At Emmanuel, internships are considered a priceless component of a student's education experience. 100% of psychology students participate in an internship or research experience before graduating. They recognize that such experiences go above and beyond names they can put on their resumes. For them, internships are practical. Tangible. Real. They are essential opportunities in a student's journey towards a professional career.
All psychology majors complete a two-semester capstone in order to gain real-world experience to help them find competitive jobs after graduation or apply to graduate school. Students have a choice of working as a psychology intern at a Boston-area organization or as a research assistant for a psychologist conducting scientific research, either at Emmanuel or at another academic site.
Our location in Boston allows students to engage in internships at some of the most prestigious organizations in the world. Similarly, our student researchers are able to work as research assistants to some of the most well-respected scientific experts in the field. Our capstone program not only offers our students a significant opportunity to build their job skills and professional identities, but often leads to job offers upon graduation.
Organizations which have recently hired our students as interns or research assistants:
- Harvard Medical School
- Massachusetts General Hospital
- Children's Hospital Boston
- Joslin Diabetes Center
- Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
- Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Dana Farber Cancer Institute
- Boston Medical Center
- Franciscan Children's Hospital
- St. Elizabeth's Hospital
- Fenway Community Health Center
- Biogen Idec
- Samaritans Suicide Prevention
- Massachusetts Eating Disorders Association
- Brookline District Court
- Head Start Boston
- Metro Early Intervention
- Gateway Arts
- United South End Settlements
- Boston Latin High School
- The Price Center
- Bay Cove Human Services
- On the Rise
- Boys and Girls Club
- Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America
- Boston PBS
- Rosie's Place
To learn more about internship opportunities, please visit the Career Center.
Emmanuel’s Peer-Tutoring Program Receives Certification
Emmanuel’s Peer Tutoring Program, facilitated by the College’s Academic Resource Center (ARC), was recently granted Level 1 International Tutor Training Program Certification (ITTPC) from the College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA).