Virginia Beach City Public Schools is a large (65,000 students), urban/suburban school district in southeast Virginia bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Psychological Services staff (licensed clinical and school psychologists) provide internship training and supervision within a general track. Doctoral interns are paired and assigned two schools, either an elementary school and a secondary school (middle or high) or two elementary schools, where they provide comprehensive psychological services (assessment, intervention/therapy, consultation, crisis intervention, etc.) under supervision. All doctoral interns receive training and experience at both the elementary and secondary levels. Additional supplemental rotation experiences are based on doctoral interns' interests and professional goals along with the district needs. These supplemental rotations may include an alternative education program for students with behavioral and/or emotional-disorders, BASE Program for elementary students experiencing behavioral and emotional difficulties, Preschool Assessment Center (working with children age 2-5), supportive therapeutic educational programs for students with severe emotional disabilities and mental health disorders, and other specialized programs. Experience with a wide range of clinical disorders is provided and may include students with learning disorders, pervasive developmental disorders (ASD), ADHD, intellectual disabilities, hearing and visual impairments, post traumatic stress disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, adjustment disorders (e.g., parental military deployment, foster care placement), schizophrenia, medical and neurological disorders. Doctoral interns meet for weekly didactic seminars and group supervision. Doctoral interns are assigned a licensed clinical psychologist as their primary supervisor who provides weekly individual supervision. Additional supervision is provided at the intern's assigned rotation sites by licensed staff responsible for those programs. Doctoral interns are also provided collaborative work space with one another, electronic devices (laptops, iPads for online assessment), office associate support, and access to a comprehensive assessment library within Psychological Servcies and to an extensive training resource library dedictated to internship training.