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.
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.