A Multidisciplinary Approach to Graduate and Undergraduate Internships: A National Directory
The authors describe a multidisciplinary, national internship directory for both undergraduate and graduate level internships. Students in disciplines such as marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, psychology, social work, and human services represent potential users of the directory. Internship sites available include community mental health agencies, correctional facilities, and mental retardation centers. The number of internships listed in the directory for bachelor's, master's, and doctoral Level interns are 156, 260, and 160, respectively. Each agency entry includes the following information for available positions: (I) number of intern positions available, (b) Length of internship, (c) availability of stipends, (d) prerequisite training and experiences, (e) typical intern roles and functions emphasized and percentage of time spent in each, and (f) major theoretical orientation of the agency staff.
Randolph, D. L.,
Davis, S. E.,
McKee, P. D.
(1995). A Multidisciplinary Approach to Graduate and Undergraduate Internships: A National Directory. Psychology, 32(2), 1-7.
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