A key way in which students learn and apply what they learn in the classroom is through internship experiences.
To take PSYCH 495 for internship credit, students should be at least juniors and have completed PSYCH 301W. For more information, contact Dr. Neha Pandit (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Internship news page has information on types of internships and tips from former interns.
The articles below explain more about the advantages of interning for students.
Eye on Psi Chi, "The Undergraduate Psychology Internship: Benefits, Selection, and Making the Most of Your Experience" (Walter, 2007 Spring).
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, "Internships Great for Students Seeking Work and Experience" (McKay, 13 June 2004),
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