Internships That Take You Places

A Wide Range of Internship Options

Internships are a pillar of a Salisbury University education. The Career Services Office calls internships “the single most important thing you can do to gain career-related experience.” Hands-on learning experiences are mandatory for some majors and strongly recommended for all.

  • Perdue School of Business students are required to have an Applied Business Learning Experience that includes a faculty-guided class and work-site internship.
  • In the Fulton School of Liberal Arts, practicums are a must for communication arts, while other majors have worked with elected officials and in global conflict resolution. 
  • College of Health and Human Services students train at regional hospitals and through other field placements. 
  • Henson School of Science and Technology students have interned with the National Institutes of Health and joined surgeons for global medical missions. 
  • The Seidel School of Education provides classroom experience through its national award-winning Professional Development School network.
This is just a sampling of the many internship opportunities available to SU students.

Grad Student Interns at NSCA Headquarters


What are the limits of the human body when in performance? Can they be expanded? Strength and conditioning coaches explore these questions every day to improve the capabilities of individuals or athletic teams. Dustin Dailey, a student in SU’s Master of Science in Applied Health Physiology Program, worked as a coach at the National Strength and Conditioning Association headquarters in Colorado Springs, CO. READ MORE

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