The Minnesota School Psychology Consortium (MNSPIC) uses a capstone model of training. You’ll complete all of your degree coursework before starting your internship. During your internship, you’ll participate in training—supervised by a training director from the University of Minnesota. However, you will not be required to complete additional coursework.
The MNSPIC is a full-time internship lasting at least 10 months, resulting in a minimum of 1,500 hours of supervised practice. You may complete up to 2,000 hours of supervised practice upon request to increase your license eligibility across the U.S.
As an intern, you’ll receive two hours of individual face-to-face supervision per week with a licensed doctoral school psychologist in addition to group supervision with other interns throughout the year.
$25,000 plus benefits
Intern supervisors will complete two formal evaluations per year. Interns receiving ratings below the minimum expected competency will engage in a planning process with their supervisor to build knowledge and skills in the area(s) of concern.
Interns will participate in group supervision with other consortium and/or doctoral interns for four hours per month. This supervision will be coordinated by the consortium.
Review our handbook to learn more about what will be expected of you as an MNSPIC intern.