Marquis Companies has provided Health Management and Policy and Health Promotion and Health Behavior internships for Oregon State Public Health students for over ten years. With several facilities in the Portland Metro area, Marquis Companies continues to be a strong partner for internships that often lead to employment after graduation. Visit Marquis Internships for more information.
H410 is a full time internship experience in a public health setting which can include government agencies, nonprofit community organizations, clinics, and hospitals.
Please note: Internships cannot be done in Massachusetts.
It is the responsibility of the student to find an internship, students are not placed at internship sites. Please see the following resources that are beneficial with finding an Internship.
All forms can be found at the end of the Internship Handbook.
If you want to take H410, Forms A1 and A2 must be submitted by 11:59pm the Monday of finals week before the term you want to do your internship to get an override. You have up until the first week of the term to register for H410. You cannot count any internship hours until you are registered.
|I want to take H410 in:||The Forms A1 and A2 must be submitted by:|
|Winter 2018||11:59pm PST, December 4th , 2017|
|Spring 2018||11:59pm PST, March 19th, 2018|
|Summer 2018||11:59pm PST, June 11th, 2018 to get approval to register for Summer Session 1 (Sessions 4 and 5 are only for those who are taking H407 this summer)|
|Fall 2018||11:59pm PST, September 7th, 2018, this is extended due to the Labor Day holiday|
If you are interested in doing an International Internship, please click here to contact the IE3 office and please note they have their own application process, and below are their due dates:
IE3 scholarship application deadlines are 2 weeks after the IE3 application deadlines (listed below).
|Term||IE3 Application Deadline:|
Have a question? Be sure to look through the H410 FAQ first.
Interns have a lot to contribute to the organizations in which they work. For an in-depth explanation of the intern/preceptor relationship, as well as option specific examples for preceptors please refer to our Information for Preceptors page