Experiential Learning is all about gaining experience that will prepare you for the world of work after graduation. It’s never too early to start exploring your options. We encourage you to consider participating in an internship! Explore our various internships options below or make an appointment with Brittany Hodges, the internships and experiential learning coordinator for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
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According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), internships by definition is "a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting."
What does that mean? Internships can be defined by the following characteristics:
Internships help to develop your professional skills. No, internships don't have to be related to your major. In fact, they can be completely opposite of your major. Regardless, the experience should help you narrow your focus of a potential career path.
Internships provide you with feedback and mentorship. Unlike a traditional job, the goal of an internship is to proactively set goals for your professional growth and understand at the end of the experience how well you achieved those goals.
Internships provide you with structure and networking connections. Most internship providers know you're there to learn and to grow as a young professional. In addition to the weekly hours and responsibilities, part of the growth process is introducing you to others in the field.
Internships teach you important skills. This is a key concept. Internships are, by design, developed for the sole purpose of educating you about the field/industry. Its a form of training that introduces you to the company without the burdens associated with a full-time position. So no, you should not be getting coffee or washing dishes all day. You should be learning about how a company is run, important values to the field, and what a potential entry-level position may look like.
Internships aren't meant to replace full-time positions. Your work as an intern is meant to complement the work of permanent employees, not replace it. You're there to learn and to train, not to provide labor at a discounted rate.
The biggest misconception for finding internships is that there's one master list with every internship listing. unfortunately, that's simply not true. Check out the various internship lists and search engines below.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact the internship coordinator at email@example.com
You can earn academic credit for an internship in two ways:
1) You can contact the department that houses your major (Political Science, English, Psychology, etc.) There is an experiential learning coordinator who handles internships and can enroll you in course credit that can count toward your major.
2) You can enroll in IDS4940, which is open to students in any major. This course counts toward your upper-division elective credits, and ranges from 1-3 credits. Each credit represents 50 work hours over the course of the semester, so 50 hours = 1 credit, 100 hours = 2 credits, and 150 hours = 3 credits. You must complete the application for Fall 2021 by 5:00 p.m. (ET) Friday, August 27, 2021.
Internships provide students with opportunities to integrate classroom knowledge, skills and methods with professional roles, responsibilities and activities in supervised settings. This web-based course is designed to complement your international internship experience through guided reflection, critical analysis, synthesis and discussion. This course is offered for academic credit, graded on a pass/fail basis, and fulfills upper division elective credit requirements.
If interested in pursuing international internship credit through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, please review and submit the IDS4940 International Application to B120international@advising.ufl.edu. We encourage you to apply early. Fall 2021 applications must be in and processed no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 27, 2021.
Company: Academic Advising Center
Position: Internal Marketing and Social Media Intern
Description: The Academic Advising Center is seeking an undergraduate student intern to engage with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ undergraduate student population through multimedia communication.
Responsibilities will include:
- Creating content and organizing campaigns for the Academic Advising Center’s social media platforms
- Designing digital marketing materials for our lobby TVs and select pages of our website
- Collaborating with the Academic Advising Center’s Communications Committee
- Weekly strategic meetings with the Beyond 120 Interns
Ideal Candidates should demonstrate initiative, creativity, professionalism, and a positive attitude.
Number of Hours Per Week: 10-15, flexible
Paid Internship: No.
Company: UF Beyond120
Position: Marketing and Social Media Intern
Description: Beyond120 is the experiential learning department in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. We seek to promote internships, global engagement, research, mentorship, excursions, and much more! We rely on interns to help spread the word about available opportunities and upcoming events.
Responsibilities may include:
- Drafting, scheduling and posting social media content on the Beyond120 Linkedin, Instagram, and Facebook pages.
- Assist Beyond120 faculty with various activities or upcoming events.
- Assist in planning Beyond120 excursions, both domestic and international.
- Work with UF and CLAS alumni during events each semester. Students must be comfortable with networking.
- Monitor social media channels and take ownership of responses to questions, comments, etc.
Number of Hours Per Week: 6-10, flexible
Paid Internship: No.
Company: Bristol Myers Squibb
Position: Drug Product Development (DPD) Summer Intern
Description: Drug Product Development works with colleagues throughout the entire development process from discovery, all the way to commercial launch. In DPD, we design and develop patient-centric drug products using innovative science and technologies. We are looking for candidates who are proven team players; appreciate the challenge of pursuing unique scientific discoveries in an emerging field, and who demonstrate solid operational, interpersonal, project management and collaborative skills. We believe this starts with our summer intern program.
