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Salary and Benefits
The funded internship positions are full-time and pay an annual salary of $27,275. Psychology interns have 10 vacation days per year in addition to 10 University holidays. Any vacation time unused at the end of the internship year will be forfeited. Interns are also allowed 12 medical leave days per year. Each intern is allotted 6 days conference/professional time.
Interns receive a professional development allotment which may be used to purchase professional books or to offset expenses associated with attending professional meetings/seminars. Interns are provided the opportunity to participate in medical, dental, and vision health plans. Free parking is provided by University of Arizona Medical Center.
Maryruth Farrell is the full-time Program Coordinator for the Clinical Psychology Internship Program. Her primary role is to provide support for the interns in those activities which are essential to the successful completion of their training. In consultation with the Training Director, she coordinates the clinical activities of the interns to ensure that the training experiences are appropriate in type and number. Maryruth coordinates intern participation in appropriate orientation programs and submission of all University of Arizona employment forms. She is also responsible for monitoring and tracking time reporting to provide accurate documentation of compliance with requirements of the Department of Psychiatry, the University of Arizona and the American Psychological Association‚Äôs Committee on Accreditation. She provides information to agencies, programs, and universities documenting intern progress and completion of training. Maryruth also submits documents to state licensing agencies as interns go on to become licensed as professional psychologists. Additionally, Maryruth participates in the annual recruiting process by organizing all application materials, serving as a liaison for internship applicants, scheduling interview appointments, and updating the internship website.