The Public Service Internship Program (PSIP) is a practicum that provides university students with the opportunity to gain direct exposure to and practical experience from a diverse range of public, private, government or community service agencies and businesses locally, nationally and internationally in an effort to improve the community we live in.
PSIP helps facilitate student, academic department, and site professional communication. When you participate in PSIP you can receive individual advisement and access resources on including identifying career and learning goals, applying to opportunities and gain valuable experience.
The Public Service Internship Program serves as an integral part of the UB’s efforts to engage and collaborate with the local living and learning community to promote and enhance the quality and life within the region, state, and beyond.
The Public Service Internship Program provides UB junior and senior undergraduates from all academic disciplines the opportunity to gain direct exposure and practical experiences from a diverse range of public, private, government, and community service agencies and businesses to benefit both the student and the community.
The Public Service Internship Program offers its students access to resources, individualized advisement, employability skills preparation, guidance in identifying career and educational goals, assistance in identifying and applying for opportunities, and facilitates students’ successful navigation of their professional development through experiential learning.
Last updated: August 19, 2013 4:21 pm EST