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The Psychology Internship selects prospective interns who are doctoral students during the current academic year and are currently matriculated in APA-approved clinical, counseling or school psychology programs.
Prospective interns must be in good standing and be cleared for internship training by the Director of Training of their respective doctoral clinical programs. Applicants must also have completed at least 250 intervention hours and 250 assessment hours before beginning their internship.
How to Apply
Applications must include least two letters of recommendation, preferably three. Supplemental materials such as sample reports, etc., are welcomed but not required.
When applying, applicants should indicate which track (pediatric or adult) they wish to pursue, as well as all areas of interest within their selected track from the available rotations.
Applications are generally due in November for the following academic year. Interns selected for interviews are notified in early December, and interviews begin in January.