All information below relates only to Community
Health Education Internships.Dr. Wengert will distribute comparable material for
those participating in Student Teaching Internships.
Students on disciplinary or academic probation are NOT permitted to participate in a community health internship.
Students anticipating an internship must attend a Community Health Preinternship Meeting.
Preinternship Meetings :
To participate in the pre-internship meeting, students must:
Meet with their faculty advisor to obtain and review their Department Progress Report (DPR).
Confirm via email – in advance of the session in which they will participate – the specific meeting to be attended. RSVPs should be directed to Dr. Kathy Gould (410-704-5937 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bring with them to the meeting their Department Progress Report (DPR) and a note from their faculty advisor (preferably written directly on the DPR) establishing that the student is eligible for internship upon completion of courses in which s/he is currently enrolled
Review the list of internship sites available online at the Department website before the preinternship meeting.
Students who do not fulfill requirements will not be guaranteed internship placement for the term requested.
NOTE: Students who are "Dual" concentrations, who intend on being placed in the community health setting for half of the semester, MUST also bring evidence of successful passing of the PRAXIS I or evidence of PRAXIS I waiver based on SAT scores to the pre-internship meeting.
* Faculty are responsible for planning, developing, and implementing curriculum for programs of study that are reflective of the needs
of the field and the certifying and accrediting bodies of our disciplines. The Community Health Internships are part of the curriculum
in the majors. The sites that participate in these Internships have been reviewed and approved for inclusion in our curriculum by the Community Health Internship Coordinator of the Department of Health Science.
All sites must sign a Letter of Agreement with the Department of Health Science, a legal document that stipulates how the Internship Site will be providing an educationally appropriate setting for our students. This document can only be signed by University officials.
Students are not legally allowed to enter into negotiations with potential internship sites.
Calendar of Events for Fall 2014 Prospective Interns
*NOTE: All due dates are "no later than". Early reply/submission is encouraged
Wednesday, February 12
Linthicum Hall Room 102
Friday, February 14
Linthicum Hall Room 105
Monday, February 17 (by noon)
Site request form due to Dr. Gould
Friday, February 28
Mandatory individual 15-minute meetings to discuss placement choices
Friday, March 7 (by 5:00 p.m.)
Dr.Gould will contact (by email) prospective interns to inform them of tentative placement
Monday, March 10 (by noon)
Deadline to request agency changes
Monday, March 24 (by noon)
Cover letter and résumé (submitted by email)
due to Dr. Gould
Friday, April 4(by 5:00 p.m.)
Dr. Gould authorizes (by email) contact for interview
Friday, April 4 - Friday, April 18
Students arrange and hold interviews
Friday, April 25 (by noon)
Completed Internship Agreement Form due to Dr. Gould
Students will receive permits for
registration from the internship coordinator only after completing their Internship Interview form
Monday ,May 12
Prospective intern informs Dr. Gould of academic problems
Students who fail courses at this point in the internship placement process will receive additional
academic review by the Department Chairperson. Depending upon the outcome of that review, the
student may be prohibited from registering for an internship for the intended semester.
Date to be determined
Department of Health Science
Linthicum Hall, Room 101