In February 2018 the Bloustein School’s Undergraduate Internship Program was recognized for being a Robert Wood Johnson Hospital Community Partner. Professors Ann Marie Hill and Kamila Pavezzi, directors of the program, and several Bloustein School interns were on hand to accept the award.
The goal of Bloustein School’s internship program is to educate young adults and provide opportunities for gaining practical real-world experience by recognizing the importance of each student as an individual and by collaborating with partners to strengthen the community.
The Bloustein School and RWJ have worked together for six years, providing learning opportunities to numerous young adults, helping them to grow, mature, and be exposed to many different and worthwhile experiences. Through this relationship, Bloustein School students have educated thousands of Central New Jersey parents and children to raise awareness of childhood injuries through the Trauma & Injury Prevention TEAM, from the importance of booster seats to preventing sports injuries and drowning. The students leave RWJ and the Bloustein School. with vital information that will last them throughout their lifetime.