Counseling and Psychological Services currently offers three year-long, full-time doctoral internships that provide the opportunity to gain supervised experience in the multifaceted functions of a health service psychologist working in a collegiate environment whose service delivery model values prevention, early intervention, and psychological treatment. While in this internship program training considerations take precedence over services delivery, the clinical and developmental needs of our diverse campus community provide excellent and varied training opportunities for doctoral psychology interns. Using diverse learning or training activities, the internship promotes the objectives and supports the development of related profession-wide and program specific competencies of the internship program. The training program has four aims or objectives. These are to develop interns who (1) Engage in lawful and ethical practice and function in accordance with professional standards, (2) Effectively utilize (and generate) research and psychological knowledge in their professional activities, (3) Competently engage in a range of evidence-based assessment and intervention activities that are responsive to individual and cultural differences and diversity and (4) Are able to effectively manage complex practice environments. In pursuit of these aims, the internship features supervised experiences in assessment, counseling and psychotherapy, consultation, training and supervision, and program development and implementation, as these occur in a university counseling setting serving a diverse undergraduate and graduate student population. The internship training includes supervised experiences in providing psychological services, didactic and instructional seminars, and participant-observation and other opportunities for modeling designed to facilitate the transition from graduate student to professional health service provider. The internship is a full-time 2,000 hour, remunerated experience. Interns devote at least twenty-five percent of their time providing clinical psychological services to individuals seeking evaluation and psychological care. Interns also play an important role in supporting the Center's peer helping services by assisting in teaching and supervising undergraduate peer helpers and peer educators. During the average week, interns provide psychological services directly to students seeking evaluation, counseling or treatment, and consultation with others involved with students of concern (about 16.5 hours weekly). Interns also provide direct and indirect psychological services intended to reduce the risks leading to psychological or behavioral impairments, promote healthy lifestyles, and particularly to support the operation of the Center’s peer assistance program, our partners in providing preventive care and early intervention (about 14.5 hours weekly). These experiential learning activities are supported by six hours of reflective (supervision, 4 hours) and instructional (seminar, 2 hours) activities each week, as well as by weekly case, assessment, and prevention conferences that provide participant-observational learning opportunities (3 hours). Formal points of evaluation occur at 5 months, 10 months, and 12 months.