Brooks IHL Clinical Student Internship Program
The Brooks Clinical Student Internship program provides mentoring and patient based learning opportunities to PT/PTA, OT/OTA, SLP, Exercise Physiology, Recreational Therapy, and Case Management students. Depending on discipline, students can complete an internship at one of the Brooks Rehabilitation 30 outpatient clinics, in the 157 bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital, the Bartram Park Center for Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Aging Services, in the Neuro Recovery Center, the Brooks University Crossing Skilled Nursing Facility, or within Brooks Rehabiliation's Community Health Programs. To view a map of the Brooks Rehabilitation sites, please visit www.BrooksRehab.org.
Brooks offers many specialties that students can experience to better prepare them for graduation. Upon graduation, many clinical student interns have been accepted to one of the six Brooks IHL Residency Programs, while others are gainfully employed by Brooks Rehabilitation.
- PHYSICAL THERAPY & OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
- SPEECH THERAPY
- RECREATIONAL THERAPY
- EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH
- MUSIC THERAPY
Brooks does not provide housing for interns and has limited information regarding potential student housing opportunities. For information on housing or other questions regarding the local community associated with your specific internship site please contact Dale Muse at Dale.Muse@brooksrehab.org
Non-clinical internship opportunities are available within Brooks. If interested in a non-clinical internship please contact Brooks Human Resources.
Brooks IHL Student Program Staff
Bob Rowe, PT, DPT, DMT, MHS, FAAOMPT
Executive Director, Brooks Institute of Higher Learning
McKenzie Kelly, MHA, CSSGB
Manager, Brooks Institute of Higher Learning
Education Coordinator, Brooks Institute of Higher Learning