Internship Opportunities for Psychology Students
USCB’s Psychology program requires students to complete an internship or practicum to help them prepare a career path. You'll put your classroom theories to work, follow best-practice guidelines and gain hands-on experience as you practice ethics and professional behavior in a community setting. You will also select personal learning goals specific to your internship.
Interns make connections with potential future employers, learn skills employers want to see and may develop strong references to boost their success upon graduation. Internships for USCB academic credit are usually unpaid.
USCB Psychology students have completed internships at:
- Hope Performance Systems
- Hopeful Horizons
- Wright Directions
- Volunteers in Medicine
- BriteLife Recovery Center
- Memory Matters
- Brain Balance
- Coastal Empire Mental Health
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
- Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Department
For more information about Psychology internships, contact internship coordinator Sandra Kazlauskaite Knapp, MS, LPCS at email@example.com