The goal of the Bloustein School’s Undergraduate Internship Program is to create opportunities for students in the public health, health administration, planning and public policy, and policy majors to deliver administrative services and gain practical real-world experience. The internship program allows students to develop a major project under the guidance of a supervisor, and also connects students with professionals in their fields of study.
Information Sheets for Students
Internship Supervisor Requirements
- Possess a master’s degree; or a BS/BA with a minimum of three years of field experience
- Supervise and instruct a student by providing challenging work assignments
- Ensure a safe work environment
- Supervise a minimum of 225 hours of work for a 6 credit course or 125 hours for a 3 credit course
See these preceptor resources for more information on the assignments.
U.S. Department of Labor Internship Guidelines
Rutgers University and the Bloustein School comply with all U.S. Department of Labor regulations (Fact Sheet #71), which include the following conditions:
- The intern is not an employee
- The intern is not guaranteed a full-time position at the conclusion of the internship
- The internship is unpaid
- Work performed is central to the intern’s course of study
- The intern receives academic credit
- Objectives are clearly identified