Internships in Physical Therapy

Looking for more internships in Physical Therapy? Check out the most recent internship postings in Physical Therapy.

Below you'll find all of the companies that we've covered that may offer internships in Physical Therapy. You can also look at entry level jobs in Physical Therapy.

The Fit Pit

by on July 1, 2009

The Fit Pit Logo

I was a chubby kid. Even though I enjoyed sports, exercise just wasn’t something that I was interested in. If I had been a part of something like New York City’s The Fit Pit, maybe it wouldn’t have taken me until my Senior year in high school to get into decent shape. The Fit Pit “is an award-winning youth health fitness company which runs ‘Superhero Academy,’ an innovative, incentive-based fitness program for children, utilizing a superhero ranking system.” Personal trainers for kids may sound a little ridiculous, but if we can beat childhood obesity, we’ll be well on our way to solving many of the health issues that currently plague adults. Now, there have been gyms for kids before, but what makes The Fit Pit stand out (besides the superhero theme) is that they offer “a strong educational backdrop” that teaches kids the basics about fitness and nutrition.

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Shriners Hospitals for Children Logo

We hope you had a safe Independence Day. Unfortunately, every year people get hurt during the celebration. Fireworks are a lot of fun, but they can result in some really nasty burns and injuries. Since we encouraged you to blow stuff up yesterday, we thought we’d counter that by featuring a non-profit organization that helps children who endure severe burns. The Shriners Hospitals for Children do exactly that. Who are Shriners? They wear funny hats. They drive little cars in parades. They’re Freemasons. And most importantly, they help kids through their hospitals. That’s going to be our focus today, since college students likely aren’t that interested in being part of a fraternal organization that seems like it has an average age north of 60. Then again, you probably got all hot and bothered about your college’s greek organizations and secret societies.

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Easter Seals

by on March 23, 2008

Easter Seals Logo

We’re going to keep it short today, because we have an Easter Egg Hunt to attend to. As we search for the golden egg, you can go hunting for that perfect internship. One place to look is an obvious choice for today, Easter Seals, which is a non-profit organization that “provides exceptional services to ensure that people living with autism and other disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play.” Started as the National Society for Crippled Children, Easter Seals is an organization that has adapted to the changing needs of people with disabilities over time. The one constant has been a focus on resurrection and new life for the people whom Easter Seals helps.

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