The department offers unique opportunities for students with our numerous facilities and probation and parole offices located throughout the state. The goal of our program is to offer an individualized learning experience by maintaining flexibility with students in scheduling and in achieving academic needs.
All internship opportunities are available to students who are enrolled in a college or university that offers course credit for internships.With the exception of the Doctoral Psychology Internship stipends are not provided for our program. Please submit an application for area of interest even if you do not see a posting for that position.
The DOC is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer; Women, Minorities, People with Disabilities and Veterans Encouraged to apply!
To apply for an internship:
Click here to download the application
Behavior Health Intern Positions:
For academic year beginning in Fall Terms and for Summer Terms, the application process will open January 1st and end March 15th. Applications received by February 15th will be given first consideration. All other applications will be considered after the March 15 deadline. Interviews will be scheduled after February 15. Selection decisions will be completed by April 15. For internships beginning with Winter/Spring terms, the application process will open October 1st and end November 1st. Interviews will be scheduled in November. Selection decisions will be completed by December 1st.
All Other Intern Positions:
- February 15 for Summer session
- July 1 for Fall session
- October 15 for Winter/Spring session
Applications received by priority deadlines will be given first consideration. All other applications will be considered based on position availability.
For more information, contact:
The Office of Diversity