Succeeding in Graduate School: The Career Guide for Psychology Students

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deal from the current interns' relocation experiences (e.g., finding housing, locating day care for children), and the present interns can provide much information about the area's social and recreational activities. Many new interns travel to their internship sites in the late spring or early summer in order to secure housing, and this can be a great time to begin learning about the area and meeting the training staff.

It is also important for students to give themselves enough time to get settled in their new locations well before the first day of internship (Stewart& Stewart, 1996a). Although it may be tempting to delay the move until the last moment possible, this will ultimately add to the stress of the transition. Students who focus on taking care of themselves during this transition are likely to begin their internship year on a positive note.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We thank Mark Adams, Carla D. Hunter, and Sarah Walker for their assistance with this chapter.


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