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Psychology Intern (40 hrs) - Boston

  • Internship
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Science
  • Boston

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  • You must have completed all coursework for a doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. Submit APPIC application, transcripts, and attend interview. Ethnic minority students are encouraged to apply.
  • You will work 40 hours a week as a Psychology Intern at Boston Medical Center, gaining hands-on experience in a variety of psychological assessments and interventions.


  • Interns are required to have completed all coursework and comprehensive examinations for their doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology by the start of the internship year. Applicants must complete the APPIC application, send their graduate transcripts and agree to face-to-face interview. The program accepts applications from all qualified candidates. Students from ethnic minority groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Science & Healthcare

Mission & Purpose

Boston Medical Center models a new kind of excellence in healthcare, where innovative and equitable care empowers all patients to thrive. We combine world-class clinicians and cutting-edge treatments with compassionate, quality care that extends beyond our walls. Together, we're reimagining healthcare for Boston - and the world. As an award-winning health equity leader, our diverse clinicians and staff interrogate racial disparities in care and partner with our community to dismantle systemic inequities. This commitment to equity is the basis of all our work, particularly as 70 percent of our patients are people of color. In addition, nearly 30 percent of our patients speak a primary language other than English, and so we offer all our care and services in over 160 languages, including Spanish, Haitian Creole, Cape Verdean Creole, and more. As an academic medical center, BMC is building the future of health care. Our world-renowned researchers currently oversee over 660 research projects in a wide variety of areas, and as the principal teaching affiliate of Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, BMC is devoted to training future generations of health care professionals. BMC's clinical expertise, commitment to equity, quality, and sustainability efforts have been consistently recognized by organizations across the country, including the federal government, American Nurses Credentialing Center (Magnet designation), U.S. News, Leapfrog, Human Rights Campaign, the Lown Institute, Becker’s Healthcare, and more.

Culture & Values

  • Built on Respect, Powered by Empathy

    We care about our patients, employees, and community — and we’re committed to doing right by them each and every day.

  • Move Mountains

    Impossibility doesn’t live here. Instead, we’re motivated by what can be — and we’ll move mountains to make it happen.

  • Many Faces Create Our Greatness

    Diversity is our heart and soul — and when it comes to inclusion, we’re all in.