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  • 09 Nov 2022 1:51 PM | Sarah Nevill (Administrator)

    Job Title: School Psychologist Intern - 2023 School Year

    Location: Henrico, VA, US

    Organization Name HCPS - Psychological Services

    About Us

    Henrico County Public Schools is one of the six largest public school divisions in Virginia with a nationally recognized educational program. Henrico County is a suburban community surrounding the city of Richmond, VA. We are 104 miles from the Atlantic Ocean to the east; 94 miles from the scenic Skyline Drive to the

    west; 106 miles from Washington, D.C. to the north; and 75 miles from the North Carolina border to the south.

    Our Mission: Henrico County Public Schools, an innovative leader in educational excellence, will actively engage our students in diverse educational, social and civic learning

    experiences that inspire and empower them to become contributing citizens.

    General Statement of Duties

    This is a one-year only School Psychologist Intern position for the 2023-24 school year (12-month contract, expected start date of July 3, 2023;

    contract start date is related to 12-month work calendar).

    Provides psycho-educational support for students in need and instructional strategies as appropriate in order to facilitate the academic progress of all students within Henrico County Public Schools. Responds as appropriate to the needs of special education students as required by federal and state regulations.

    Essential Duties

    Job duties include the ability to administer and interpret psychological tests, work collaboratively with multidisciplinary school-based teams, consult with teachers, and counsel with students while under the supervision of a School Psychologist. Excellent written and oral communication skills are essential to meet the diverse

    needs of our community. Strong interpersonal and time-management skills are also required, as well as utilization of appropriate resources. The opportunity to collaborate with a highly skilled team of School Psychologists is always available.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Prior to internship, completion of all coursework and practicum while enrolled in a Master's/Specialist or Doctoral degree program in School

    Psychology is expected.

    Additional Information

    Minimum salary: $32,896 (based on 2022-23 budget year). Includes options for health care and other related benefits.

    The annual salary for this position will be prorated based upon the official start date.

    How To Apply

    In addition to completing the online application, to be considered for the listed vacancy, please mail, fax, or hand-deliver three (3) written references , and college transcripts to:

    HenricoCounty Public Schools

    Departmentof Human Resources

    P.O. Box 23120

    3820 Nine Mile Rd

    Henrico, VA 23223-0420

    Fax: (804)652-3763

    The School Board of Henrico County is committed to nondiscrimination with regard to sex (including pregnancy), gender, race, color, national origin,

    disability, religion, ancestry, age, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law (except where such is a bona fide

    occupational qualification), in employment or in its programs and activities.

    EOE/Accommodations Upon Request

  • 22 Feb 2022 4:30 PM | Anonymous

    Lynchburg City Schools announces TWO openings for internships for the 2022-23 school year. 

    Click on the link below for more information, including detailed job description and salary information.  

    For additional information, contact Belva Shelor, School Psychologist at (434)515-5270 ext 27010

    2022.02.23_Lynchburg City Public Schools_Internship Job Description.pdf

  • 16 Feb 2022 1:09 PM | Anonymous

    Orange County is a beautiful region of Virginia, full of rolling hills, horses, vineyards, and our own acclaimed skydive facility.  We are an easy commute from Charlottesville and not far from Fredericksburg, Richmond, or DC.  We have a dedicated and compassionate staff and we are looking for additional members for our school psychological services team.  Please feel free to contact us for further information.  You may speak with Susan Aylor, our Director of Special Education, or with Corie Reynolds and Jessica Harris, school psychologists:  (540) 661-4555.

    School Psychologist Intern for 22-23 School Year

  • 19 Dec 2021 2:33 PM | Anonymous

    Hanover County Schools is now accepting applications for a School Psychology Intern position for the 2022-23 school year.  Information about the position and the application process can be accessed on our HCPS HR website:


    Questions about the position or the application process can be directed to: 
    Barry Hewett

    Lead School Psychologist

    Hanover County Schools



  • 09 Nov 2021 3:50 PM | Anonymous

    Franklin County Public Schools has two intern positions available for next year. Please see below for the job description and application process.

