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Finding an Internship

Internships are great opportunities to explore your academic and professional interests. Health and Society majors intern in a variety of settings, ranging from nutrition education at local community gardens to reproductive health advocacy at the national level.   [Nicaragua 2009] 

When starting your internship search, be sure to start early and utilize the campus resources available to you. For a complete guide to finding an internship, refer to the HEAL Internship Search Guide and the Liberal Arts in Practice Center.

  • Reflect—What do you want out of this experience?
  • Research/Network—Are there potential organizations that interest you?
  • Prepare application materials
  • Apply
  • Register your internship for credit through the registrar
  • To receive credit—Be sure all paperwork and assignments are completed and turned in