The Health Promotion department employs as many as two student interns each semester. There are opportunities to work for a single semester or the academic year. Any student interested in being employed as a Health Promotion intern should contact the Health Educator at 994-5497.
The Health Promotion research internship provides opportunities for a student to participate in hands-on research and develop interactive and passive programming based on their research. This student intern also assists in the development and the facilitation of the large scale programs (Midnight Mania and Bobcat Challenge) the Health Promotion department sponsors each year.
The Health Promotion programming internship provides opportunities for students to participate in passive and active programming campus wide on a wide range of campus and community issues. The primary focus of this position is to assist the Health Educator with the development and the facilitation of the large scale programs (Midnight Mania and Bobcat Challenge) the Health Promotion department sponsors each year. In addition, the Health Promotion programming intern will lead the MSU Alternatives Committee and work collaboratively with other campus resources to develop new programs to be facilitated in the residence halls and on campus. These new programs include but are not limited to sexual health, alcohol, and tobacco use.