To earn a satisfactory grade, students must submit a reflection paper about their summer internship experience.Interning with Digett has been one of the best opportunities I’ve had.The internship experience is intended to help students gain practical experience and apply their education to real-world problems.
(*Steps 2-4 can be completed simultaneously)Step 3: Identify possible internship opportunities.
Resources include: online searches, personal networking, SCU Career Center, and the SCU Public Health group on Linked In.
First of all you have to do some research and then pick the topic you want to write about.
After this, you research more about the topic that you are writing about.
Step 4: Once an internship is obtained, meet with a Public Health Faculty member to determine if the internship aligns with the goals for the PHSC requirement. Bring your filled out Internship Approval Form to this meeting.
Step 5: After receiving faculty approval, submit your filled out Internship Approval Form (signed by faculty member) to [email protected]
Internships are typically with organizations outside SCU such as in public health departments, health clinics, community health agencies, or non-profit organizations.
Such experiences are a valuable part of an integrated education and benefit you when applying for jobs, graduate and/or professional programs. Step 2: Enroll in/successfully complete PHSC 139 (2 units) prior to, or concurrently with, your internship.
This will serve as a valuable resource for you when applying for jobs, professional schools, or graduate programs.
Part 1 - Summarize (1) the position you held; (2) the organizational and community context you workedin, (3) the goals of the internship, (4) the activities you engaged in, and (5) your major accomplishment(s).