Psychology Department

Internship Opportunities

The Psychology Department offers two courses for students to complete internship or practicum experience in the field.


PSY 306 Internship in Applied Psychology

* Applications are accepted during a set period of time before each semester. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis after – first come, first serve so inquire any time!

Learn about what to expect during the application process  HERE

Learn about the internship sites that are available here HERE

(Prerequisite: PSY 202 or PSY 203; Psychology Major or Minor status; Junior or Senior standing; Instructor’s permission)

For more information, reach out to Dr. Mary Murphy at and complete the application below

Opportunities are available within different populations including substance use/recovery, community mental health, and child/adolescent services. Check out some of the sites you could be matched with…

Students enrolled in PSY 306 gain valuable internship and job shadowing experiences to learn about the following professional careers in psychology:

School psychologists    ♦    Guidance counselors    ♦    Clinical psychologists    ♦    Probation officers    ♦    Family resource counselors    ♦    Domestic violence counselors    ♦    Holistic counselors    ♦    Child Development therapists    ♦    and more…


PSY 306 Application

Fall 2024 Flyer

How to apply for the internship


PSY 439 Community Psychology 

(Prerequisite: PSY 324 and one additional course from among the following: PSY 202, PSY 203, PSY 205). Fall semesters only.

For more information, reach out to Dr. Nicholas Gallucci at


External Opportunities

National Institutes of Health (NIH) Summer Internship in Biomedical Research (SIP)         

Yale University Post-Baccalaureate Research Education Programs

Yale Undergraduate Summer Research Internship