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Psychology

DEPARTMENT




Internship Opportunities

Children and Adolescents

1-800-548-6295
Kristin Burki; kburki@bbbsmadison.org or (608) 661-4393
YS- (608) 245-2550 BP- (608) 251-1126
(608) 838-8999
Early Head Start
Jill A. Haglund- (608) 267-9625
(608) 663-4100
Mr. Burrows (608) 257-1023
(608) 241-5150
tanyamk@goodmancenter.org (608) 241-1574 ext 231
Dan Woodard (608) 833-4979 x211
(608) 243-7764
Andre Johnson (608) 288-2402
Fay McClug (608) 244-5730
(608) 255-7356, extension 316
1-800-238-1174

Adults

Kim Adams (608) 255-0307 x313
Community Work Services, Inc.
(608) 233-0115
(608) 243-3305
hancockcenter.net (608) 251-0908
Hospitality House
(608) 255-2960
Respect—rare: case-by-case basis
Jan—(608) 283-6435
(715) 424-4682
Samantha Rivers (608) 257-1436
ywcamadison.org / (608) 255-3098

Older Adults

Alcohol and Drugs

ARC
(608) 283-6426
(608) 251-8881
Teresa Kennedy-Kamstra (608) 223-9110 x12
(608) 222-7311 x110
(608) 222-7311

Disability

(608) 276-0102
Don Wigington (608) 221-2900 Broadfield
Dana Slowiak (608) 241-2131

Medical

Anna Pludeman (262) 523-5516 Broadfield
(608) 873-0572
Mari Demoya (608) 227-1250

Mental Health

Mary Reines (608) 232-3403
Julieanne Carbon (608) 256-3102
Karen Bittner/ (608) 250-6634, ext. 126
(608) 249-7477
(608) 441-0123 x112
(608) 249-7188
Off the Square
(608) 251-6901
Sharon/volcoord@porchlightinc.org (608) 241-9447 ext. 10
(608) 252-1320
The Family Center
(608) 663-6154

Multicultural/Socioeconomic Outreach

(608) 417-7571
Catholic Charities
(608) 256-2267
(608) 204-3043
Louise Goldstein (608) 278-1808
Val (608) 826-3409—Broadfield
(608) 244-4721
Jan Reek (608) 246-3737/(608) 246-3722
(608) 238-3448
(608) 257-0143—Broadfield
volunteeryourtime.org / x211 /(608) 246-4350
 

**All undergraduate Psychology majors must complete at least one internship.

PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIP PSY 495 (1.00 - 6.00 credits)
Active experiences involving psychology as a science or in psychology as a means to improving human welfare. Each psychology major is required to complete a minimum of two internship credits for graduation. A student can complete multiple internships but a maximum of six internship credits can be counted toward the psychology major. Students will contract with the Psychology Department internship director and the nature and extent of the contracted experience will determine the number of credits. Internships will be available in the following areas: Students will work in a setting offering psychological services. Prerequisites: consent of instructor. F/S
GEL INTERNSHIP: RESEARCH PSY 495B (1.00 - 6.00 credits)
Experiences involving psychology as a science or in psychology as a means to improving human welfare. Each psychology major is required to complete a minimum of one internship credit for graduation. A student may complete multiple internships but a maximum of six internship credits can be counted toward the psychology major. Students will contract with the Psychology Department internship director for internships. Students will work with individual faculty members on empirical research. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor.
GEL INTERNSHIP: HUMAN SERVICES PSY 495C (4.00 - 6.00 credits)
Students work in an agency under the supervision of a licensed social worker. This internship is taken by in the Human Services Concentration and is administered by the Social Science Department. Cross-listed with HS 400. Prerequisites: HS 300, HS 302 and consent of instructor.
GEL INTERNSHIP: INDUSTRIAL ORG PSY 495D (1.00 - 6.00 credits)
Students will be active in experiences involving psychology as a science or in psychology as a means to improving human welfare. Each psychology major is required to complete a minimum of one internship credit for graduation. A student can complete multiple internships but a maximum of six internship credits can be counted toward the psychology major. Students will contract with individual faculty members for internships and the nature and extent of the contracted experience will determine the number of credits. Internships will be available in the following areas: Students will work in an organizational setting doing human resources and other work appropriate to I/O psychology. (Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor)
GEL INTERNSHIP: BROADFIELD PSYCH PSY 495E (1.00 - 6.00 credits)
Experiences involving psychology as a science or in psychology as a means to improving human welfare. Each psychology major is required to complete a minimum of one internship credit for graduation. A student may do multiple internships but a maximum of six internship credits can be counted toward the psychology major. Students will contract the Psychology Department internship director for internships. (F/S Prerequisites: Junior or above standing.
GEL INTERNSHIP: DIVERSITY PSY 495F (1.00 credits)
Students will do research on human services work with diversity issues and/or with diverse populations. Prerequisite: PSY 101F4.