The Autism Program (TAP) typically has 6 – 10 graduate and undergraduate internship positions available each semester for credit (HDFS 294 for undergraduates and HCD 598 for graduate students). Interns must have second semester Sophomore, Junior or Senior status. You can click on the Syllabus tab above for a more detailed description of the requirements for interns and the Applications tab to download an application form. Click on the Video Introductions tab to find out what TAP does, or the Videos of Interns tab to view interns talking about their experiences with TAP. We are currently accepting application for Fall Semester 2019. Applications are due by April 12, 2019.
For more information about TAP you can stop by the Resource Center (1005 Christopher Hall) and pick up a brochure or speak to Anne Hall or Linda Tortorelli. You can also find more information on our websites: