The Internship Program begins August 10, 2015

Internship appointments are for a continuous 12-month period during which 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

*This amount reflects the 2014-2015 year and may be increased for 2015-2016

Application Process

  1. 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 2015-2016 training year, submit the following materials through APPIC's API online service by November 5, 2014:
  2. Access and complete the AAPI online via the APPIC website:  APPIC Application for Psychology Internship.
  3. Also download the following via the AAPI online service:
  4. Intern applicants need to obtain an Applicant Agreement Package from National Matching Services, Inc., and register for the match.

Recruitment & Selection Procedure

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