Extensive supervised fieldwork experience, providing in-depth practical learning experiences via immersion in a human service or restorative justice agency. Interns will work as professionals, contribute to and evaluate the agency in which they work, and apply theory in practice. Participation requirements: 400 on-site or direct-contact hours and 10 three-hour seminar meetings. All course work must be completed prior to registering for HSJ455, except HSJ495, which is a corequisite. A current card validating successful completion of B.C.L.S./C.P.R. is required. Completion of a standard basic health appraisal clearance may also be required by the placement site.
6 Credits: 2 Lecture, 20 Internship