Each year, the Tennessee Internship Consortium in Psychology welcomes interns with diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and goals. Our interns hail from universities and programs across the country, and each intern contributes to the richness of the internship experience. Interns not only learn to work together as a team, they often develop strong social connections that lead to long lasting professional and personal relationships. TIC interns also have a strong record of success with nearly all interns securing post-doctoral positions or employment before the end of the internship year.
Trainee admissions, support, and outcome data can be found under the following link: IRC27Idata
The interns in the 2018-2019 cohort are originally from all over the eastern United States. Kendall is placed in Sweetwater City Schools, Victoria is placed in Lenoir City Schools, Pete is placed in Anderson County Schools, and Christina is in a split placement between Cherokee Health Systems and the KLASS Center with the University of Tennessee.
Here is the intern cohort from 2017-2018. Chris is placed in Anderson County Schools, Carrie is placed in Lenoir City Schools, Jonah has a split position between Cherokee Health Systems and the KLASS Center at the University of Tennessee, Carly is placed in Sweetwater City Schools, and Jiaju “JJ” has a split position between Sweetwater City Schools and the KLASS Center.
2017-2018 Intern social activities
The 2017-2018 intern cohort was one of the more social groups; here are some photos from around town in Knoxville.