Internships & Job Listings

Psychological Science

Psychological Science Job Listings

Senior Forensic Psychologist, Fourth Judicial District Court

The Fourth Judicial District Court, which serves Hennepin County and is Minnesota’s largest district court, is seeking a Senior Forensic Psychologist. This is professional work requiring a high level of technological competence across a broad spectrum of complex psychological and psychological legal issues that are routinely encountered in court proceedings. Work includes performing forensic psychological evaluations of adult and/or child clients, using psycho-diagnostic tests and other professional techniques.

Minimum Qualifications include licensure by the Minnesota State Board of Psychology and graduation from an accredited college or university whose program has been approved by the American Psychological Association with a Ph.D. or Psy.D. degree in Clinical or Consulting Psychology or its equivalent plus considerable post-doctoral training or experience in a clinical setting performing some forensic evaluations or in a forensic setting.

The full position posting, as well as application details, can be found here or by following the Careers link in the footer of the Minnesota Judicial Branch website: www.mncourts.gov.

American Psychological Association

http://www.psyccareers.com/jobs/

Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

http://www.minnesotanonprofits.org/jobs

Ramapo for Children

http://www.ramapoforchildren.org/about-ramapo/employment

St. David's Center Child & Family Development

http://www.stdavidscenter.org/employment

True Friends Camps

http://truefriends.org/jobs/

 

Undergraduate Research Opportunities & Internships

ACR Homes

http://www.acrhomes.com/internship-programs/

American Psychological Association

http://www.apa.org/education/undergrad/research-opps.aspx

Boston University Summer Term

http://www.bu.edu/summer/summer-study-internship/academic-phase/psychology-research-practice.shtml

 

Camp Amnicon Summer Opportunity

 
http://amnicon.org/employment/employment-opportunities/

 

Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota - Volunteers

http://www.cmsouthernmn.org/support-the-museum/ Volunteer positions for students wanting experience working with children in a museum context. Contact Brenda Allen, brenda.allen@cmsouthernmn.org , 507-344-9108 if interested.

Ecumen "Awakenings" Project

http://www.ecumenawakenings.org/ Contact bzust@gustavus.edu for more information

Shiloh's Hope

http://www.shilohshope.com/

Student Employment Opportunities

http://bit.ly/1B17vFQ SAC after-school program in St. Peter provides school age students a fun and safe space to interact. MUST qualify for Federal student employment. Contact: Amanda Rathman-Edwards 507-934-2754 for more information.

Summer Research Institute at Florida Mental Health Institute

The Summer Research Institute is a 10 week summer program for undergraduates interested in mental health research. Applications are due on March 6, 2017. Additional program details are provided at the following link: http://intra.cbcs.usf.edu/forms/SRI/

Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE)

This dynamic summer program allows students to receive hands on research experience and mentoring in a social behavior research setting in American Indian community based projects. SURE is a 10 week, full-time, paid internship which includes houses, travel and expenses. Additional program details are provided on our website: http://www.sanfordresearch.org/education/undergraduates/sure/

University of Deleware Undergraduate Workshop in Cognitive and Brain Science

Are you interested in learning more about cognitive and brain sciences? If so, the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Delaware is holding its 1st Annual Summer Workshop in Cognitive and Brain Sciences. This program, from June 5th-16th, 2017, is an intensive workshop for undergraduates who are interested in cognitive research. Participants will receive immersive training in cognitive and brain sciences, including both formal coursework, interactive teaching, and hands-on experience with functional neuroimaging, non-invasive brain stimulation, cognitive neuropsychological research, and more. Thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation, participant expenses involving travel, tuition, room and board will be covered for the entire two-week program. Furthermore, selected workshop attendees will have the opportunity to engage in cognitive neuroscience research over the entire summer at the University of Delaware. Those students will be provided with a stipend, in addition to workshop expenses. Applications are due March 1st. For more information, please go to https:/www.psych.udel.edu/brainworkshop.


Scholarships, Grants & Awards

American Psychological Association

http://www.apa.org/about/awards/index.aspx

Association for Psychological Science

http://www.psychologicalscience.org/index.php/members/grants-awards-and-symposia