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Administrative Assistant

Bridges of the Mind Psychological Services, Inc

Sacramento, CA, USA

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Mandatory Qualifications

Interns must be 16 years old by June 10th, 2024. River City High School students must have completed at least one course in one of WUSD’s Career Technical Education Pathways. View qualifying courses here. Yolo High School and Washington Middle College students must have a recommendation form filled out by a teacher or counselor. All participants must have also viewed an online informational session about the internships offered by the Home Run team. If you were unable to attend a scheduled session, you may listen to the full recording here (audio starts at 2:25).


  • Perform on-site administrative tasks for Bridges of the Mind Psychological Services, as requested by the team to include but not limited to, scanning, chart review, research projects, welcoming clients, and more. 

  • Help with clients while their parent is in session with the clinician. *Regular and reliable attendance and timely arrival to work are required. 

  • Abide by all laws, rules, regulations, and codes of ethics that are binding upon or applicable to the services performed for Bridges of the Mind Psychological Services, Inc. 

  • Conduct and regulate self in a professional manner so as to maintain and increase the goodwill and reputation of Bridges of the Mind Psychological Services, Inc. Be respectful of and cooperative and collaborative with co-workers. 

  • Other duties which may be assigned by Bridges of the Mind Psychological Services, Inc.

About the Business

At Bridges of the Mind Psychological Services, Inc., we are a team with a passion and commitment to serving our community through outreach and individually tailored services. We strive to provide an inclusive, diverse, and accepting workplace, where professionalism and expertise are valued, supporting the growth of our providers through continuing education and professional development. We support people across the lifespan with learning and developmental challenges through clarifying assessments, which provide a framework for understanding and allow for tailored interventions, to bridge from the evaluation to resources and services. We are dedicated to our community and our team is here to support and guide your family. We believe that by lifting up all in our community and supporting our care partners, we contribute to a more vibrant, healthy, and emotionally sustainable world.

Preferred Abilities

Hardworking, flexible, kinda, strong time management, research skills, HIPAA

Learning outcomes

  • Effective communication skills, including the ability to ask questions and clarify information.

  • Computer literacy and proficiency in using various software and tools.

  • Strong customer service skills, including the ability to communicate appointment details effectively and courteously.

  • Experience interacting and working with neurodivergent children, including playing, interacting, and providing supervision.

Special Project

*Projects will include researching the local pediatricians in the area and reaching out to set up consultation calls.
*Researching our cancelation data and helping to determine any patterns or ideas for improvement.
*Assisting Administrative Assistant come up with office efficiency ideas.

Additional Information

*Please note that this position is outside of West Sacramento. Interns will need to find their own transportation to and from the worksite and weekly trainings.

We are located outside of West Sacramento at 2424 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA

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