Succeeding in Graduate School: The Career Guide for Psychology Students

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APPENDIX
TIMELINE FOR THE INTERNSHIP APPLICATION YEAR

July and August
1. Review the APPIC Directory and departmental internship files to identify potential internship sites. Get recommendations about potential sites from faculty, other students in the program, and other professionals.
2. Call or write internship sites for program brochures and application materials. Many sites now have this information on their web site.

September
1. Register with National Matching Services, Inc., the company responsible for the operation of the APPIC Computer Match. Review the information about the Match, including policies and timelines.
2. Review-internship brochures and descriptions to identify programs that meet your interests and training needs.
3. Download and begin working on the APPIC Application for Psychology Internship (AAPI).

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