Residential Life MSW Interns

Residential Life MSW Interns

Binghamton Residential Life now offers case management services right in our communities. Our staff of interns from the University's Master of Social Work (MSW) program are here to help our residents with life on campus, supporting their transition to young adulthood by providing assistance with social, behavioral, emotional and academic concerns.

MSW Interns help by:

  • Meeting with students in distress or in need of assistance
  • Assisting residents with resolving roommate or interpersonal conflicts
  • Conducting wellness checks on residents with history of self-harm, crisis transports and/or other mental health concerns
  • Making AOD referrals for students experiencing alcohol or other substance abuse
  • Connecting students with other resources available on campus
  • Working with student staff in the residence halls to effectively use casework approach

MSW Summer Interns

We are excited for you to meet our new summer interns who are holding office hours via Zoom throughout the summer!

Phoebe Byrnes

Phoebe Byrnes

Mondays and Tuesdays
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Binghamton is my hometown. I have always enjoyed building and creating relationships as well as advocating for people. One of the main reasons I chose the field of Social Work was to become someone who I needed when I was younger. I am interested in working with young people in the future.

Anthony Penaherrera

Anthony Penaherrera

Mondays and Tuesdays
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Binghamton is my hometown. Community has always been important to me. I’ve always been interested in making connections, building rapport, maintaining relationships, and advocating for people. My mom is a school social worker and has been a significant role model for me in my life. I hope to utilize my personal experiences, interests, and skills to be the best social worker that I can be.

Here to Help Resources

If you need help, we've compiled a list of resources and contact information for on and off campus here.