Family Internship Program
Students in the Family Support or Lifespan Development concentration who wish to complete the Family Internship must apply during the spring semester of their junior year. Applicants must have completed 20 credits of departmental coursework prior to their senior year, with a minimum overall grade-point average of 3.0 and a departmental grade-point average of 3.2 or higher. Students who are accepted into the internship work both semesters of their senior year in a selected community program, for a minimum of sixteen hours per week. They also complete an affiliated seminar, HDFS 792, which meets fall and spring semester for three hours every other week. Credit hours from the internship (HDFS 782) and the affiliated seminar count toward the 20 hours of supporting courses required for the Human Development and Family Studies major.
Learn more about the Family Studies Internships:
For more information, contact Dr. Tyler Jamison
Family Studies Program Coordinator, at 603-862-5587 or via
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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