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Internships & Employment

Student Wellness & Health Promotion offers a variety of opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to gain direct experience with our department:

Our Internship program caters to students interested in developing skills in the field of Public Health or Behavior Change. You can read a sample job description here.

Graduate Assistants assist with various wellness related projects, attends staff meetings across campus, and relates public health curricula to a higher education wellness center setting. You can read a sample job description here

We occasionally offers graduate-level practicums for public health and higher education students. These positions range based on current needs of Student Wellness & Health Promotion, and are generally unpaid positions.

If you are interested in an internship or a Graduate Assistantship please send a cover letter and resume to  

For more information about internships and employment, email us at

Last updated: 1/29/2021