Students interested in an internship with Wellness and Prevention Services should provide the following:
- A resume
- A cover letter that discusses the skills you wish to develop or hone, your specific areas of interest within the Department of Wellness and Prevention Services, particular staff within the Department of Wellness and Prevention Services that you would like to work with, and whether or not this internship satisfies an academic requirement/earns academic credit. If this internship is for academic credit, please indicate the number of contact hours expected.
- A letter of support from a faculty advisor in your area of study or area of interest
- An unofficial copy of your transcripts
All files should be uploaded as .pdfs.
Wellness and Prevention Services has limited spots for interns and the process is competitive. Applying for an internship does not guarantee placement.