KAREN M. GIL Internship program in psychology
Are you interested in furthering your training in one of the sub-fields of psychology? Do you want the chance to deepen your understanding of psychology and develop significant professionalism skills? Would you also like to get class credit for your experience AND to be paid? The Department of Psychology’s Karen M. Gil Internship program will offer accepted students….
- Extensive psychology and professionalism training
- Placement at a worksite in the Chapel Hill/Research Triangle area
- A monthly stipend (pay)
- A 3.0-hour course credit toward the psychology major (and graduation) requirements (will count as a Psychology elective, but not as an upper-level course)
This prestigious, highly competitive program will accept 10-12 applicants per semester based on their qualifications and achievement. If you are interested in an intensive, rewarding psychology internship experience, will be a junior or senior during the semester that you would participate in the program, maintain an Overall GPA of 3.4 or higher, will have completed Psyc101 and at least two additional psychology courses, and can successfully balance 10 hours/week as an intern while succeeding in your other classes, then click on the “Information for Students” link below in order to get more information about the Gil Internship program…
Congrats to the spring 2015 cohort!
Congratulations to the Spring 2015 cohort of Karen M. Gil Interns! Through a rigorous and demanding application and interview process, 11 of our top Psychology majors were selected to be interns for the spring semester and we are looking forward to yet another successful and productive semester. We are also excited to be representing five of our six sub-fields of psychology; these range from Clinical to Developmental psychology as well as Cognitive, Social and even Behavioral-Neuroscience!
confessions of a giller
For a more in-depth look at what interns are doing and how their internships are going, we have created a Gil Internship Blog called, ‘Confessions of a Giller’. This will be updated on a weekly basis, and we encourage you to visit and get a better sense of all of the hard-work our Gil interns are doing this semester.
in the news!
We were happy to be recently featured in the spring 2014 edition of Carolina Arts & Sciences Magazine. Click below to read the article.