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Psychology Internships

Hands-On Learning

Gain real world experience while earning your degree.

From Fall 2019-Spring 2021, more than 200 of our students were involved in internships and hands-on experiences. These opportunities provide practical, real-world training to translate skills learned in class to the workforce. That’s why we strongly encourage students to pursue internships and other learning opportunities — because career success depends on it.

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Expand Your Expertise

Turn theoretical knowledge into practical experience.

Some students seek out internships in the community, while others find opportunities on campus. Here are some examples of internship partners:

  • Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay
  • Brown County Human Services
  • St. Vincent Hospital
  • Fox Valley Autism Center
  • UW-Green Bay Pride Center
  • Sexual Assault Center of Family Services
  • Green Bay Police Department

How to Find Internships

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Camp Lloyd

Help children process their grief.

Grief is one of the most difficult emotions to experience. It can debilitate us even as adults. Having a safe space for children to experience grief and recognize their emotions as normal is crucial for healthy development. Camp Lloyd is a week-long camp for grieving children (grades 2 - 9) who have recently lost a loved one. Qualified students can be a “buddy” or student intern at Camp Lloyd, learning about grief in childhood through study and one-on-one mentoring. It's an opportunity to help kids process their emotions and cope with their loss.

Camp Lloyd

Get In Touch With US

Professor Abby Nehrkorn-Bailey, our internship coordinator, can answer any questions you have about earning credits for your internship.

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