Engaged learning opportunities at UVU are endless. As emergency service professionals, our communities are important to us. Taking advantage of the opportunities to connect academic experience with professional and civic lives will make students better leaders.

Internships are a great opportunity for students to develop knowledge, skills, and relationships in the real-world that would be harder to accomplish in a classroom setting. An internship can help put career goals into perspective, give students the resources to accomplish those career goals, and bridge the gap between college and the professional world.

In some situations your current employment can be used for internship credit as approved. Internships are not required for the emergency services programs. With that said you cannot test out of the internship credit or get credit for previous internship hours worked.

Get outside of The Valley and study your Emergency Management emphasis and specialty overseas on  our department sponsored and organized study abroad program.

To learn more about the Jack Rabbit project collaboration The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) of the United State Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Utah Valley University at the Dugway Proving Ground.

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