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Internships, fellowships and residencies

Montana VA health care provides training programs for students at the college, university, and postgraduate levels. Explore our training programs to find out about how we can help you start your career as a health care professional.

Internships, fellowships and residencies

Each year, we select a few medical interns to train at Montana VA health care. We seek candidates with a strong interest or background in rural mental health and caring for Veterans. Let us help you further your career as a health care professional while you serve America’s Veterans. 

Psychology internship

The aim of the Psychology Internship Program at Montana VA is to equip postdoctoral-level psychologists in the science, skill development, and art of psychological practice. Our program has an emphasis in training psychologists in the unique factors associated with practicing rural mental health. Learn more about the Montana VA Psychology Internship Program.

PGY1 Pharmacy Residency program

The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program is a one-year training program that begins on or near July 1 and continues through the end of June the following year. During this year of training, residents will gain practical experience and knowledge which will enable them to become confident and competent practitioners. Learn more about the Montana VA PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program.

Contact our training director  

If you have questions about our internship program or need help with the approval process, please contact our training director: 

Joanna McCormick, Ph.D.
Training director
3687 Veterans Drive
Fort Harrison, Montana 59636
406-447-6075
joanna.mccormick@va.gov