Internship and Service-Learning Courses
The Psychology Department Internship courses (PSY 4396) provide 3 hours for experiential learning opportunities in a variety of professional settings. All internships require a minimal of 120 hours completed on-site. The number of sites, locations, and different experiences offered, varies by course supervisor. Check out each of the sites listed below by clicking on the course supervisor and site title. The internship sites are in the San Marcos, New Braunfels, Austin and Austin corridor area communities. Enrollment in PSY 4396 is by consent of the instructor only; students wishing to enroll should review the information below and contact the appropriate instructor.
- Dr. Azucena Mayberry (email@example.com) Service Learning Course: Social-Emotional Learning in the School Setting
- Robyn R. Rogers, LPC (firstname.lastname@example.org) Service Learning Course: Applied Internships with Schools, Youth at-Risk, Veterans Academic Success Center, Hays-Caldwell Women's Center, and Cognitive and Neurological Disabilities
- Dr. Ollie Seay (email@example.com) Service Learning Course: Learning Community for Cognitive Disabilities Internships
Service Learning Course
The Psychology Department also offers a service learning course that gives students the opportunity to give back to the community while learning practical applications of Psychology.
- Dr. Maria Czyzewska (firstname.lastname@example.org) PSY 3338/HON 3339G: Service Learning: Protecting the Vulnerable