  • Must be interested in behavioral health and health education!

For any inquiries regarding the Mentored Internship Program at Tarzana Treatment Centers College, please reach out to





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