psychology

Academic Internships in Psychology

Three different types of internships are available to Holy Cross students: the Academic Internship Program, the Washington Semester, and the Semester Away Program. More information about these programs can be found on the Linking Living and Learning page of the Center for Interdisciplinary and Special Studies (CISS) website.

The Academic Internship Program

The Academic Internship Program is open to 3rd and 4th year students and includes 8 hours of fieldwork and a seminar course. More information about the application process can be found on the website.

Psychology-Related Internship Opportunities

Majors in the Department have participated in a number of different psychology-related semester academic internships through the Academic Internship Program. If you would like more information about these and other opportunities, or if you have sites you can add to the list, please contact Professor Alison Ludden (aludden@holycross.edu).

The Washington Semester Program and the Semester Away Program

The Washington Semester Program is a multi-disciplinary program that is open to 3rd and 4th year students where students spend a semester working, studying, and carrying out research in Washington, DC. The Semester Away Program allows students to engage in academic work at another institution or accredited program (e.g., Sea Semester, School for Field Studies) for a semester or for the full year. More information about the application process for these programs can be found on the websites.

Psychology-Related DC Internship Opportunities

Majors in the Department have participated in the DC program. If you would like more information about these opportunities, please contact Melanie Samsel (Smith 327; x2498); or Pr. Ludden.