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In order to receive internship credit, students register for Interdisciplinary Studies 399, Letters and Science Career Internship. Three credits of an internship related to psychology can count toward the major as an elective course.

Students may also complete another three credit internship to count as a general elective.

Steps for enrolling in INTRDSCP 399 for credit:

1. Secure an internship; contact Career Services if you need assistance

2. Complete the L&S Internship Agreement form with your internship site supervisor (email Emily Hoffmann for a copy, contact information can be found at bottom of this page)

3. Call Emily Hoffmann (Phone: (920) 424-2181 or Email: in Career Services to schedule an appointment to enroll in the course

University Internship Resources:


The following list includes sites where psychology majors have completed internships in the past. Please use this list as a reference only.

Agnesian Healthcare

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Oshkosh

CESA 6 (Cooperative Educational Service Agency 6)

Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services

Drug Abuse Correctional Center

Evergreen Retirement Community

Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin

Fox Valley Autism Treatment Program

Fox Valley Boys and Girls Club

Fox Valley Sibling Support Network

Harbor House Domestic Abuse Shelter

Home Care Services - ResCare

Homes for Independent Living

Littlest Tumor Foundation

Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan

Mercy Medical Center

Oshkosh Counseling & Wellness Center

Reach Counseling Services

Special Olympics of Wisconsin

Theda Care Behavioral Health

  • Theda Clark Medical Center

Todd Steven and Associates

  • Provides personal enrichment for persons of varying abilities

University of Wisconsin Children’s Hospital

  • Child Life Internship Program

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Counseling Center - CARE

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Residence Life

Winnebago Correctional Center

Winnebago Mental Health Institute

Wisconsin Early Autism Project

  • Green Bay Clinic

Wisconsin Resource Center

  • Specialized Mental Health Facility

Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Office


For more information about these and other opportunities as well as scheduling appointments, contact:

Emily Hoffmann
Career Advisor, College of Letters and Science
(920) 424-2181

by schrod69 — last modified Feb 08, 2018 09:01 AM
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