PSYC 21
Psychology Internships Winter 2022

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Would you like to explore applications of psychology in the “real world?” This course gives students an opportunity to work full-time during Winter Study in a mental health, business, education, law or another setting in which psychological theories and methods are applied to solve problems. Students are responsible for locating their own potential internships whether in the local area, their hometowns, or elsewhere, and are welcome to contact the course instructor for suggestions on how to do this. In any case, all students considering this course must consult with the instructor about the suitability of the internship being considered before the Winter Study registration period. Please prepare a brief description of the proposed placement, noting its relevance to psychology, and the name and contact information of the agency supervisor. Before Thanksgiving break, the student will provide a letter from the agency supervisor which describes the agency, and the student’s role and responsibilities during Winter Study. Enrolled students will meet the instructor before Winter Study to discuss matters relating to ethics and their goals for the course, and after Winter Study to discuss their experiences and reflections.
The Class: Format: internship
Limit: 20
Grading: pass/fail only
Requirements/Evaluation: a 10-page minimum final paper summarizing the student's experiences and reflections, a journal kept throughout the experience and the supervisor's evaluation.
Prerequisites: approval by Jeremy Cone is required
Enrollment Preferences: random selection
Materials/Lab Fee: none
Attributes: EXPE Experiential Education Courses

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