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Paige Psychological Consulting contracts with charter schools across Minnesota that span from K-12th grade including a diverse student population. Interns at Paige Psychological Consulting will be under the supervision of Dr. Jazlynn Paige, Nationally Certified School Psychologist. 

I currently have a few of my schools (Minneapolis, St. Paul and surrounding suburbs) that would love to have an intern! Those options can be further discussed and decided based on the interests of the intern. 

Interns will be exposed to the full range of school psychological services, including screening, problem solving, consultation, intervention, and psychoeducational evaluation.  Interns will likely have an opportunity to influence and work on district-level MTSS policy and procedures. 

  • Enrolled in an Educational Specialist or Doctoral Degree Program for School Psychologists

  • Experience with multi-tiered systems of support, including academic and behavior interventions

  • Ability to communicate with students, parents, co-workers, supervisors and the community in a positive and responsive way that is consistently welcoming and enhances effective work relationships

  • Ability to demonstrate an appreciation of diversity in all interactions and job functions

  • Training or experience with Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

  • Training or experience with Responsive Classroom behavior management framework

  • Training or experience with Crisis Intervention

  • Experience with systems change toward response to intervention from traditional school psychology service delivery framework

  • Strong data management skills

  • Familiarity with screening and progress monitoring 

  • Familiarity with online special education forms management systems, such as SpedForms

Minimum Qualifications

Preferred Qualifications

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Working from Home
  • Traditional school psychological services 

    • Conduct special education evaluations, including problem identification, assessment selection and administration, result interpretation and team eligibility decisions, and documentation according to state and federal requirements and relevant ethical guidelines

    • Support delivery of some special education services as specified in Individual Education Plans, by conducting individual or group intervention and consulting with general and special education colleagues

  • School psychological services moving toward a tiered model of service delivery

    • Coordinate problem solving team, including scheduling, record keeping, permissions, data management, and alignment with potential Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services (ADSIS) grant requirements

    • Coordinate and implement Tier I (general ed via consultation) and Tier II interventions for individual or groups of students, including appropriate assessment and progress monitoring (potentially ADSIS intervention hours)

    • Analyze assessment and intervention data and develop data-based decision-making protocols across tiers of service delivery

    • Assist with staff training and supervision of staff providing tiered services and interventions

  • Assessment, evaluation, and research services

    • Conduct analyses or research as needed to support decision making, evaluate effectiveness of programs or interventions, etc.

    • Assist in selection, administration, and/or interpretation of assessments (e.g., Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment data, universal screening data, etc.) to inform instruction or fulfill other school needs (e.g. grants, initiatives, accountability requirements, improvement plans, etc.)

  • Other duties as assigned.

  • Balance of time among above experiences to be determined by intern’s professional goals, university requirements, as well as school needs.

Job Functions

If you have any questions please email

Application For the Internship

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