The internship provides students with the opportunity to observe and participate in health services activities, thus preparing them to function more effectively as a health care professional.
Upon completion of the experience, the student shall be able to:
- Write a reflection paper that summarizes at least one meaningful connection between concentration coursework and internship.
- Demonstrate competency with a score of three or better on items 1-20 (Appendix D) that reflect workplace behavior, expectations, and responsibilities.
- Create a portfolio that provides evidence of specific internship related activities.
- At each log benchmark (e.g., every 30-hours) the student will submit a log that demonstrates an increasing level of student involvement.
Please click on the links below for access to the internship handbook and a guide to information related to internship.
Some internships may require background checks as part of their internship application process. Please speak with your internship site and determine if they require a background check before completing the True Screen background check.
Please note: The True Screen background check contains federal, state, and local level searches and costs $23.50.