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Psychology research internships for undergraduates

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Undergraduate psychology internships can be an important adjuvant to your psychology major. Psychology internships allow you to gain experience and to test out your interest in the field. Psychology internships can be difficult to find. So, it's a good idea to start your search early in the fall semmester.

In preparing your application, be sure to describe your clinical research experience. Also, take coursework in statistics, research design and methodology. Finally, write a thoughtful cover letter.

Clinical research internships for undergraduates

  • The National Science Foundation offers research experiences in psychology at selected schools
  • University of North Carolina offers a summer undergraduate research experience
  • The American Psychological Association provides a list of Research Opportunities & Internships
  • Columbia University/Barnard College offers the Amgen Scholars Summer Research Progam
  • National Science Foundation offers many opportunities for undergraduates
  • Psi Chi offers a complete list of Awards & Grants
  • The Association of College & Honor Societies offers psychology awards & grants
  • The New England Center for Children offers clinical internships for Undergraduates
  • FBI Internship programs
  • APA has a summer science fellowship for talented undergraduates interested in learning more about psychology
  • Using the buttons on the left and the buttons on the top, explore the topics that interest you.


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