CHST 493. Internship in Childhood Studies

The internship is the culminating experience in the professional preparation for students majoring in Childhood Studies.  The internship is a supervised learning experience in an approved setting.  The internship will involve students in working with professionals in the field.  The internship is designed by the student in collaboration with his/her adviser, the department chair and the Director of Field Services.  Possible internship sites include museums, hospitals, camps, social service agencies, children's homes, crisis intervention services, schools (in non-classroom teaching settings) and community correctional programs.  The student will design and implement a project to complete during the internship in collaboration with the site and university supervisor. Co-requisite: SPED 460.  The internship requires a minimum of 75 hours field experience.
Offered: Fall, Spring
Credits: 3
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