The School of Community Health Sciences is dedicated to success of our students, academically, socially and professionally. Learn about the various student-driven opportunities, including internships, organizations, scholarships, research and job openings below.
School of Community Health Sciences students are required to complete an internship/Field Study to earn their degree. Learn about internship requirements for both undergraduate and graduate students, find internship opportunities and more.
The School of Community Health Sciences supports the vision of a Global Nevada. In collaboration with the School of Community Health Sciences, the Nevada Public Health Training Center offers international fieldwork programs, research opportunities, and global engagement efforts that provide hands-on training experiences for students.
The School of Community Health Sciences support student-led organizations at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Learn more about these organizations, their missions, activities and how to join.
The School of Community Health Sciences supports student research at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Learn about the scholarship students have produced, from journal publications to industry conference presentations and more.
The School of Community Health Sciences endeavors to prepare students for successful professional careers after graduation. Learn about job opportunities across the public and community health industries.
The School of Community Health Sciences offers a range of scholarships to qualified undergraduate and graduate students. Learn more about these scholarship opportunities today.