An internship is an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the psychology field in a specific area of interest. Internship opportunities may include youth outreach, juvenile and adult corrections, elder services, halfway house and shelter work, vocational rehabilitation and personnel work. All students interested in doing an internship must complete specific requirements, described in the Internship Information document. Additional information is available on the Career Development Center website.
Dr. Richard Kolotkin is the Psychology Department Internship coordinator.