Internship & Post-Doc Resources


Internship and Post-Doc Database

Section 10 has created a database of early career psychologists who have recently completed their internship and post-docs across the country. If you are currently applying and would like to contact individuals who trained at your sites of interest, please email div12sec10@gmail.com.

Internship Hotel Match-Up

The Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology (http://www.sscpweb.org/) is excited to announce a great resource for students applying for internship. This is the second year of this program, which yielded over 110 entries last year!

The SSCP Internship Hotel Match-Up will allow interested students to complete a request for each date and location for which they would like to share a hotel during the internship interview process. Students can then find other students with requests for the same date and location and contact them in order to make hotel arrangements. This program is open to ALL students applying to internship this year, regardless of program type (clinical, counseling, school, APA, CPA, non-accredited) and regardless of whether or not you are a member of SSCP.

If you are interested in participating in the SSCP Internship Hotel Match-Up, please complete a SEPARATE FORM for each interview date and location. The form can be accessed here: http://tinyurl.com/sscphotels2016. Please note that, by filling out the form, you are providing personally identifiable information (name, email, etc.) that will be available to others who also complete the form, and SSCP is unable to verify participants’ identities.

While we expect that everyone who fills out the link is who they say they are, you are coordinating rooming arrangements with someone you (probably) don’t know, so we strongly encourage you to vet the people you are considering staying with and be cautious when coordinating room shares. This might mean asking for an institutional email address (if the person did not provide one), speaking to the person on the phone or Skype before meeting in person, or even asking for a quick reference email from a supervisor or colleague. You are in no way obligated to room with someone who makes you uncomfortable in any way or with whom you do not feel safe. If you have questions about this, please contact Sarah (sevictor@psych.ubc.ca).

Once you complete your information, you will be able to access the document with other student’s requests and information (please note this may take up to 24 hours).  You can then contact other students who are requesting the same date(s) and location(s) to coordinate your hotel plans!  Please look for an email with additional instructions once you have completed the form.