Experiential Learning Opportunities in Psychology

Experiential learning opportunities are key when investigating careers in psychology, whether internships, job shadows, or informational interviews. Below is a list of locations where de students have completed psychology experiential learning activities since 2000.

Organizations where Oles have interned in the past
General Search Resources
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Categories of organizations include:

Psychology Alumni Database — Information on psychology alumni’s areas of interest in psychology, grad schools, current employers and past employers.

Organizations where Oles have interned in the past


Child Services

Counseling and Treatment Organizations

Educational Institutions

Entertainment and Media

  • Dr. Phil – Guest research, obtaining photos, putting together Dr. McGraw’s show books, logging tapes, web research, reading letters.
  • Cities 97 – Assist with events in the TC’s including concerts and sales related events.
  • Alive Magazine – Design surveys to gauge interest in issues of Alive Magazine for young women; gather and run focus groups to take surveys and provide both statistical and narrative feedback about Alive. Compile data and narratives in a presentation to Alive staff; contribute a personal reflection to be published in the magazine.
  • KDWB 101.3 FM
  • The Southwest Journal

Government and Law



Religious Organizations



General Resources

Where To Look- Piper Center Internship Search Resources

Specific Internship Postings

Professional Organizations

These organizations provide information, networking, and additional training opportunities and may offer student memberships at a discount. 

Links which provide additional information beyond internships in the following areas.

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