The Brooks Institute of Higher Learning is an excellent site to complete your capstone project and advance your knowledge and skills in the areas of advanced clinical practice skills, scholarship, administration, leadership, advocacy, program and policy development, education, or theory development. We will work with you to understand your goals and objectives in order to ensure you are placed in the right setting and partnered with a mentor who will help you develop a high quality scholarly product according to your area of interest.
The request for a clinical student internship placement should come from your university’s Director of Clinical Education, Academic Coordinator, or Fieldwork Coordinator. Please ask them to email requests to the Brooks IHL at email@example.com. When an affiliation between the Brooks Rehabilitation and an Academic Institution is in place, the process of placing a student within Brooks Rehabilitation will begin. Approximately 4-6 weeks prior to the start of your placement you will receive an email containing directions for the onboarding process. Should students with a confirmed placement have any questions that need to be answered prior to the receipt of this email, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Brooks Rehabilitation does not provide housing or financial compensation.
Hour Requirements for Students
14 weeks, 560 hours
This is consistent with a 40-hour work week. No more than 20% of the 560 hours can be spent off-site. Time spent off-site can include research, writing and independent study (ACOTE, 2018).
Benefits of Becoming a Capstone Mentor
Requirements for a capstone mentor:
“Expertise consistent with the student’s area of focus prior to the onset of the doctoral capstone experience.” ACOTE, 2018.