An undergraduate internship will help develop your resume and make you more marketable for employment and entry to graduate-level counseling or psychology programs. Undergraduate internship responsibilities at CAPS can involve coordinating outreach efforts, providing programming on mental health, well-being, and DEAI efforts; or assisting in research. Undergraduate interns are assigned a supervisor to help the student specifically design their internship based on the student's professional interests and campus needs. Past undergraduate interns have provided psycho-educational programming on dating violence, seasonal affective disorder, substance abuse, and eating disorders; have assisted in providing research on spirituality and men's issues; have promoted the WellTrack Boost app, Healthy Minds Study, and CAPS. CAPS will accept one undergraduate level intern each semester.
All applications for an internship need to be submitted a semester in advance. Applications submitted early are given priority consideration. Position remains open until filled.
The application process for the undergraduate internship is the following: