Graduate students pursuing degrees in clinical or school psychology or in applied behavior analysis are invited to apply for summer externships in the department of Psychology. Externships typically consist of 150 to 300 hours between May 1 and August 1. Students can observe and participate in the delivery of clinical services for children with a wide variety of behavioral, emotional, and cognitive disabilities. They can participate in ongoing research projects with opportunities to develop and complete research using small n research designs. Externs can also participate in professional development activities, as well as, attend clinical seminars and grand rounds. Some externs can participate in our AmeriCorps program, which offers a small stipend and tuition remission.
Jennifer D. Burt, PhD