An internship provides real work experiences to compliments your classroom preparation. While an internship is not required for your degree in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, internships can allow you to:

  • Apply what you’ve learned in the classroom and connect it to the world of work
  • Gain valuable work experience relevant to your academic program
  • Spot career opportunities at your internship site.  Click HERE to get started.
  • Connect with professionals who can mentor you, write letters of recommendation for graduate school or help you find a job in your field

Getting an internship starts with you. To start the process contact:

Tim Scully, Director of Career Services

  • The first step is identifying the internship you’d like.
  • Second, make sure you’re eligible to complete an internship for credit.
  • Third meet with Tim Scully to enroll in your internship course. Make sure to fill out a Internship Proposal Form.