The Consortium currently offers 9 full-time positions. Applicants may apply to as many sites within the consortium as they wish. Each consortium site will have a unique Match number, so applicants will be able to rank the sites according to their preference.
The 2017-2018 application process will occur through the APPIC match. Please visit www.appic.org for more information about this process.
Applications for the 2019-2020 internship year are due by November 2, 2018. HI-PIC participates in APPIC's online AAPI procedure.
Students interested in applying for the internship program should submit an online application through the APPIC website (www.appic.org).
A complete application consists of the following materials:
- A completed On‐line AAPI (APPIC’s standard application)
- Cover letter (part of on‐line AAPI) stating your preferred training site(s) and why you are interested in those sites specifically
- A current Curriculum Vitae (as part of the on‐line AAPI)
- Three letters of recommendation, two of which must be from persons who have directly supervised your clinical work (as part of the on‐line AAPI). Please submit no more than three letters
- Official transcripts of all graduate coursework
- An integrated assessment report (uploaded as a supplemental document)
- A one-page clinical case conceptualization (uploaded as a supplemental document)
- OPTIONAL and voluntary materiaIs: Interns who match with HI-PIC are the employees of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). It is the policy of WICHE to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified applicants. As an Affirmative Action Employer, WICHE is required to invite all applicants to complete the forms attached here. Completion of the forms is voluntary and will not subject you to any adverse treatment. The information on these forms is confidential and will be maintained separately from your application. If you choose to do so, please download this form and upload it with your application. Remember that completion of this form is voluntary and in no way affects the decision regarding your application for employment
US Citizenship is required for application to the HI-PIC training program.
Decisions regarding interviews will be communicated by December 7, 2018.
HI-PIC's current internship brochure is available by clicking here: 2018-2019 HI-PIC Brochure
Please also note: HI-PIC does not provide in-person interviews, although applicants are welcome to schedule a visit to any HI-PIC training site by contacting the primary supervisor from the site. Skype interviews are the preferred format, although phone interviews will be granted for applicants who are unable to connect to the program via Skype.
Prospective applicants for future academic years may contact Dr. Katlyn Hale, HI-PIC Training Director, at Katlyn_Hale/HAWAIIDO/HIDOE@notes.k12.hi.us or Dr. Liza Tupa, WICHE consultant to the HI-PIC program, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the internship.