Seventeen senior psychology majors from Frostburg State University are participating in internships this spring. Their internship sites offer a wide variety of experiences and are located throughout Maryland, Virginia and D.C. In preparation for their responsibilities as an intern, the students must pass an ethics examination and complete a detailed internship proposal that specifies their goals and objectives for the semester.
These students and their placements include: Jennifer Hurt, Allegany Office for Children, Youth and Families; Kristian Spies, Coordinated Adolescent Resource Effort Team; Lindsay Thom, Coordinated Adolescent Resource Effort Team; Alyse Reed, South Penn Elementary School; Erica Bryant, South Penn Elementary School; Alana Kauffman, Allegany County Alternative School; Julia Sargent, Lois E. Jackson Unit; Abby McCormick, Beall Elementary; David Bena, Beall High School; Amanda Schrom, Allegany County Health Department; Marina Miller, Mental Health Unit, Sacred Heart Hospital; Lindsay Schoem, Thomas B. Finan Center; Stefanie Legge, Western Maryland Children’s Center-Adolescent Addictions A Maryland Department of Juvenile Services Faculty; Chiye Nmorka, Government of the District of Columbia Office of Police Complaints; Melissa Langford, Intelligent Decision Systems, Inc; Danielle Belkov, Delmarva Family Resources at the Charles Hickey Jr. School; and Allison Brown, Montgomery County SHARP Program.
For more information about Psychology Department Internships, contact Dr. Pat Santoro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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