A Discovery psychology intern might be exposed to researching the physical, cognitive, emotional aspects of human behavior. An intern may find themselves in a mental care unit of a hospital, private clinic, or research lab.
Past interns have worked directly with psychological clinicians, directly assisted individuals with Autism and Alzheimer's and other developmental diseases, been part of a collegiate psychological research team working with professors, graduate and undergraduate students delving into fascinating topics, got their research work published, and learned how to use psychiatric interviewing skills to evaluate patients.
Cost and Session Information
As a Discovery intern you will be assigned a dedicated Internship Coordinator who will help you find the best opportunity and prepare you for your summer. Interns typically work from Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM and are guaranteed an internship in one of their top career fields.
Admissions: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis through May. We recommend you apply as soon as possible for the best opportunity.
What’s included: your internship, Marist college credit, the Career Accelerator Series course to help you get the most out of your internship, housing, meals, local transportation, pre-internship orientation and activities
Activities: In addition to your internship, our programs include numerous extracurricular and evening activities, trips, and excursions. Students can expect to have a variety of on and off campus activities as well as weekend road trips to experience the best of the surroundings of the city they are staying in.
Courses: All interns receive 3 Marist College credits.