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The Our Lady of the Lake Psychology Internship is participating in the APPIC Match Service. Our Match Code is 251011.

We will use the APPIC uniform application for Psychology Internships. Applicants need to download the most current application from APPIC's Web site:

Applicants need to submit their completed applications through APPIC with the following supporting materials: Graduate transcripts, at least three letter of reference (through the reference portal), and curriculum vita. The Director of Clinical Training at the applicant’s school should certify readiness for internship through the DCT portal.

Applications must consist of:

  • Completed APPIC Application for Psychology Internship (AAPI) form. The AAPI may be downloaded from the APPIC website. More information can be found here.
  • A "cover letter" or "letter of interest," should describe your qualifications and professional experience that you believe make you a good match with the Our Lady of the Lake Psychology Internship. It also should highlight your specific goals for the internship.
  • A curriculum vita.
  • Official transcripts for all graduate work.
  • Three letters of recommendation, at least two from supervisors familiar with your recent clinical work.

All applicants who follow these guidelines will be considered.

Our Lady of the Lake Psychology Internship has been accepted as a member of APPIC. We will participate in the match and are working towards APA accreditation. Our Match Code is 251011.

Application Requirements:


The training director reviews applications for eligibility: graduate status in good standing from a clinical or clinical combined APA accredited program [or one meeting APA standards and meeting all requirements of a program by the Louisiana State Board of Examiners of Psychologists to be licensed in Louisiana]. Applicants will need to be certified by the DCT of their graduate programs as ready for internship. They must have completed their qualifying courses and examinations. An approved dissertation proposal is strongly recommended, and completion of data collection or the dissertation process is very desirable.

Applications are reviewed by the Clinical Psychology internship committee. Each committee member ranks the applications. The top-ranked applicants will be contacted to schedule interviews.

As OLOL Team members, interns are subject to the same requirements as any employee:

  • OLOLRMC requires drug testing before contracts are finalized.
  • OLOLRMC requires employees to have TB tests and Flu shots, which are provided.
  • Criminal background checks are required. Interns with felony convictions need not apply.
  • Random drug/alcohol testing and testing due to behavior suggestive of drug/alcohol use during work are possible.

"This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant."