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Office: LNG 300, CDC North 

Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30-5:00 

Phone: 607-777-2400


Laura O'Neill            

Academic Internship Coordinator

Walk-in hours: 

  • Monday 1:30-3:00
  • Thursday 11:00-12:30


Erin Jennings

Internship Advisor: JC Mentor/JFEW

Walk-in hours:

Wednesday 11:00-11:45

Thursday 1:00-2:45


Mollie Shapiro

Graduate Assistant

Walk-in hours:

  • Monday 3:00-4:30
  • Wednesday 1:00-2:30

Internships for undergraduates in psychology

Undergraduates in the Department of Psychology can take advantage of internship opportunities in the Binghamton region during the fall or spring terms, or nearer to home over winter or summer breaks. Internship credits can count as a psychology elective (need 4 credits) or can substitute for a 400-level seminar (need 8 credits) as long as students take the Psychology designated section of the CDC course.

You may take a paid internship, get credit, or simply volunteer. Regardless or whether and how you are compensated, internships are a great experience and we highly encourage you to take advantage of them during your time at Binghamton.

If you take an internship for credit, be advised that Binghamton University only allows an 8 credit maximum on internships throughout the course of a student's undergraduate career.

How to get an internship:

*A resume/CV, letters of reference, background checks, drug screening, and shot records may be required by your internship site


CDCI 395 (O) & 385 (W) Professional Internships for credit:


 For Fall 2014, the psychology designated sections of the Career Development Center's Internship course, CDCI 385, are: 


Need help with a resume or cover letter? Go to the CDC for assistance!

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Last Updated: 3/28/14