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Internship Clearinghouse

The Internship Clearinghouse on the IASP website is a place for school districts and special education cooperatives within the state of Indiana to connect with graduate students in school psychology looking for internships.

Administrators may be able to reach a broader audience of individuals interested in working in the field of school psychology by posting on this site, as listings may be viewed by both members and non-members of IASP.

Graduate students who are seeking internships, whether they are currently studying in Indiana or at a training program in another state, are encouraged to explore the offerings on this website. The Indiana Association of School Psychologists believes that there are many positive opportunities available in our state. IASP is committed to supporting potential interns by providing easily accessible information, answering questions and helping to establish networking connections, and providing opportunities for professional development.  

School psychologists must be credentialed by the state in which they work. In Indiana, the school psychologist credential is offered by the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE). School psychologists may also be a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) and, for those trained at the doctoral level, licensed as a Health Service Provider in Psychology (HSPP).

Careers in School Psychology

Indiana Certification Guidelines – DOE

To post an internship opportunity please send the following information to Kim Williams

  • School Corp
  • City
  • Contact Name / Email
  • Link to application
  • Paid internship – yes / no (Please list salary)
  • Benefits – yes / no
  • Does the supervisor have an HSPP credential – yes / no
  • Additional information
Please contact the IASP office when the position has been filled. Otherwise all postings will be removed in August.
  • Tuesday, March 27, 2018 6:28 PM | Kim Williams (Administrator)

    Knox County Special Education is interested in hiring a school psychologist intern for the 2018-2019 school year.  Knox County Special Education is comprised of three school districts (North Knox, South Knox and Vincennes Community School Districts) and is located in South West Indiana.  Intern experiences would include working with students in preschool to grade 12 who demonstrate a variety of academic social and behavioral needs.  The selected intern would experience a close working relationship with teachers, administrators, parents, students and community agencies.  The intern would be expected to demonstrate skills in evaluation, consultation, academic intervention design and behavioral support design. 

    This is a paid internship that would begin in  August, 2018. Supervisor does not currently hold HSPP certification.

    Want to learn more? Please submit a resume and a letter of interest to Sheryl Schaefer-Jones, Director of Special Education and complete the application process at 

  • Monday, February 19, 2018 8:03 PM | Kim Williams (Administrator)

    ·       School Corp:  Hamilton-Boone-Madison Special Services Cooperative

    ·       City: Noblesville, IN 

    ·       Contact Name / Email:  Dr. Steve Wornhoff/  

    ·       Link to application:

    ·       Paid internship – yes / no (Please list salary):  YES,  Approximately $40,000

    ·       Benefits – yes / no:  YES

    ·       Does the supervisor have an HSPP credential – yes / no:  YES

  • Monday, February 19, 2018 7:58 PM | Kim Williams (Administrator)

    Wabash-Miami Area Program for Exceptional Children

    246 N 300 W

    Wabash, IN  46992

    Ph:  260-563-8871

    Director: Ann Higgins (

    Link to application:

    Intern Salary: $34,500 (183 days) plus benefits

    Supervisor has HSPP credential - Yes

  • Wednesday, February 07, 2018 11:43 AM | Kim Williams (Administrator)

    Contact: Jenny Smithson, Director of Academic Programs


    Send letter of interest and resume to Jenny Smithson at the email above.


    Non-certified application only

    Paid Internship: Yes, $25,000; 185 day contract beginning July 30, 2018.

    Benefits: Same as non-certified staff for sick, personal, family leave, but no health insurance, optical, dental

    Supervisor is an HSPP?: No

    Opportunity to work in the Office of Academic Programs at Alexandria Community School Corporation.  We serve all students in special education, high ability, and ELL programming. Any knowledge of Spanish is a plus. Must be punctual, able to self-manage, and multi-task. For more information, please call 765-724-5060.

    Interviewing the week of March 5, decision by April 1.

  • Friday, February 02, 2018 7:16 PM | Kim Williams (Administrator)

    Our organization is located in Porter County Indiana and services 7 member districts including Valparaiso, Portage, and Chesterton. 

    Contact:  Stephanie Murray M.Ed. 

       Supervisor of Diagnostics,

       Student Supports Services,

       Challenge Education, and

       Professional Development


    Link to application:  PCES Application  Please save the application before sending it via email. 

    Internships are paid positions to be determined at the time of offering.

    There are no benefits associated with the position.

  • Monday, January 29, 2018 9:44 AM | Anonymous

    Earlywood Educational Services is pleased to announce a paid School Psychologist Internship opportunity for the 2018-19 school year. The purpose of our Internship Program is to build the capacity of competent School Psychologist candidates with the ability to serve a wide range of student needs within schools including prevention, intervention, consultation, assessment, and program evaluation. Internships are based on guidelines set forth by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). We provide interns with the ability to work with a variety of student populations and perform a wide range of school psychologist duties under the supervision & guidance of highly qualified practicing school psychologists. This experience is intentionally designed for maximum learning benefit of the intern and is customizable to individual interests.

    Earlywood Educational Services is a special education cooperative serving six school districts just south of Indianapolis. Interns will be assigned to one primary School Psychologist Supervisor/Mentor. In addition, due to our size and diversity, we are able to offer interns exposure to a variety of experiences including:

    • Utilization of Q-Interactive & other web & cloud-based assessment & scoring practices
    • Practice with a wide variety of assessment tools
    • Engagement in monthly Professional Learning Communities with our team of psychologists
    • Participation with RtI/MTSS processes & school-based problem solving
    • Observation, data collection, & analysis as part of Functional Behavior Assessment & Behavior Intervention Plan development
    • Involvement with referral, assessment, report generation, recommendations, & conferencing
    • Connection with alternative behavioral settings, non-public school placements, & our multi-disciplinary Preschool Assessments
    • In-service presentations to staff, administrators, & parents

    Internships are paid positions and require the commitment of a full school year. Successful interns will be top candidates for open positions with us and eligible for an employment bonus for each of the first two years of service in our schools.

    Interested candidates should submit a resume/vitae, a letter of interest, and two letters of recommendation to Angie Balsley, Executive Director, at

    Date Posted: January 5, 2018
    Interviews: March 7, 2018
    Intern Recommendation to Board: March 14, 2018

  • Monday, January 29, 2018 9:42 AM | Anonymous

    East Allen County Schools

    New Haven, IN

    Connie Brown, Director of Special Services

    Application link:

    Full-time paid Internship with benefits beginning August 7, 2018

    Supervisor does not have HSPP credential

    Highly diverse district with great opportunities.

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