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Psychology Internships



Internships are your opportunity to see classroom material come to life. To get first-hand exposure to a possible career. To develop important relationships with professionals in your field. You'll work closely with your faculty coordinator to reflect upon the ongoing experience.

Center for Humanistic Change
Childrens Home of Easton
Community Services for Children
Crime Victims Council
George Wolf Elementary School
Good Shepherd: Work Services Department
Haven House: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
Head Start of the Lehigh Valley
Hopewell Elementary School
Impact Project
In Order Home and Personal Organizing
KidsPeace of Bethlehem and Fogelsville
Lehigh County Offices of Children and Youth Services
Lehigh County Probation Office
Lehigh Valley Child Care: Campus Center North
Lehigh Valley Child Care: Campus Center
Lehigh Valley Hospital: Adolescent Transitions
Lehigh Valley Hospital: Employee Health Department
Lehigh Valley Hospital: Human Resource Department
Lincoln Elementary School: Guidance Counseling
Northampton County Adult Probation and Parole Department 31 Northampton County Area
Agency on Aging
Parkland High School
Pennsylvania Diversity Network
Planned Parenthood
Pointe North Psychology Group
Turning Point
Valley Youth House: Independent Living
Valley Youth House: PATHS Program
Valley Youth House: Street Outreach
William Penn Elementary School: Guidance Counseling

Psychology internship studies are open to juniors and seniors with a 2.7 GPA who have completed any necessary prerequisites as determined by their faculty coordinator. The internship experience is only one component in justifying the granting of academic credit for internship study, and the whole process can consist of the following: 

  • A preliminary contract reviewed by the faculty coordinator, the department chairperson, the academic dean, and when possible, the field supervisor and modified, if considered appropriate.
  • An early pre-internship site visit, for first-time internship field sites.
  • Weekly meetings between the student and the faculty coordinator in order to ensure continuous evaluation of the student’s progress.
  • At mid-semester, the faculty member will meet with the internship supervisor and the student to evaluate the learning experience, informally review the student’s evaluation form and make appropriate improvements in the internship study.
  • A formal end-of-semester evaluation and grade.

Internship Handbook

Students can view our complete internship handbook.

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