Internship experiences offer students an opportunity to see how classroom experiences integrate into the real world environment. 

Internships undertaken by Health & Exercise Physiology majors have included the following locations:

and many others, please see previous internship sites for a more complete listing.  

Students wishing to gain clinical sports medicine experience may work as “first responders” under the direct supervision  of  our professional athletic training staff.

Students interested in internship opportunities should connect with their advisor.   Career and Professional Development should also be contacted.  See FINDING AN INTERNSHIP for additional information and listings of prior internship locations.

How did your internship experience differ from your class experience?


Student Internship Highlights

Health and Exercise Physiology major Chris Barrett, UC ’18 is interning at The Cage Performance Center in Phoenixville, PA as an assistant sports performance trainer. “My responsibilities include performance training, assistance in managing the gym, and assisting in the organization of group classes and one-on-one sessions.”


Kaci Mc Neave Kaci McNeave, UC ’19, at Evolution Sports Physiotherapy in Cockeysville, MD. Kaci tells us, “As a Health and Exercise Physiology major as well as a two-sport athlete, I looked for a place that practiced physical therapy in new and advanced ways. Evolution Sports combines physical therapy with strength and conditioning. I was able to observe and even experience new and super cool treatments like thoracic manipulations, dry needling, needling with electrostimulation, as well as cupping.”

Internship Profile

  • Profile of Matt Bull
    Houston Astros, Houston, TX
    Health & Exercise Physiology
  • Profile of Meaghan Corbin
    Sierra Pacific Orthopedics Center, Fresno, California
    Health and Exercise Physiology
  • Profile of Ariel Danziger
    Physical Therapy and Wellness Institute, Norristown, PA
    Health & Exercise Physiology