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College Student Internship Program
The Department of Health College Student Internship Program (DOHCSIP) is designed to create internship experiences that relate to departmental needs and is closely aligned with students’ abilities, professional goals, and areas of interest.
The DOHCSIP will enhance the educational aspects of the career development process; provide a system of accountability and encourage professionalism; provide an opportunity for students to develop positive work habits; provide an opportunity to test aptitude for or interest in a selected field; students can gain academic credit for their work experience; students can relate coursework to on-the-job experiences and students can work with professionals in their career field.
To participate in the College Student Internship Program (CSIP), the undergraduate student must be enrolled at least one semester or quarter prior to the submission of the application; be currently enrolled and in good standing at an accredited college, university, trade/vocational school, or business school that offers a degree, diploma, or certificate at the time your application is submitted; undergraduate students must maintain a "C" average or above under the system of grading used by the institution; official school documentation is requested. Graduate students must maintain a "B" average or above under the system of grading used by the institution; official school documentation is requested. College seniors must be enrolled in a graduate program beginning in the fall. Proof of enrollment (letter of acceptance) will be required if accepted into this program; and a participant must provide evidence each semester that he or she is currently enrolled in and attending a college, university, trade/vocational school, or business school.