The primary mission of the RHS undergraduate program is to train students to become human services professionals providing a variety of psychosocial and rehabilitation-related services to a wide range of clients, including people with disabilities. Rehabilitation and human services, as defined by The Pennsylvania State University program, is applicable to a wide range of clients.
Students will complete a 480-hour (12 credit) internship at a facility, agency, or other employment setting consistent with their professional goals and interests.
In order to apply for an internship, students must have met the following criteria:
- 105 credits (senior status)
- 2.0 GPA or better
- “C” or better in ALL RHS classes
*Students should meet with their advisor to determine whether they are eligible for an internship!*
Informational Meeting - Spring 2023 and Summer 2023 Interns
An informational meeting for Spring interns was held via Zoom on February 7, 2023
See video of RHS Internship Meeting from February 7, 2023.