Student Internship Updates: Spring 2019 

Internship Updates: Spring 2019 

This information pertains to anyone planning to do an internship (198, 285) or fieldwork course ( 280). You can register for 1, 2, or 3 units for Spring 2019 and/or Summer 2019. The deadline for paperwork is:
Spring 2019 Semester: Monday, February 4th, 4pm
Summer 2019 Session: Tuesday, May 14th, 4pm
The internship page on the KIN website contains the information you need regarding deadlines, internship specifications form, link to online enrollment form, sample syllabus and general information:
Please read through that information. The process has changed. There are no hard copies of forms to turn in to the KIN office. Materials now get submitted through an online enrollment form. The link is on the KIN internships page.
A reminder, with no exceptions, a University-Organization Agreement (UOA) is required for each internship site. Look here first to see if a UOA already exists between the site you want to intern at and SJSU:
If your site has not started the online application for a UOA, please ask your site manager/owner to use the URL below to begin the process of getting a UOA.  Note the UOA is a legal document and needs to be completed by a person at your site who has the legal authority to enter into a contract with SJSU.  For example, an owner/manager, President, Principal.
Ask your site supervisor to let you know when the online registration of their site is done.
Complete the internship/fieldwork specifications form in consultation with your site supervisor then scan the form for subsequent upload when you complete the KIN enrollment form. The internship mgr will review the information and specifications form submitted with the KIN online enrollment form and assuming all information is complete and correct. She will email you information needed to add.
Please contact below you have any questions.
Dr. Shifflett
Internship Manager
SJSU Kinesiology Department

Timpany Center is Seeking Interns!

Timpany Center is seeking energetic, responsible interns to expand our team. Interns will learn the ins-and-outs of our daily routines and procedures. They will focus on learning client care, time management, curriculum design, facility management, along with many other career developing skills.  The Timpany Center is a partnership between the SJSU Kinesiology Department and Santa Clara County. This is an unpaid internship experience.

Applications are posted at and are due before February 8, late applications will not be accepted.  They can be email to or delivered in person to 730 Empey Way, SJ 95128.

Frist Aid/CPR Classes at Timpany Center
730 Empey Way
San Jose, CA 95128
Tuesday, February 5th 5p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday, February 6th 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Through lecture and hands on practice, you will be able to respond confidently to emergency situations. Skills and topics include: Adult, Child, Infant CPR and AED use, Adult, Child and Infant Choking, Bleeding Control, Bandaging and Splinting, Cold and Heat related emergencies, how to use the epinephrine injector and much more! This is a 2 year certification provided by EMS Safety Services.

Important Info: Undergraduate AT Program Applications

A reminder to all students:

Only students that have been continuously enrolled since Fall 2017 or prior (as Frosh or transfers) will have the option to apply through the secondary (department level) application process. This application process is not a guarantee that you will be admitted to the program since the secondary application is competitive and space is limited.

There will be one final cohort admitted to the ATP program via the secondary application process:  Fall 2019 with applications for admission due in April 2019.

You must have all the prerequisites completed (or are enrolled in prerequisite classes in the semester that you will apply) in order to be eligible.

Please contact Dr. KyungMo HanProgram Director, with any questions.


There are still plenty of seats available in KIN188 and KIN189 – both of which are prerequisites for the ATP application. This will be your last opportunity to apply to the undergraduate AT program contact Dr. Han with any questions.