Interested in receiving real world experience in the field of psychology? Apply for PSH 498: Psychology Internship!
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Students greatly benefit from internship experiences. For example, Gallup* recently reported that College graduates (2002-2016) with relevant internships were more than twice as likely to acquire a good job immediately after graduation, and an internship reduced the time it took to find a good job in half.
Our Psychology Internship course offers students practical experience in the field of psychology. With a wide variety of placements where students can work with different populations, including, children, adolescents, and adults. Students can use this opportunity to gain worthwhile real-world experience and to explore different career options within the field of psychology. The internship experience facilitates informed career decisions, and provides relevant experience for employment after graduation as well as graduate school.
About our Internship:
Psychology Internship is a 3-credit course that can be either paid or unpaid, depending on the internship. Students are required to complete at least 135 hours over the course of the semester.
- Junior Status
- Minimum 2.5 GPA (cumulative and Psychology major)
- Completion of PSH 110, PSH 202, and In-progress or Completion of PSH 301
- Completion of three upper-division courses in Psychology at Brockport
- Reliable transportation to the Internship site
*Delta students may be able to apply earlier due to the shortened degree program but are subject to alternative requirements. Contact the Internship Coordinator for more details.
Application and Deadline:
Applications are due the semester before you intend to participate in the internship. The application is filled out online and can be found here.
- Spring Internship: Due September 15
- Summer or Fall Internships: February 15
Note: A completed application does not ensure approval of the course or successful placement.
"Having an opportunity to get first-hand experience with a School Psychologist taught me the beneficial aspects to the field that I would not get from sitting in a classroom. It made me discover my passion for the field more and helped me prepare for graduate school." -Brooke Batson, '18
For more information on international internships, please visit The Office of International Education, Dailey Hall, 2nd Floor or visit their website.
*Statistics gathered from Gallop-Purdue Index
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