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To be considered eligible for the ISDH Public Health Practicum/Internship program, the applicant must be currently enrolled in a field of study that is relevant to the internship and be working towards a graduate or postgraduate degree. Applicants who graduate after starting the program may continue through their approved internship ending date.
To apply for an available internship, the student must submit:
Once a student has been interviewed and is accepted the following documents and an orientation are required in order for the student to begin work.
1. Student Intern Work Plan Agreement
2. An Applicant Disclosure and Release (Background Check)
3. Credential and Access Form (Only to be completed if intern will be in the building often)
4. Code of Ethics
*Students are required to complete an orientation their first day. It is important that this is arranged in advanced. Orientation is broken down into two parts: HIPAA/Policies and Safety. A set block of time has been set aside for Monday's from 1:30-3 to review Safety Orientation. HIPAA/Policies are normally scheduled 30-45 minutes prior to Safety Orientation. If this time conflicts with the student's schedule other accommodations are made.
In order to better serve our students, and build upon the internship experience here at ISDH, the Office of Public Health Performance Management request that all interns complete an exit survey once they have completed their internship experience. This form will not affect the students review for their course and will only be used internally to build upon the internship program. All temporary ID's and electronics should be returned to ISDH.