The Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC) Clinical Psychology Internship Program follows all APPIC policies and procedures for intern selection. Applicants must register for the Match using the registration system on the Match website
. Those interested, additional information on Match dates are available through APPIC
. In accordance with APPIC Match policy, our program abides by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept or use any ranking-related information from any applicant.
21 November 2021
Our faculty and the Army values cultural and individual diversity and strongly encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply. In keeping with our commitment to diversity, we seek an internship class representing a wide range of backgrounds, interests, talents, and life experiences. It is the policy of our program and the Army to provide equal opportunity in employment for all qualified applicants. Discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or status as a parent, is prohibited. In accordance with United States law, applicants must be United States citizens and meet age, security background, and medical qualification requirements for an Army officer commission before being placed on the internship’s APPIC Match ranking list.
Number of Anticipated Positions:
There are no civilian positions available. All interns must commission as active duty Army officers.
Army Selection Process:
If there is any possibility that an applicant plans to apply to an Army clinical psychology internship, they should contact an AMEDD recruiter as soon as possible. Contacting a recruiter no later than August is highly recommended to allow the applicant and the recruiter time to ensure all Army application criteria (e.g., health physicals, medical waivers, etc.) are completed on time. Find the nearest recruiter at www.goarmy.com
or 1- 800-USA-ARMY. Submit the online APPI including all supporting documents and confirmation of approved proposal for dissertation before the application deadline. All internship applicants will concurrently go through the Army selection process.
We will NOT consider applicants who have not successfully defended their doctoral or clinical research project proposal before the CPIP board in December. Suppose an applicant completes the proposal after the November program application deadline. In that case, the applicant must have their Director of Training from their academic institution send a letter certifying completion to the Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC) Clinical Psychology Internship Program (there are no exceptions to this policy):
MCHK-BH, B-Wing, Room 4B-108
Department of Behavioral Health GHE
Clinical Psychology Internship Program Director, Tripler Army Medical Center
1 Jarrett White Road, Honolulu, HI 96859-5000
Applicants must use the AAPI portal to upload the following documents in addition to APPIC Match minimum requirements:
We will NOT consider applicants who do not submit all materials as per above.
Program's Information Services Include:
- Graduate transcripts.
- Three letters of recommendation.
- Curriculum vitae.
- A de-identified written sample of a psychological assessment case including formal psychometrics reflecting actual clinical work – unedited by peer or supervisor.