Internships & Scholarships in Equine Science

Internships are intended to give students the opportunity to experience work in their field of study, and to prepare them for life after graduation. It often gives students access to equipment and experiences that may not be available on Otterbein’s campus.

The faculty of the Equine Science Department at Otterbein University strongly recommends that the students take advantage of any internship opportunity made available to them. An internship may be the contact that gets your career off the ground. Many students have found that an internship can turn into a job, even before graduation. Our students have interned with Dressage Today, Interscholastic Equestrian Association, Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital, Med Vet, and Gluck Equine Research Center to name a few.

Equestrian Scholarship

New freshmen and transfer students who are admitted to Otterbein University that plan to join Otterbein’s Equestrian Team may qualify for an equestrian scholarship. Equestrians of all riding disciplines are encouraged to apply.

All Students must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA to be considered.

All applicants must complete the Equestrian Scholarship Application, provide video footage; highlighting their riding ability, and provide an equestrian/competition resume.

  • Resume should include: competition history, club memberships / offices held, awards, and equestrian trainer and/or industry professional references.

Program Contact
Kari Briggs
Austin E. Knowlton Center for Equine Science
600 N. Spring Rd, Westerville, OH 43082

Equestrian Scholarship Application

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  • Provide your USA Equestrian competition record or affiliated organizations: (USDF, USHJA, USEA, etc.)