|Interview process description:
Virtual internviews worked well last year. Hence, we do not anticipate having in-person interviews this coming year either. However, we are going to attempt to approximate, in a virtual forum, the very thorough and personable interviews we have hosted for many many years. Applicants who are invited for interview will be scheduled on ONE OF FOUR DATES (January 20-21-24-25). Interviewed applicants will have an opportunity to meet most or all of our internship faculty as well as current interns. Prospective interviewees will be given the opportunity to rank the interview date-options available. We want to be sure we give each prospective intern (interviewee) the time and the attention they deserve to assess goodness of fit. We schedule a MAX of twelve interviews on each of the four dates - a total of 48 interviews for our 8 positions. Although it is common for us to have more than 48 applicants who we would love to interview, 48 is the max we can do if we are to give each interviewee adequate time. We ask that you only accept an invitation to interview if you are seriously considering Sharp as a training site. If you do accept an interview and then realize that Sharp is not a good fit, we ask that you let us know that IMMEDIATELY so we can offer the spot to an alternate. Because we put so much into our interview process, and we want each interviewee to meet with all the same folks, interviews are not available on dates other than those listed above and participation in our full interview process is required.
|We have matched with interns from these programs:
||Wright Institute, William James College, Washington State University, Virginia Consortium, University of Virginia, Vanderbuilt, University of Southern California, University of Nevada Las Vegas, University of Massachusetts Boston, University of Missouri, University of Minnesota, University of Miami, University of Oklahoma, University of Illinois, University of Iowa, University of Denver, University of Colorado Denver, UCSD/SDSU Joint Doctoral Program, University of Windsor, University of Texas, University of Southern California, University of North Dakota, University of Denver, University of Albany, The New School, SUNY Albany, Rutgers University-Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Pacific University, PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium, Palo Alto University, Pepperdine, Loyola, McGill University, Loma Linda University, Long Island University, Loma Linda University, La Salle University, Fuller, Indiana State University, Duquesne University, CSPP/AIU (Fresno, Los Angeles, San Diego), Colorado State University, Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Arizona State University, Argosy (Phoenix and Orange County),