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School Psychology Internship

The Burlington School District seeks a full-time specialist or doctoral-level Intern for the 2015-16 school year. Responsibilities will include consultation, assessment, and intervention activities involving a diverse population in the state's largest school district of nine schools and 3600 students Pre-K through Grade 12. High-quality individual and group supervision will be provided along with a stipend of $ 17,000. Please send a cover letter describing your training background and interests, along with your Vita to: Dylan McNamara, Ph.D., NCSP, Director of Student Support Services, Burlington School District, 150 Colchester Avenue, Burlington, VT 05401. Inquiries via email should be sent to


Unfortunately, Vermont is one of the few states that does not experience a shortage of school psychologists.  However, the field has grown considerably since VASP was formed in 1989, and additional growth seems highly likely given the recognized value of our professional skills and pending retirement of many baby boomers.

Almost all Vermont school districts with job openings use the free (for job seekers) internet-based service of School Spring at:

The NASP Career Center is another resource for School Psychology jobs:

In addition, occasional openings can be found in the Classified Ads of the state’s two largest newspapers, The Burlington Free Press:

and the Rutland Herald: