Earn funding, while completing your school psychology internship

If you’re a doctoral student in clinical, counseling, or school psychology currently enrolled in an APA-accredited training program, a Minnesota School Psychology Consortium (MNSPIC) internship will help you complete the supervised training you need to graduate.

As a MNSPIC intern you’ll receive $25,000 in funding throughout your internship year. Preference is given to school psychology students with experience with Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), and the consortium trains a minimum of two interns per year.

Get more information on what’s expected of our interns by visiting the goals and competencies and training sections of this site.

The Minnesota School Psychology Consortium (MNSPIC) supports the development and maintenance of high-quality internship sites for school psychology doctoral students and promotes the internship site to a national pool of highly-qualified intern candidates. More about MNSPIC.