Interested in Internships?
Internships are typically one-time work or service experiences involving students who have already attained considerable academic preparation related to a professional field. The internship plan generally involves advanced undergraduate students, or graduate students, working in professional settings under the supervision and monitoring of practicing professionals.
Internships are very beneficial from a learning perspective, with academic credit generally being awarded for an intern experience. To learn more about internship credit at Black Hills State University, please view our Internship Manual. Frequently internship experiences involve some type of income. There are many excellent internship opportunities available for human services students in the Northern Hills, encompassing a wide variety of specializations and interests, as well as assisting advanced students in gaining practical experience and entry into careers. If you are interested in an internship, please contact the Human Services internship coordinator, Dr. James Awbrey.
Possible Internship Opportunities:
Join a Student Organization!
The Human Services/Sociology club meets formally every other Wednesday at 3:30 PM. It organizes many events such as food and clothing drives for persons in need and movie nights for club members.