Internship Application


  1. APA or CPA accredited doctoral program in counseling or clinical psychology.
  2. Commitment to uphold the principles of our "Mission Statement".
  3. Enthusiasm for expected "Intern Activities."
  4. Minimum of 350 clinical/direct contact hours.
  5. At least 1 practicum in a university/college counseling center setting.
  6. Strong interest and commitment to multiculturalism/diversity.


We utilize the uniform psychology application (AAPI Online) developed by The Association of Postdoctoral and Psychology Internship Centers (APPIC). To locate the AAPI Online, visit the APPIC website at As a member of APPIC, we also participate in the computer matching process for the selection of our Psychology Interns. Information on the APPIC National Matching Process and the details regarding registration procedures can be found at

To complete our application process, please access the AAPI Online at Click on the APPI Online icon. The entire application is to be completed online. General Instructions are available on the front page of the AAPI Online, as well as instructions for each separate section of the Application.

The AAPI Online also includes a cover letter, 4 essays, a vita, graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation.

We fully endorse the APPIC policy summarized in the following statement:

"This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC Policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant."


November 8, 2019


Our APPIC program code number is




After written application materials have been screened, selected applicants will be interviewed by the Training Committee. Applicants will be notified by December 5, 2019 if they have been selected for an interview. Both on-site and telephone interviews are available and will be conducted during January 2020. We will be having three open houses in early January.

This training program follows the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers' (APPIC) match policies, including the policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept, or use any ranking related information from any intern applicant.

The Student Counseling Service is committed to increasing diversity among its staff and interns. Applicants who may offer diversity of background and/or perspective are encouraged to apply. Texas A&M University has a strong institutional commitment to the principle of diversity in all areas. Admission to Texas A&M University and any of its sponsored programs is open to all qualified individuals without regard to any subgroup classification or stereotype.

Texas A&M University is committed to a safe learning and work environment for its students, employees and visitors. One aspect of this commitment is to assure, to the extent possible, procedures are in effect to reduce the likelihood of unknowingly hiring persons with felony convictions or registered sexual offender status. The following describes such procedures each university department and hiring supervisor must adhere. The felony and registered sexual offender status criminal background check procedures apply to:

  • all staff, non-faculty final candidates (outside candidates and current employees who apply) for positions posted through Human Resources
  • all final candidates for faculty positions, both full- and part-time

If you have any further questions. Please feel free to contact Jason Hindman at (979) 845-4427 or