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Undergraduate Internships

An internship allows students to participate in real world, skill set development and provide individuals opportunities to reflect about future vocation plans. For example, an internship helps students to resolve questions about career aspirations. NCCU Undergraduate Psychology Internship encourages learning inside and outside of the classroom. Focusing on skill set development, students in the internship program enroll in a seminar which they share their experiential learning experiences, identify personal skill set development plus interact with individuals and organizations targeting diverse communities. Contact the Internship Coordinator, Dr. George Cliette (gcliette@nccu.edu) for more details and for information on PSY 4210.

 
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