Summer interns will work with a mentor for ~10 weeks on a guided research project within a DPD Project Team. The program is organized to ensure that interns gain valuable industry and functional experience, work on challenging assignments, learn about BMS and meet company representatives.
Name of Company: LanguageLine Solutions
Internship Description: Internship Work at Home Bilingual Spanish-English Video-Phone Interpreter
Job Title: Spanish Interpreter
Location: Work at Home position in US/Canada (positions may not be available in all areas) Position: Video-Phone Interpreter -
The Spanish Video-Telephone- Interpreter is responsible for handling calls on demand, and renders the meaning of conversations between Spanish and English speakers. The interpreter breaks the communication barrier in a wide range of industries that LanguageLine Solutions serves: Healthcare, Government, Insurance, Financial, Utilities, Travel & Hospitality, General Business, Law Enforcement, Court, and 911.
The interpreter processes information quickly, concisely and recognizes sensitive cultural differences. The interpreter is professional and courteous at all times and uses appropriate terminology and understands common industry procedures and practices. The video and audio interpreting sessions may involve simple or complex, technical or non-technical subjects.
This position does not involve written translation however translators and other skilled linguists are encouraged to apply. The interpreters translate verbally.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
- Respond to video and audio interpreting sessions promptly and conduct interpretation in a friendly and professional manner.
- Render correct concepts and meanings according to the conventions of established interpretation protocol, avoiding omissions or additions.
- Speak clearly in both languages using proper pronunciation, enunciation and polite expressions.
- Maintain a professional demeanor throughout the video and audio interpreting sessions at all times.
- Remain calm during video and audio interpreting sessions in the event that one of the primary speakers is incoherent or upset, especially in emergency situations.
- Maintain punctuality and availability during scheduled work hours.
- Follow client instructions, in compliance with protocol to ensure client expectations are met with the Limited English-speaking Person (LEP), avoiding interaction with the LEP without client’s permission.
- Understand protocol and terminology for various industries including, but not limited to, Medical, Insurance, Finance and Law.
- Demonstrate commitment to cultural sensitivity and working in a diverse environment.
- Fluency in Spanish and English and skilled in the associated cultural dynamics.
- Ability to provide cultural competency and assess regional and accent differences to find ways of communicating with the LEP.
- Excellent listening, retention and note-taking skills to maintain a high level of accuracy during interpretation.
- Education or work experience in language-related fields such as teaching, language assessment, translation or interpretation preferred.
- Must be able to adapt to any LLS technology enhancements that improve service delivery and meet client demands.
- Must be at least 18 years of age and legally authorized to work in the US/Canada. · Applicants for employment in the US must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States and with LanguageLine Solutions (i.e., H1-B visa, F-1 visa (OPT), TN visa or any other non-immigrant status).
- Candidates who are currently employed by a client of LanguageLine Solutions or an affiliated LanguageLine Solutions business may not be eligible for consideration.
- Ability to read and write the requested languages – highly preferred.
- High speed Internet connection for work related electronic communication. This internet connection should provide download speeds of no less than 5 Mbps and upload speeds of 3 Mbps.
- Your home office should provide space for a backdrop of 5 ft by 7 ft and; a desk and chair. · Must have access to a quiet space free from background noise or distraction.
- Must be able to operate a keyboard and mouse and remain in a stationary position in front of a computer and webcam the majority of the workday.
- Must use a headset for prolonged periods of time.
- Must be able to operate company provided software and systems to perform all aspects of the job.
- Must have sufficient manual dexterity to type or write.
- Able to lift up to 26 lbs.
- May be exposed to moderate noise levels; i.e. computer, audio, telephone.
Important Note: During the application process you will be asked how you heard about us. Please select “Interpreter Internship Program – ALC”
Number of Students Requested: Flexible
Weekly Hours Required: Flexible
Compensation: This internship does provide compensation to students in the amount of $15 per hour.
Name of Company: Lightstream
Internship Description: Partner with the internal marketing team to manage social media channels (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook). Help define the strategy ongoing for each, and take ownership of their day-to-day operation.
Job Title: Internal Marketing and Social Media Intern
Location: Work at Home position in US/Canada (positions may not be available in all areas) Position: Video-Phone Interpreter -
Ongoing project to include:
- Drafting, scheduling and posting social media content (including internal announcements and curated industry news).
