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stephks@arizona.edu
Phone
520-626-8142
Office
Harvill 239C
Springer, Stephanie K
Internship Director and Principal Lecturer
Internship Council Fellow, Student Engagement & Career Development
Principal Lecturer, Department of Health Promotion Sciences

Stephanie Springer is the Internship Director and a Principal Lecturer in the Department of Public & Applied Humanities. Since 2014, she has supported over 1800 University of Arizona students as they searched for, secured, and completed internships, locally and globally. In addition to engaging students in career discovery through skill-building Applied Humanities core courses, Stephanie also enjoys teaching general education coursework. 

Stephanie is a UA alum, holding a master’s degree in Public Health and graduate certificates in College Teaching and Geographic Information Science. As an undergraduate student, she double majored in Speech Communication and Anthropology at Kansas State University, and also studied in Prague at Univerzita Karlova.

Currently Teaching

PAH 383 – Pre-Internship: Building Career Readiness

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to search for, secure, participate in, and reflect on an internship in their chosen profession. The course is designed to help students both prepare for and maximize the undergraduate internship experience, as well as to bolster their confidence and understanding of the job market and careers that await them upon graduating from the university.

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to search for, secure, participate in, and reflect on an internship in their chosen profession. The course is designed to help students both prepare for and maximize the undergraduate internship experience, as well as to bolster their confidence and understanding of the job market and careers that await them upon graduating from the university.

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to search for, secure, participate in, and reflect on an internship in their chosen profession. The course is designed to help students both prepare for and maximize the undergraduate internship experience, as well as to bolster their confidence and understanding of the job market and careers that await them upon graduating from the university.

PAH 493 – Internship

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

The internship consists of training and practice in an employment sector related to the students' desired career goals.

The contributions by the student intern to the partner agency are meant to be meaningful and substantive. Each 3-unit internship experience is individually designed to maximize student specific learning during the 120 contact hours. Internship activities can include completing projects or delivering services that require collaboration, research, analysis, summarizing data, writing, presenting work visually and orally, investigating, planning, organizing, problem solving, critical thinking, innovating, influencing, persuading, decision making, and networking.

The academic side of the internship course is designed to help students maximize the undergraduate internship experience. Students develop and build effective negotiation and communication skills, reflect on and analyze their current skill set, and situate their internship experience within a broader academic and professional context. To this end, assignments are practical and relevant to the course purpose, as students engage in thoughtful reflection and career planning.

PAH 493H – Honors Internship

Specialized work for University Honors students on an individual basis, consisting of training and practice in actual service in a technical, business, or governmental establishment.