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Research & Travel Awards
Students working on research projects can apply for funds to assist with scholarly research travel as well as travel to professional conferences. More info at CSURF.
For our Current Students:
RECREATION, SPORT LEADERSHIP AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT
All students earning a degree in Recreation, Sport Leadership and Tourism management must complete an internship. The internship is a 12 credit hour experience and is the capstone course for the major. Students must work a minimum of 40 hours a week for 12 consecutive weeks at an approved site in the industry performing management tasks. Click on the links below for detailed information about the internship.
Recreation, Sport Leadership and Tourism Management Internship Manual (PDF)
Recreation, Sport Leadership and Tourism Management Internship Agency Listing (PDF)
"A How To Guide for Agencies and Businesses considering hosting an Intern" (PDF)
INTERNSHIP NOTE: Placement approval is contingent upon certification status of site supervisor. Agency renewals are required every five (5) years. Consult with faculty coordinator of internships to determine the current status of the agencies you select.