KIN 410 Kinesiology Internship

In general, an Internship is thought of as a program which "bridges the gap" between the academic environment and a future work environment.

Many employers prefer students who have previous work experience and the Internship provides that.

Students that participate in an Internship are generally more confident and more qualified when seeking future employment.

 

Orientation videos

The Kinesiology Experiential Learning Internship Orientation videos represent a brief introduction and orientation to completing the Experiential Learning credit requirements for your degree in Kinesiology. Please watch each video, take notes, and then reach out the experiential learning coordinator with questions.

 

Specific internship objectives include

  • To provide intensive field experience allowing for hands-on application of academic theories and principles.
  • To receive an introduction to an organization within the Kinesiology field to gain a better understanding of its design and structure.
  • To develop an understanding of an organization's various management and technical skills, the communications techniques and the decision-making processes.
  • To apply what was learned during coursework (theory, skill development, professionalism) to the working world.
  • To allow the Intern to assume responsibilities of a non-Intern staff member and be able to function with a minimum of supervision.
  • To help the student make better Kinesiology career choices in the future.
  • To allow the student to prepare for their future non-Internship job by seeking potential places of employment, practicing resume and cover letter preparation, gaining references, and interviewing if applicable.

 

Prerequisites for enrollment in KIN 410

  1. Major in Kinesiology
  2. Completion of Pre-Internship Seminar KIN 307 (offered Fall and Spring only)
  3. KIN Cumulative GPA 2.5
  4. Completion of all degree required coursework
  5. Department internship supervisor’s approval of Internship placement
  6. KIN 410 registration forms complete and submitted (placement secured) by 5pm on Friday of Week 8 - the TERM PRIOR to beginning internship.

Application dates for KIN 410

NEW! 2022-23 Application Dates

Summer Term 2022

Application opens Friday of week one

April 2, 2022

Application closes Friday of week eight

May 20, 2022

Fall Term 2022

Application opens Friday of week one

June 24, 2022

Application closes Friday of week eight

August 12, 2022

Winter Term 2023

Application opens Friday of week one

September 30, 2022

Application closes Friday of week eight

November 18, 2022

Spring Term 2023

Application opens Friday of week one

January 13, 2023

Application closes Friday of week eight

March 03, 2023

Summer Term 2023

Application opens Friday of week one

April 7, 2023

Application closes Friday of week eight

May 26, 2023

Fall Term 2023

Application opens Friday of week one

June 30, 2023

Application closes Friday of week eight

August 18, 2023

How to register

How to register for KIN 410 (and obtain registration forms)

   Start application

 

NOTE: To be considered for KIN 410 students are required to take KIN 307.