Credit Hour Policy and Documents
- Planetarium Internship [Description]
- Sample Internship Schedule
- Intern Sign-In Sheet
- Planetarium Staff Handbook
Business 400. Internship. 3 cr. Supervised on-the-job experience in the business community. Comprehensive report by students, meeting with faculty advisor, and performance evaluation from employer required. Pre: Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00; compatibility with career interests; pre-approved job placement and internship contract and instructor's consent.
- Internship Manual. Includes student contract showing time commitment, student responsibilities, and agency responsibilities (Learning Contract, Appendix B)
Marine Science 480. The Marine Science Senior Internship aims to complement the student’s field of study with practical, hands-on experience in a professional setting by developing a series of learning objectives before embarking on the internship, and then compiling supporting evidence and documentation from their work to demonstrate their progress towards those objectives. The course is writing intensive, and involves an oral presentation and written final report debriefing the internship experience. Students are expected to work 165 hours (approximately 15 hours per week for 11-13 weeks to meet the time requirement of the internship, or the work may be condensed into a shorter period), and some of the time commitment may involve work on ancillary projects that enhance and expand the actual internship experience. During the fall semester, coursework associated with the internship focuses on the development of skills and strategies for launching a successful career in marine science; for example, resume and grant writing skills, interview and other communication skills, and workplace ethics.
- MARE 480 Course Description
- MARE 480 Syllabus
- MARE 480 Internship Requirements
- MARE 480 Internship Agreement Form
Pacific Islands Program for Exploring Science (PIPES). Includes the UH Hawaiian Internship Program (UH-HIP), the The Micronesia and American Samoa Student Internship Program (MASSIP), and the Research Experience for Undergraduates: Tropical Conservation Science (REU). Contact Sharon Ziegler-Chong, Director; email firstname.lastname@example.org
- PIPES Directed Research Template
- Sample MOA with External Agency
- Mentor Agreement Form
- Intern Agreement Form
- POLS 391 Internship (3-12 cr): Application of knowledge and skills in a public, private, or government agency/setting. A total of 15 credits of POLS 391 and POLS 481 may be applied to the POLS major. Pre: instructor's consent, preapproved placement, statement of learning objectives, and completed internship contract
- POLS 481 Government Internship (3-15 cr) Juniors and seniors may apply for an internship with the Hawaiʻi County Council or, in the Spring, with the Hawaiʻi State Legislature. Legislative interns receive 15 semester hours of credit and a stipend. May be repeated once for credit, but no more than 15 credits of POLS 481 and/or POLS/SOC 391 shall apply to the major. Pre: instructor's consent.
- MA in Counseling Psychology. Contact Dr. Bryan Kim, Professor of Psychology, email@example.com, (808) 932-7090.
- Counseling Psychology Program Handbook 2013-2014
- UH Hilo Memorandum of Understanding Template
- Practicum-Internship Evaluation Form
- PSY 659 Internship (9cr) Supervised clinical experience in community practice counseling settings, including 260 hours of supervised client contact. Pre: PSY 640 and instructor's consent.
- PSY 640 (6cr) Practicum. Supervised experience in a counseling setting, including 40 hours of supervised client contact. Repeatable if different field placement. Pre: PSY 602, 603 and instructor’s consent.
- Undergraduate Internships
- PSY 445 Practicum on Psychology. 3 cr. Supervised experience in human service, mental health and other community agencies in the local community. Pre: 12 semester hours in Psychology and instructor's consent.
Sociology 391 (3-12cr). Application of knowledge and skills in a public, private, or government agency/setting. May be taken for at total of 12 credits, only six of which can apply to the Sociology major or three to the minor. Pre: instructors consent, preapproved placement, statement of learning objectives, and completed internship contract. Contact Dr. Thom Curtis, Professor of Sociology, firstname.lastname@example.org, (808) 932-7120.