Application Deadline:  November 15

Complete internship applications must be submitted to the director of psychology training by November 15 or the first business day thereafter. Prospective intern candidates will be contacted by December 1st to schedule an interview.

The following qualities are considered when selecting internship applicants to participate in the interview process:

  • Completion of all coursework, in an APA approved doctoral program in clinical, counseling, or school psychology
  • Academic excellence
  • Minimum of 500 practicum hour
  • Minimum of 100 hours of psychological assessment and report writing experience
  • Interpersonal maturity and sensitivity
  • Diverse practical experiences
  • High ethical standards and professionalism
  • Good clinical judgment
  • Ability to work as a team member
  • Appropriate career interests

Application Materials

Required application materials include:

  1. Letter of application/interest
  2. Completed APPIC Application for Psychology Internship (AAPI - online)
  3. In your cover letter, include the number of applicants to the graduate program versus the number of applicants accepted into the program for the cohort year in which the applicant began the graduate program.
  4. Curriculum vita
  5. Official university graduate transcripts
  6. Minimum of three letters of professional recommendation
  7. One sample of a psychological or neuropsychological evaluation and one case conceptualization.

Application materials should be addressed to C.J. Powers, PhD, director of psychology training (see contact information).