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KINE 495 Guidelines and Forms
You must be in your last semester of the degree to be eligible for KINE 495 Internship. Having most of your major coursework completed helps ensure you are adequately prepared for this important experience.
If you meet the eligibility criteria above and would like to register for KINE 495, you must apply for a permission number
Requirements for the Internship
You are expected to:
- locate an internship site willing to supervise you either from our database or one that you locate yourself. If the site is not on our list you must complete this online form
- complete 90 total contact hours at your internship site
- submit journal entries following every 12 hours that describe what you're doing, what you're learning, and a reflection on the experience
- complete a final project agreed upon by your site and faculty supervisors before you begin
- submit a signed timesheet and student evaluation completed by the site supervisor
Print each of these forms and complete as indicated below.
"Site Supervisor" refers to the person who will be supervising you at your actual internship site.
"Faculty Supervisor" refers to the Kinesiology faculty member with whom you register for KINE 495.
To be completed prior to beginning internship
- Student Service Learning Plan (online form), Office of Community Service Learning (critical for risk management purposes)
- Informed Consent (student signs and returns to the internship instructor)
- Guidelines and Limitations (site supervisor signs, student signs, returns to internship instructor)