The Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium (ISPIC)

The goal of this program is to provide experiences in schools, hospitals, residential treatment programs and clinics in rural, suburban and urban settings.

Sponsor: Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium

Description
The Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium (ISPIC) offers pre-doctoral internship positions in a variety of settings across the State of Illinois. The award provides a minimum of $12,000, reimbursement for travel to training seminars and required reading packets. The program complies with all requirements of the National Association of School Psychologists and is accredited by the American Psychological Association.
Eligibility
School psychology students who have completed their practicum and program requirements are eligible. ISPIC desires a diverse applicant pool, including, but not limited to, the following: age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, language, national origin, race religion, sexual orientation, and social economic status. Applicants must participate in the National Matching Service www.natmatch.com/psychint. ISPIC agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant (except that which is allowed within the context of arranging interviews for programs within ISPIC).
How to Apply
A completed application includes: APPIC application, which can be downloaded from www.appic.org; site Interest form (download at http://www.psychology.ilstu.edu/ispic/application/ ); 1-2 Pieces of your work (e.g., an assessment report, a treatment summary, progress monitoring of an intervention, in-service handouts); vita;  copies of graduate transcripts; and three letters of recommendation. Please include a copy for each site to which you are applying plus one for the ISPIC office . For specifics on preparing your application, please click here for Application Tips.
Please note that all successful intern matches are required to be fingerprinted and pass a background check before being permitted to begin training in the schools. Applications are to be received by November 14th. Please mail to: Attn: Huber/ISPIC; Illinois State University; Psychological Services Center; Campus Box 4625
Normal, IL 61790