2PSYC 499 Psychology Internship PSYC 499 is required to give you the experience of applying your Psychology course knowledge to an agency setting.Academic knowledge is not sufficient alone for your professional experience.
3PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Agency experience is not sufficient alone, or every agency worker would be a professional.Only the combination of academic knowledge and agency experience will prepare you for professionalpositions.
4PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Plan to enjoy your internship experience. Most agencies will treat you as if you are a member of the staff.This is your chance finally to feel like a professional, even if you are anxious about starting.
5PSYC 499 Psychology Internship It sounds trite, but represent Liberty University Psychology well. You may be the first or only person and impression that the people in your agency have of Christians and of LU PSYC. They will think we are all like you!
6PSYC 499 Psychology Internship For your review, here are the PSYC 499 Academic Assignments and Due Dates.-Discussion Board assignments at the beginning, ¼, ½, and the End of your internship hours; these are the four virtual class meetings.-Log submitted in the Assignments area of Blackboard (or in paper copy) when internship work hours are completed-Activities reported in one file of three Activities forms (from PSYC 499 syllabus) in the Assignments area of Blackboard-Supervisor’s Evaluation(in Assignments area or paper copy)-Reaction Paper
8PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Agencies Choose an internship agency which will give you experience.Dream about the professional role you would like to pursue.
9PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Agencies Contact agencies and interview them, as they interview you, about the opportunities you can acquire there.Every state has agencies that serve similar needs of people. Experience in one agency may provide a later position or a recommendation.
10PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Process Acquire PSYC 499 application forms from Mr. Mahan in the Internship Office.Acquire the PSYC 499 syllabus and the Planning Document from the Psychology Department webpage.
11PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Process Look at the internship sites of prior Psychology interns in the Internship Office. This, along with Christian Service agencies, will give you some good ideas. There are many other internship site options.
12PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Process To be approved, the agency must assign and evaluate 125 work hours. Since Psychology is the science of thinking and behavior, there are many applications of the theories of Psychology. Your internship work will be one of the applications, whichmay be any of the listed typesof agencies.
13PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Process Counseling is one of the applications of Psychology, but is not a required part of the internship. An undergraduate intern may not participate in counseling, must maintain ethical confidentiality, and may or may not observe counseling sessions. The requirement is observation or interaction with behaviors of co-workers,supervisors, data records, orpeople in need of service.
14PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Forms Student Internship Agreement—page 1I. Student InformationComplete all contact informationII. Faculty (FIA) InformationWrite in Faculty Intern Advisor: Marilyn GadomskiWrite in fax #:Write in
15PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Forms Student Internship Agreement—page 1III. Internship Organization InformationStart and End dates of term, or your individual dates. Total hours = 42 hours/credit hour (125 hours for 3 credit hours). Compute your average hours per week to complete the total hours.
16PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Forms Student Internship Agreement—page 1IV. Student Internship DescriptionStudent’s Duties/Assignments while at work with company/agency: Supervisor completes job description with tasks that will be assignedNote: A job description may also be in an attached document
17PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Forms Student Internship Agreement—page 1IV. Student Internship Learning ObjectivesWhen you follow these guidelines, there is no need to consult individually.Duty/Assignment: Choose 3 Learning Objectives, from your PSYC 499 syllabus, Psychology Department Learning Objectives (broad, to fit every PSYC internship), or from some specific objectives for your internship work. Choose one duty/assignment, from your supervisor’s job description to meet each Learning Objective.
18PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Forms Student Internship Agreement—page 2V. Internship Guidelines for StudentsVI. Final SignaturesThe signature of the Organization’s Representative, your supervisor, is essential.I will sign when all blanks on this form are completed.Mr. Mahan in the Internship office will sign last.
19PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Forms Internship Registration FormStudent InformationI. Academic Information—Professional Advisor will sign when you have correctly filled in from ASIST:GPANumber of Credits TotalNumber and list of PSYC CreditsNumber of Full Time SemestersNumber of GNED/CSER
20PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Forms Internship Agreement FormI. Academic InformationA Professional Advisor signature is required to verify that the prerequisites (2.0 GPA, Senior status, CSER completion) are met.This signature is required before the Registrar signature.
21PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Forms Internship Registration FormII. International Student Approval—if neededIII. Final Signatures (obtain in order)Student SignatureOffice of Student Conduct—former Dean of Men/Women, to verify conduct and lack of reprimands.I will sign when all blanks on this form are completed.Registrar’s Office
22PSYC 499 Psychology Internship Plan to enjoy your internship experience. It is your unique opportunity to combine your Christian ministry, academic knowledge, professional goals, and personal satisfaction.
23PSYC 499 Psychology Internship You will finish with professional experience, a professional recommendation, and a joy in your Psychology success.