    Job description: The school psychologist intern will be responsible for conducting comprehensive psycho-educational assessments, participating on various school teams, and consulting with parents and teachers to provide recommendations to support students both at school and home. The intern will also assist with functional behavior assessments and behavior intervention plans.

    Qualifications:  Extensive knowledge of acceptable psychological testing procedures and practices is required. Knowledge of special education laws and regulations is required. Candidates must be knowledgeable of school law and the legal provisions related to childcare. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the ability to function effectively as a team member in determining appropriate services for the children through such meetings as Child Study, Eligibility, IEP, etc. Interested applicants must be enrolled in a state approved program in school psychology at the master’s degree level. A stipend of $20,000 will be offered. If interested, please complete an application and submit necessary paperwork through the district website, Contact Christina Gibson at with additional questions.  

  • 24 Mar 2021 11:06 PM | Anonymous

    The School Psychologist Intern is a ten month (200 day) position responsible for conducting tests and evaluating the needs and educational programs of referred students while under the supervision of another School Psychologist and/or placing University program.  The successful candidate will plan and assist in implementation of programs to enable students to attain appropriate achievement and adjustment; consult with teachers and parents regarding such needs and/or serve in other related functions as requested by the Director of Special Services.


    Decision-making skills are an important aspect of this position, affecting a large segment of the organization, students, and teachers.  Extensive knowledge of acceptable psychological testing procedures and practices is required.  Knowledge of special education laws and regulations is required.  Candidates must be knowledgeable of school law and the legal provisions related to childcare.  The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the ability to function effectively as a team member in determining appropriate services for the children through such meetings as Child Study, Eligibility, IEP, etc.


    This position is anticipated for 2021-2022 school year.

    Please apply at

  • 14 Nov 2019 7:59 PM | Kate Administrator (Administrator)

    The Office of Psychological Services for Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS) offers a specialist internship for eligible candidates in school psychology. For the 2020-2021 school year CCPS will have three intern positions available. CCPS offers a diverse internship experience with rotations in specialty programs. Professional development opportunities within the district are abundant with experts in trauma-informed care, PBIS, restorative circles, FBA/BIPs, etc.

    Students interested in applying for an internship with CCPS must submit the following materials electronically to Mrs. Laura C. Early, Coordinator of Psychological Services: 1) cover letter expressing why the applicant is interested in the CCPS internship program, 2) a resume or vita, 3) official graduate school transcripts, 4) three letters of professional recommendation and 5) a psychological evaluation report redacted to protect confidential information.  These application materials are to be sent to by the deadline which is Friday, January 24, 2020 at 4 pm. Selected applicants will be invited for a required on-site interview. 

  • 15 Feb 2019 1:06 PM | Tom Byrnes (Administrator)

    Ever thought about taking your school psychology practice to the Outer Banks of North Carolina?  Ever thought of beginning your practice on a sandbar and 2 islands?  Dare County (NC) will soon be looking to higher a school psychologist for its almost 5,000 student school district (10 schools).  Consider joining 4 other well-trained and progressive school psychologists in an increasingly progressive school district.  Serious attempts at "growing" MTSS practices, central office leadership on-board and facilitating the efforts, still bumping into each other on growth and implementation.

      Contact MIssy Schmidt, lead school psychologist, with questions about how you might further your interest (and ours)

  • 22 Jan 2019 11:35 AM | Anonymous

    Stafford County Public Schools has 3 openings for Master’s +/Specialist or Doctoral level school psychology interns for the SY2019-20.  Successful applicants will join a team of 17 school psychologists, and 31 educational diagnosticians in a mid-sized suburban district in northern Virginia.  The internship program in SCPS has been successfully providing the culminating supervised training experience for interns for over 12 years.  Although we are not an APPIC site, pre-doctoral and post-doctoral clinical supervision is available for doctoral-level interns.  Interns receive a stipend of $20,000 and benefits, work a 10-month schedule of 7.5 hour days, participate in all professional development activities alongside licensed staff, have opportunities to attend funded conferences, and have the benefit of a cohort experience with other interns. 

    Please contact Dr. Emma Jurrens, Lead Psychologist/Internship Supervisor, for additional information and internship application materials 

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