Students will study and learn about public health systems focusing primarily on environmental and occupational health (EH/OH) in a variety of settings including the World Health Organization, International Labor Organization, private industrial companies, academic institutions and governmental and non-governmental organizations. Students will learn from BYU faculty but also from EH/OH professionals in Switzerland and see how the local systems function in this developed country. Students will apply the skills and knowledge attained and immerse themselves in the manufacturing culture of the country as they observe and conduct EH/OH assessments. Students will experience the difference of culture, laws, and health between the U.S. and Switzerland. Switzerland is a bastion of EH/OH systems including the making of international laws and guidelines, utilizing industry best practices for EH/OH and for overall community and worker health. By being at the proposed location, students will observe and practice firsthand the standard practices of EH/OH along with the best practices learned at the settings mentioned. This internship will appeal to students who are passionate about international health and how it functions, want to experience the Swiss culture and desire to explore the stunning natural beauty of Switzerland.