The internship offers students in Health Administration, Public Health, Worksite Wellness, Gerontology and Long Term Care Administration the opportunity to apply the theories and skill sets learned in the classroom to the real world of healthcare. The internship is completed under the supervision of a qualified and experienced healthcare professional in the community setting. The chance to observe and share in the knowledge base of those already working in the field offers students a bridge between the academic setting and the work world.
All internships are offered in conjunction with Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) guidelines. For complete information about an Internship in Health Services, please read:
If you are a Interdisciplinary Gerontology Minor, please use the application below:
Steps to an Internship Prior to Release for Registration for HP480:
1. Enroll and complete your Castle Branch Profile by the deadlines below:
NOTE: You must have a COMPLETED Castle Branch profile PRIOR to being accepted to an internship!!
2. Complete and submit application - Return to the Health Services Office in HP2145
3. Make appointment with Kathy Weinzapfel in Career Services
4. Secure Internship with Site Supervisor
Questions? Please contact:
|Dr. Ethel Elkins||Kathy Weinzapfel||Joy Fein|
|Faculty Sponsor||OR||Internship Mentor||OR||Certified Background Coordinator|
|(812) 461-5490||(812) 464-1865||(812)461-5329|
|HP 2044||Orr Center 074||HP 2145|