Health & Fitness Science Internships
Students in Work-Based Learning programs have the opportunity to apply what they have learned in the classroom with supervised, practical work experiences directly related to their fields of study. Students typically work part time, from 10 to 20 hours per week, while attending school and earning academic credit, and some positions also offer pay for the work. This combination is a meaningful way for students to explore career choices and become better prepared for the job market after graduation.
- Fall internships – July 1
- Spring internships – November 1
- Summer internships – April 1
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