Prior to enrolling in an Internship section, prospective interns are required to apply to be admitted into Internship. Applications are tailored to the courses offered each semester, and students rank order preferences of each section. Along with this choice, students are also to provide documentation of their clinical evaluations from previous classes, amount of degree completion through a degree audit, and a personal statement regarding their clinical skill development.
Internship applications are unavailable at this time for online submission; for the upcoming Summer 2015 and Fall 2015 Application cycles, applications will be available and accepted between Thursday, February 19 and February 26, 2015. Late applications may be assigned to a wait list. Notification of section assignment will be emailed by Monday, March 9th. Registration begins Monday, March 23, 2015.
This capstone experience helps students to bring together academic understanding of counseling and the practice of counseling, while under supervision. Clinicians practicing in community and school settings have volunteered their time to serve as site-based supervisors for graduate-level interns. Resources are provided on this page for site-based supervisors.
For any additional questions, please contact Dr. Kathy Ybañez-Llorente via email or at 512-245-7985, Practicum/Internship Coordinator for the Professional Counseling Program.
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