EPH Photo Gallery
The hands-on learning component of the EPH program starts well before the first day of your health department internship. Multiple hands-on activities, field trips, and outdoor demonstrations are incorporated into the 8-week course to help students connect what they learn in the classroom to what they will experience in the field.
Whether it’s analyzing soil samples in the soil pits, touring a wastewater facility, trying on a hazmat suit, or learning how to spot poison ivy, EPH students are provided with valuable opportunities to practice what they’ve been taught – and have fun doing it!
Browse the photos below for a sneak peek into what you’ll experience — beyond the classroom — if you participate in the EPH course.
EPH Video Playlist
Trying to determine whether the EPH course is the right fit for your future career goals? Watch the videos in this playlist to learn more about this course, the REHS license, and what it’s like to be a student in our program. If you still have questions or just want to talk to us about your opportunities here at Rutgers, you can contact Program Coordinator Amy Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org or 848-932-7649.