The psychology internship is designed for students with career interests in working in behavioral and mental health, education, or social work/services fields. Students are placed in settings such as those serving the seriously mentally ill, crisis stabilization, refugees fleeing torture, autistic children, hospice, bereavement, addiction and recovery, early childhood intervention, youth and family services, teen probation, and school settings working with school psychologists or occupational therapists. If interested and for information on prerequisites and course requirements, please contact Dr. Paul Miller at: email@example.com.
If your major is applied computing, please pick up the ACO 484/499 flyer from the Mathematical and Natural Sciences front desk in the Faculty Administration Building.
The Washington Center offers an exciting opportunity for ASU students in ANY major to spend an entire semester – fall, spring, or summer – in our nation’s capital, working for government, corporate, and private organizations. Earn 15 academic credits while living and learning in DC! A $5,000 scholarship is available to most ASU students. For more information, see https://twc.asu.edu/ and contact Kathleen Waldron at Kathleen.firstname.lastname@example.org