Category Archives: Internship agencies

Internship Opportunities at NYU

The Family Translational Research Group at NYU is seeking students to assist with research on a wide variety of cutting edge topics ranging from (a) how anger, conflict, and family violence affect children’s and adults’ psychological and physical functioning to (b) defining maltreatment in ways that can be reliably used by field workers to (c) understanding how couples’ conflict dynamics relate to violence to (d) furthering our understanding of risk and protective factors for child maltreatment and partner abuse.

The FTRG is currently accepting applications from students who might be looking to gain more experience in the field of clinical psychology. This internship requires a 2 semester commitment and students typically work 12 hours each week.

Students can access the details about the position and how to apply here.

If you land this position, you might considering earning internship credit. Click on the links below for more details, and if you think earning credit is the right way to go, schedule an appointment with Dr. Weingartner on Clickbook:

Psy credit (required: min 3.0 Psy GPA + completion of 18 sh in Psy)

Electives credit (required: min 2.5 cum GPA + completion of 1 semester at Hofstra)


Summer internship opportunity – Adult Social Daycare program in Rockaway Park

Our program provides both recreational and social activities to adults who suffer with mental illness. The population suffers with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, mood disorders and personality disorders.

We have a morning program that runs from 9-1 Monday through Friday and an evening program that runs from 3:30-7:30 Monday through Thursday. The intern would be free to choose a schedule that they are most comfortable with. We do not provide classic therapy services but most of the people working here are mental health professionals (social workers, art therapists, etc.) and we work closely with the patients medical team, so it is a great experience in a team setting.

The intern would assist the staff in running recreation groups, the aim of which is to increase socialization and social skills. The intern would have the chance to implement their own groups and would receive supervision from a mental health professional.

This is an unpaid internship with flexible hours to fit a students schedule Students would not be required to gain credits for their time with us. Any students interested in pursuing a career in psychology, psychiatry or the mental health field are welcome to apply. Students interested in art therapy, music therapy, dance therapy or recreation therapy are especially encouraged to apply as they will gain direct experience working with professionals from those fields.

Please feel free to contact either our director, Rachel or our program coordinator, Stephanie at 718-831-2000 regarding our program. Students may forward their resumes directly to this email so that we can arrange a time for them to come in and meet the staff and see our facility.

Summer Internship Opportunity in Human Resources with BBC (New york, NY)


1.     Provide coordination and administrative support for recruitment efforts
2.     Post open positions and conduct resume searches.
3.     Assist with pre-screening candidates, scheduling interviews, updating reports.
4.     Research special projects/materials as assigned.
5.     Participate in special projects and perform other duties as assigned.
1.     College student with an interest or some experience working in Human Resources with an interest in recruiting.
2.     Must be detail-oriented, extremely organized with the ability to multi-task and follow-up in a fast-paced, deadline environment.
3.     Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
4.     Will have a professional phone demeanour and proven client services skills.
5.     Strong interpersonal skills and sensitivity dealing with confidential information.
6.     Ability to quickly learn programs and procedures.
7.     Extensive computer literacy and proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Send a copy of your cover letter and resume to, subject line “BBC Summer Internship 2014, (Name of Internship Position).” In your cover letter, please specify which department(s) you are applying for, verify if you are eligible for college credit and able to work 5 days a week (Monday – Friday).

Paid Summer Internship Opportunity with MTA in New York, NY App deadline March 21st!

Application Deadline March 21, 2014

Compensation: Undergraduate pay rate is $15 per hour.  Playing a vital role in the economy of New York State and Connecticut, Metro-North Railroad, a subsidiary of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), is the busiest commuter railroad in the nation with an annual ridership of over 82 million. A dynamic organization with a strong focus on customer service, safety, and new technologies, Metro-North employs approximately 5,900 people. Operating out of its home base in New York City’s historic Grand Central Terminal, the railroad’s three lines serve 120 stations in seven counties in New York and two counties in Connecticut. In 2011, Metro-North received the prestigious International Brunel Award for Overall Excellence in Railroad Design, recognizing its continuing work as a more efficient operation, its commitment to sustainability, and its focus on providing excellent customer service. Metro-North was the first American railroad to win this coveted award in its 26-year history. The competition is open to all passenger and freight railroads in the world. Metro-North has a reputation for rewarding employee resourcefulness and innovation, and offers excellent job opportunities in a challenging and diverse environment. Position Objective To assist in all facets of reporting, research, and initiatives in the Diversity & EEO Office. Responsibilities Prepare training materials for trainings and presentations throughout the Metro-North Railroad campus. Assist in preparing quarterly reports on workforce diversity and annual EEO Program. Research and draft policies related to EEO including ADA, social media, workplace violence and non-discrimination.

