The culture at Northern is one where interns are part of the team, gaining meaningful experience and expertise. Be mentored by highly skilled, trained professionals who are passionate about the work that they do. Discover and explore career paths. Feel challenged, gratified, and excited.
Psy.D./Ph.D. Internship Program
Northern Children's Services is an affiliated training site of Immaculata University's Psychology Internship Consortium APA Accredited Internship.Inquire
The Consortium provides doctoral internships for Immaculata’s Psy.D. clinical doctoral candidates. A limited number of placements are offered for intern applicants from other APA-accredited doctoral programs through APPIC’s Match II and Post Match Vacancy Service. The consortium is a cooperative training program including many agencies and organizations across the area, primarily within commuting distance of Immaculata. The internship program follows a practitioner-scholar model which prepares interns for the professional practice of psychology, informed by scholarly inquiry and empirical research. Our doctoral interns provide services in all behavioral health programs.
Master's Level Practicums and Internships
Northern offers a variety of practicum and internship experiences for students from local Master's degree programs.Inquire
Practicum students and interns provide services in the outpatient and Wellness programs. Candidates are accepted from a variety of Master's programs, including Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Marriage and Family Counseling, Social Work, and other related fields. For more information, contact Yu-Ching Ting, Director of Human Resources, at 215-482-1423, ext. 1242, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drexel University Co-op
Northern Children's Services is a university-approved employer for Drexel University's Co-Op program.Inquire
Cooperative education at Drexel enables undergraduate students to balance classroom theory with practical, hands-on experience prior to graduation. Students' alternate classes with full-time employment through university-approved employers. Generally, students are on co-op for a six-month period, alternating with six months of classroom study. Co-Op students participate in a variety of programs and departments, including behavioral health programs. For more information, contact Yu-Ching Ting, Director of Human Resources, at 215-482-1423, ext. 1242, or email@example.com.
Northern intermittently offers bachelors level internships in a diverse range of capacities, from human resources to development and marketing, to finance, to work in programs.Inquire
Internships are unpaid when a student is working towards school credits in the program they are currently matriculating in or paid if not. When available, both types of internships are posted with our employment opportunities. For more information, contact Yu-Ching Ting, Director of Human Resources, at 215-482-1423, ext. 1242, or firstname.lastname@example.org.