Internship & Volunteer Opportunities
Why should I do an internship? In a survey of 301 employers, sponsored by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (2008), respondents were asked which methods of assessing student learning are most helpful in evaluating a job applicant's potential to succeed at his or her company. Heading the list was a 'supervised/evaluated internship/community-based project where students apply college learning in a real-world setting.' 83% of the employers regarded this form of assessment as fairly or very effective. - Hettich & Landrum, Your Undergraduate Degree In Psychology, 2014
Click on a category below to view internship and volunteer opportunities that previous undergraduate students in psychology have successfully completed:
Children & Youth Services Educational and Tutoring Services On-Campus Volunteering
Community Development & Outreach Services Health Services and Advocacy Business-related Opportunities
Developmental Disabilities Services Elderly Care Services Mental Health Substance Abuse and Victim Outreach Services
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**Click here to view/print the form needed to obtain course credit for your internship.
**Click here to view/print the form if you do not want to receive course credit.