Required Qualifications: Excellent writing skills; Strong computer skills (e.g. Microsoft Excel, Word); Must have knowledge of Excel and Excel reporting; Good project management skills; Must be dependable and a self-starter.

Required Education/Experience:  Must be a matriculated undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Statistics, Public Administration, Political Science or Pre-Law. 

Other Information: Must be available to work 35 hours a week during regular business hours; Must have the ability to start May 27, 2014 through August 15, 2014.

More details and how to apply, click here.

Health Careers Opportunity Program: Five summer internship positions available (earn money and earn credit)

The Hofstra Psychology Department is seeking applications for an exciting summer internship program. Earn credit, and get paid! Read about the Health Careers Opportunity Program below, and if it sounds like a good fit, complete the application. Five positions are available. Deadline: Monday, April 7th. Applicants will be notified of their status by the end of April.

Health Careers Opportunity Program

The basics: This program will assist educationally and/or economically disadvantaged individuals toward entry into graduate programs in the mental health care field.  Accepted students will complete an internship in the mental health care field, complete a paper related to their internship experiences, and participate in seminars that provide mentoring for applying to graduate programs in the mental health care field (e.g., Clinical Psychology, School Psychology, Social Work). Students will be placed at internship sites that match their interests. Upon completion of the program, students will earn three credits of PSY 99, which will count toward their Specialty/Applied electives requirement for the Psychology major (or toward their general electives, for non-majors).
Accepted interns will receive a stipend of $1,200 and the fee for PSY 99 will be waived.

When? Where?
•    Internships will take place during Summer 2014 at one of our partner organizations throughout Long Island and Manhattan (Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, the Manhattan-Staten Island Area Health Education Center, and Hofstra North Shore-Long Island Jewish School of Medicine). Interns will need to provide their own transportation to their internship site.
•    Interns will be expected to commit eight hours of their time, two days a week, over the span of five weeks during the summer.
•    Interns will attend a number of local seminars during Summer 2014 led by professionals from various disciplines in psychology. Topics will include: (a) what to expect from graduate school, (b) how to identify reputable and appropriate programs, (c) how to write and revise a resume (or c.v.), and (d) coaching on how to take the GRE.

Eligibility / How to apply:
•    Must self-identify with educationally and/or economically disadvantaged status (view application for the specific criteria)
•    Students must indicate an interest in pursuing a graduate degree in the Mental Health Field
•    Completion of at least 60 credits (including transfer credits) by the end of Spring 2014
•    Intend to continue at Hofstra at least two additional semesters beyond Summer 2014
•    Deadline: April 7, 2014

The Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) was made possible by funding through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration

Internship Opportunities at NYU

The Family Translational Research Group at NYU is seeking students to assist with research on a wide variety of cutting edge topics. Students can access the details about the position and how to apply on the FTRG website:

If you land this position, you might considering earning internship credit. Click on the links below for more details, and if you think earning credit is the right way to go, schedule an appointment with Dr. Weingartner on Clickbook:

Psy credit (required: min 3.0 Psy GPA + completion of 18 sh in Psy)

Electives credit (required: min 2.5 cum GPA + completion of 1 semester at Hofstra)

PAID internship opportunity in Long Island

Human Resources Internship

Company: Precipart Group, Long Island, New York

Company Description:  Enhancing lives through innovative solutions, Precipart is a leading provider of precision engineered solutions including custom machined parts, motion control assemblies and critical mechanical components.  Established in 1950, the Group draws from its Swiss heritage of technical precision to support our Global customer base.  With facilities in the US, Switzerland, and the UK, we employ over 200.  This internship will be located at our Farmingdale, NY facilities.

Spring Position Available: Human Resources Intern

Part Time for 12 weeks


Precipart has a Part Time Spring Human Resources Intern position available.  The HR intern will assist with various projects such as: workers comp and disability file archiving, organizing electronic employee and HR files, summarizing training needs per employee performance reviews plus daily administrative support.


Position Requirements:

  • 1 year completed towards Bachelor’s Degree in Management or Human Resources with a 3.3 minimum GPA
  • Knowledge of Word, Excel, Outlook etc.
  • Excellent communication skill
  • Close attention to detail
  • Must have ability to work in a team environment
  • Bilingual a plus

How to Apply:
For consideration please forward resume with a statement of interest (one page maximum that describes your objectives and motivation in seeking an internship at Precipart Group) directly to  Please state “HR Intern” in the subject.