Internships

Internship Forms and Policies

AUG 2020 UPDATE: Remote and In-person Internships are now permitted as long as the Host Institution (i.e., the organization sponsoring your internship) satisfactorily indicates that risks can and will be managed through observation of health and safety protocols at the site by completing an Assessment of Recommended COVID-19 Workplace Risk Management Protocol for Credit-bearing Experiential Learning.

To get Academic Credit, please read our  Psychology Internship Handbook

Before the start of the Internship, there are two required forms to complete in order to earn academic credit:

1. PSY Internship Work Plan

2. Assessment of Recommended COVID-19 Workplace Risk Management Protocol

3. Email your completed Work Plan and COVID Assessment Form to Shelley Gill, Internship Coordinator, shelleyb [at] arizona [dot] edu

If there are any issues with approval or adding, you will be contacted via UA email.

 

List of Approved Agencies:

The goal of an internship is to provide undergraduate Psychology majors with the opportunity to gain practical, hands-on experience working in a local community organization that fits with their career goals. Potential organizations include K-12 schools, local businesses, Community Service Agencies, courts, legal government agencies (law enforcement, probation, prosecutor and public defender), and health care agencies such as hospitals and clinics. 

Counseling Services

Education

Faith Based Services

Healthcare Services

International

Legal/Court System Services

Youth Mentoring Programs