The Internship Program begins August 12, 2013
Internship appointments are for a continuous 12-month period during which approximately 2,000 hours of supervised training will be acquired. Interns work 40 to 50 hours per week, and can fulfill their approximately 2,000 hours while still taking holidays, sick leave and vacations.
Psychology Interns Receive
- Current stipend: $23,000 in 26 bi-weekly pay period
- Medical insurance
- Dental insurance
- Paid vacations and holidays
*This amount reflects the 2012-2013 year and may be increased for 2013-2014
- Prospective interns applying for Primary Children's Psychology Internship Training program must have completed a master's degree or equivalent in a doctoral program not requiring a master's degree. To apply for an internship position for the 2013-2014 training year, submit the following materials through APPIC's API online service by November 6, 2012:
- Access and complete the AAPI online via the APPIC website: APPIC Application for Psychology Internship.
- Also download the following via the AAPI online service:
- A copy of your graduate transcripts.
- A copy of your current vita or resume.
- A cover letter expressing, among other things, your interests/goals upon seeking internship placement at Primary Children's Medical Center, including detailing for which rotations you feel qualified and want to be considered (e.g., outpatient, adolescent day treatment/residential, medical psychology and neuropsychology, and/or child maltreatment/trauma settings).
- Three (required) or four (optional) letters of recommendation from individuals who have observed your academic or clinical work.
- A copy of an assessment that integrates a variety of different assessment tools (e.g., IQ, personality, projective, neuropsychological). Please delete confidential, identifying information.
- Intern applicants need to obtain an Applicant Agreement Package from National Matching Services, Inc., and register for the match.
Recruitment & Selection Procedure
- The Psychology Internship Training Committee reviews all applications.
- Approximately 30 applicants will be offered an on-site interview.
- Interns invited for interviews will be informed of rotation combinations planned and asked to specify rotation combinations for which they seek consideration.
- Applicants will interview with supervisors of services or programs for which they are being considered.
- Interviews are held on three different days in January of 2013.
- Following interviews, training supervisors will rank applicants.
- The selection and notification process will follow APPIC Match guidelines.
- Interns accepted for the 2013-2014 training year will need to satisfactorily pass a pre-employment BCI/MIS criminal background check. Intermountain Healthcare's employment application (completed after the APPIC Match and before beginning internship) includes an inquiry about criminal history (felony and misdemeanor convictions, pending charges, pleas in abeyance). Applicants not completing this section or not answering truthfully will not receive offers of employment. The existence of a conviction does not automatically disqualify an individual from eligibility for employment.
- All employment offers will be made contingent upon completion of a drug test with a passing result (the drug screen is conducted prior to or upon beginning the internship). A failed test disqualifies individuals for employment for a period of twelve months from the test date. Presence of illegal drugs and/or metabolites, and/or the presence of prescription drugs and/or metabolites for which the tested individual does not have a current prescription, would be considered a failed test.
- This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person in this training program will solicit, accept or use ranking-related information from any internship applicant.
- Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Primary Children's Medical Center is a non-discriminatory / Affirmative Action Employer.