Internship Possibilities

Below is a list of places where Psychology students have interned in the past. To find and secure an internship, students reach out directly to community sites. Some sites on this list below have a formal application process, while other sites require reaching out to a contact person over email/phone to inquire about internship opportunities. 

You do not need to meet with an advisor before applying for an internship, but you are of course welcome to do so (see how to meet with an advisor). 
For other ways to search for internships, go to our Finding an Internship page. 

Potential Sites for Clinical/Counseling and Mental Health Related Internships

Fully Remote Internships

Clinical/Counseling (Adults)

Clinical/Counseling (Kids/Teens/Families)

Clinical/Counseling (Older Adults/Senior Services)


Potential Sites for Community Agency/Non-Profit Based Internships


Potential sites relating to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities


Potential Sites for Forensic Psychology Internships


Potential Sites for I/O Psych Related Internships


Potential Sites for School/Educational Psychology Internships

To view additional information about each center, including contact information, please download this guide

Public and Private Preschools and Licensed Day Care Programs

Public Schools (including Charter Schools), K–12

Private Schools, K–12

Additional sites