Internship is a valuable way for students to gain experience outside of the classroom, develop professional skills and insight, explore future careers, and conduct research. At the University of New Haven, psychology internships offer students the opportunity to get hands on training and experience in a clinical, community, forensic, or research based setting. This internship opportunity will help facilitate learning outside of the classroom; encourage interaction with faculty, peers, and psychology professionals; and will encourage critical thinking skills. Our Internship Director meets with students and matches their interests/future goals with a variety of available internship sites.

Undergraduate Psychology Internship Director is Dr. Allison Geballe and can be reached at or (203) 932-1075. 

Internships Include

APT Foundation New Haven Job Corp
Boys and Girls Club Project Longevity
Columbus House Save the Children
Common Ground St. Raphael’s Hospital
FBI in New Haven VA Hospital Creative Art Therapy Program
The Kennedy Center VANCPTSD
Lisbon Central School WHCDC
Milford Rape Crisis Center Yale New Haven Health

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Did you know...

76% of employers indicate their primary purpose for sponsoring interns is to recruit entry-level talent.

58% of 2010 interns were converted to full-time.

83% of employers report higher retention rates for those new hires with internship experience versus those with none.