Sports and Recreation Management
Sports & Recreation Management Internships
The internship experience can be one of the most important elements of your college education. These internship opportunities provide you with unequaled real world experience and career opportunities. Internships vary greatly in kind of work as well as location. You can participate in internships near your home, throughout the United States and internationally.
Internships are required of Sports and Recreation Management majors under faculty guidance, and reporting to an agent of a selected organization. A minimum of 200-contact-hours in the field in required just prior to or during the semester of enrollment in the Internship and Professional Development course. Most sports and recreation students fulfill their requirement during the summer before their senior year. Several students have received course substitution and academic credit up to 15 hours for interning with an organization for an entire semester or calendar year.
Study Abroad Program
Tiffin University has established several semester or year abroad programs in cooperation with Regent's College in London, England, and Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri, These programs are located on campuses in Geneva, Leiden, London and Vienna. All courses are taught in English and are accredited in the United States. For eligible students, financial aid may be available to help defray the cost of this, or any, study abroad program. International sport internship programs are also offered in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific (http://www.australearn.org/Sport_and_Recreation_Studies/ ) with opportunities to apply for financial aid.
Need More Information?
For more information, contact Carol McDannel, Director of Career Services in the Hertzer Center at CMcDanne@tiffin.edu or 419.448.3441 or 1-800-YOU-OHIO ext 3441