Health Promotion and Advocacy offers professional development for undergraduate and graduate students through unpaid volunteering, internships, and practicums opportunities, paid graduate assistantships, and job-shadowing.
Students can tailor-make their internship/practicum experience to meet their personal goals and academic requirements. Professional development opportunities include, but are not limited to, campus-wide program planning, conducting presentations, facilitating workshops, marketing, social media content creation and management, analyzing assessment data, Mental Health First Aid training, and working with Peer Wellness Ambassadors
Majors that have completed internship or practicum opportunities in the past include Health Education and Promotion/Public Health, Dietetics, Health Science, Psychology, Wellness Management, Sports and Exercise Psychology, Mental Health Counseling, Public Relations, Biology, and Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education. Don't see your major on this list? Don't let that stop you from inquiring!
If interested, please contact our office for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-285-3775.