Student Internships at OSP?
Are you interested in becoming a student intern at Ohio State Penitentiary?
intern for the purpose of this Department is defined as a college or university student
participating in a short-term, supervised educational work experience which
produces a mutually beneficial work product.
student must at least eighteen (18) years of age and currently enrolled in a
college or university accredited by the Ohio Board of Regents; outside
of Ohio must be accredited by one (1) of the six (6) regional accrediting
agencies; must not be on any form
of probation, parole or released from supervision within six months.
The first step is to submit a letter of approval
from their academic or college advisor outlining the purpose, length and number
of hours required for the internship.
Once the approval letter is received, complete an
Intern application and release of information to have a background
completed. For general non-clinical
internships, the student may print a Volunteer/Intern application on http://www.drc.ohio.gov/volunteers. Completed applications may be sent to GCI
Internship Coordinator/Unit Management Chief.
The Bureau of Behavioral Health Services (BOBHS) has internships for
students pursuing degrees in psychology, social work, and counseling. All
requests for internship positions in the BOBHS can be submitted electronically
by visiting http://www.drc.ohio.gov/internships. For additional
information please contact the BOBHS Training and Education Manager at
The Bureau of Medical Services (BOMS) has such specialized
internships for students: physician, physician assistant, nursing as a licensed
practical nurse, registered nurse, Bachelor degree, Master of Nursing degree,
Doctoral of Nursing degree, medical assistant, phlebotomist, dietician, and
dietary technician. All requests for internship positions in the BOMS shall be
made directly to the BOMS Medical Education Manager at 614-752-1707.