Undergraduate Student Internships

University of Rochester students seeking course credit:

Mt. Hope Family Center is committed to supporting, training, and empowering young professionals in the field of psychology. As part of this mission, course credit is available to University of Rochester undergraduate students who actively participate in our clinical programs and/or research projects.

Please review these guidelines carefully prior to submitting your application for course credit: MHFC Course Credit Guidelines.

Be prepared to identify which project(s) best fit your skills and interests:

Click here to download the application: Application for UR Course Credit at MHFC

Email this document, along with your resume, to Stephanie Capobianco (Stephanie_Capobianco@URMC.Rochester.edu).
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Paid & Unpaid Positions:

Mt. Hope Family Center employs undergraduate students from any college for both paid and unpaid positions, including internships.

Our PATHS program is continuously recruiting counselors throughout the year for Fall/Spring sessions as well as for Summer Camp. Other programs and research projects offer internships on a limited basis, which can often be taken for credit through arrangements with other higher educational institutions.

For research internship opportunities, contact Stephanie Capobianco at stephanie_capobianco@urmc.rochester.edu

University of Rochester students can also check for current postings on Handshake.

For inquires about the PATHS program, please fill out this form.

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  • There are several ways the PATHS Program employs counselors for each session. These opportunities include: volunteer, for credit internships at the University of Rochester, for credit internships at other Colleges and Universities and a limited number of available paid counselor positions. Please indicate any ways in which you are interested in participating in the PATHS Program as a therapeutic counselor:

Please note that our internships are open to college students only.