"This internship has been one of my most valuable experiences as an FAU owl. Not only did I gain the experience of utilizing health promotion theories to create an informational workshop, but I also gained mentors and a support system I know I can rely on for future advice and endeavors."
The Owls Care Internship Program is specifically designed for undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing a career in the Health Promotion field. This PAID internship program gives participants direct experience in a higher education setting, and prepares them for future employment.
Interns participate in a set curriculum, which offers an opportunity to get hands on experience in program planning, implementation and evaluation. A broad range of college health topics are covered, including: Sexual Health and Wellbeing; Healthy Lifestyle; Emotional and Mental Wellness; Healthy Relationships; and Substance Safety.
In addition to the established internship program, students will complete the Certified Peer Educator (CPE) training, a student leadership and empowerment training for peer educators. This certification is an excellent resume builder and gives you the tools and skills to effectively educate your peers on a variety of important health-related topics.
For more details, click on the application link below.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, and qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.
Check out the FAU Career Center internship page for more details.