This field-based service learning experience is coordinated in a community health setting and is arranged by health faculty in concert with students. Students will attend 12 hours of in-class orientation, and 78 contact hours (approximately 6 hours per week for 12 weeks) in the field. Students experience first-hand the practices of health education in a variety of settings, including schools, worksites, health care and community settings. Students will plan and administer health education strategies, interventions and programs, serve as a health education resource person, and communicate and advocate for health and health education in accordance with generally accepted discipline standards. Enrollment Requirements: HEA 123 (Introduction to Community Health) or Instructor Permission.
Course fee of $12
Pathway: Belonging & Marginalization
Offered Every Semester