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- Policies & Procedures
The Consortium currently offers 9 full-time positions. Applications for the 2014-2015 internship year are due by November 8, 2013. AK-PIC participates in APPIC's online AAPI application process, and decisions regarding 2014-2015 intern selection will occur through the APPIC Match. Please visit www.appic.org and www.natmatch.com for more information about these processes.
Click here to download the AK-PIC Internship brochure: 2014-2015 Brochure
Decisions regarding interviews will be communicated by December 13, 2013.
Please note: AK-PIC does not provide in-person interviews, although applicants are welcome to visit any AK-PIC training site at any time in order to tour the site. Applicants are also encouraged to attend AK-PIC's Open House if they wish to meet the entire training faculty. For details about the Open House, please download the Open House Agenda and the Open House Flyer.
For those prospective applicants who will not be able to join us in Anchorage for the Open House held in October but would like to watch a recorded webcast of last year's overview presentation, please click the following link:
Prospective applicants for future academic years may contact Dr. John DeRuyter at JDeRuyter@hopecounselingcenter.org for more information about the internship.
Additional note for 2014-2015 applicants: The AK-PIC program is currently being utilized as a model for developing a similar internship program in Hawaii. Please consider visiting the website of our sister program, the Hawaii Psychology Internship Consortium (HI-PIC): www.hi-pic.org.