CD4230 - Childhood Studies Internship
Credits: 3 - 12
This course is repeatable.
The Childhood Studies Internship is a supervised experience in an approved setting that provides services for school-aged children outside of a school classroom. Such settings could include recreational, therapeutic, educational and human service programs that align with students’ career goals and interests. In the Internship, students apply knowledge and skills learned in coursework and engage in self-assessment, the design of a learning contract, reflection and assessment by their supervisor. Planning for the Internship should begin early in the student’s program; enrollment for internships must be completed during the first 2 weeks of the semester. With permission.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.