- Provide regular (monthly or quarterly) analytics.
- Take steps to drive engagement, make recommendations on the types of content and activities that produce engagement.
- Support internal communications efforts as it relates to social media to promote employee participation.
- Monitor social channels and take ownership of responses to questions, comments, etc.
Number of Hours Per Week: 10-15
Paid Internship: Yes
The Selling Factory (TSF) offers a better choice in outsourcing, talent, and growth. Passionate about helping companies sell Business-to-Business, we replicate sales functions with highly talented, part-time students from the University of Florida.
WEBSITE LINK: https://www.thesellingfactory.com/
INTERNSHIP APPLICATION: http://at.thesellingfactory.com.pages.services/apply-for-tsf-intership/?ts=1598796372425
|FAS International Agriculture Internship Program||Sr./Recent grads||Current and soon-to-be graduate students have an exciting chance to gain international experience working at an FAS overseas post, supporting the agency’s trade policy, analysis, and market development efforts.|
|Habitat for Humanity International||Paid and Unpaid||Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization working in local communities across all 50 states in the U.S. and in approximately 70 countries. Habitat’s vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live.|
|International Trade Administration||Unpaid||Any||Numerous international internship opportunities, some may require language skills.|
|Pamela Harriman Foreign Service Fellowship||Paid||Jr./Sr.||The Pamela Harriman Foreign Service Fellowships, sponsored by the College of William and Mary, will provide a $5,000 award for two U.S. college students to work in the U.S. embassies in Paris and London and one U.S. college student to work in a component of the Office of the Secretary. The Fellowships are available during summer sessions only.|
|U.S. Department of State||Unpaid||Jr./Sr.||The U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program provides the opportunity to work in U.S. embassies and consulates throughout the world, as well as in various bureaus located in Washington, D.C. and at Department offices around the United States. This program is designed to provide substantive learning experiences in a foreign affairs environment.|
|U.S. Foreign Service Internship Program||Paid||Soph./Jr.||Three weeks of academic and professional training in Washington, D.C. followed by seven weeks working in a policy office at the U.S. Department of State. A ten-week assignment in a U.S. Embassy or Consulate abroad. Merit and Need-based.|
|UN Environment Program, UNEP||Unpaid||Sr.||The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is the leading global environmental authority that sets the global environmental agenda, promotes the coherent implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development within the United Nations system, and serves as an authoritative advocate for the global environment.|
|UN Refugee Agency||Stipend||Jr./Sr.||UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is a global organization dedicated to saving lives, protecting rights and building a better future for refugees, forcibly displaced communities and stateless people|
|UNICEF||Stipend||Any||UNICEF works in the world’s toughest places to reach the most disadvantaged children and adolescents – and to protect the rights of every child, everywhere.|
|United Nations (U.N.)||Unpaid||Sr./Recent grads||The United Nations is an international organization founded in 1945 and committed to maintaining international peace and security; developing friendly relations among nations; promoting social progress, better living standards and human rights.|
|United Nations Development Program, UNDP||Stipend||Sr./Recent grads||UNDP works in more than 170 countries and territories, helping to achieve the eradication of poverty and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion. We help countries develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities and build resilience in order to sustain development results.|
|UNOPS||Stipend possible||Any||UNOPS is an operational arm of the United Nations, supporting the successful implementation of its partners’ peace building, humanitarian and development projects around the world. Our mission is to help people build better lives and countries achieve sustainable development.|
Many international internships are also available via study abroad programs both overseas and virtually. For more information see https://www.advising.ufl.edu/beyond120/global-engagement/
|Brookings Institution||Paid and Unpaid||Washington D.C. or remote||Varies||The Brookings Institution is a highly regarded, nonprofit public policy organization based in Washington, DC. Our mission is to conduct in-depth research that leads to new ideas for solving societal problems at the local, national and global levels.|
|Carnegie Endowment for International Peace||Washington D.C.||In an increasingly crowded, chaotic, and contested world and marketplace of ideas, the Carnegie Endowment offers decisionmakers global, independent, and strategic insight and innovative ideas that advance international peace.|
|Charles B. Rangle International Affairs Summer Program||Free, plus stipend||Washington D.C.||Soph. or higher||The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program is a six-week summer program designed to provide undergraduate students with a deeper appreciation of current issues and trends in international affairs, a greater understanding of career opportunities in international affairs, and the enhanced knowledge and skills to pursue such careers.|
|International Affairs Fellowship||Washington D.C.||Senior||The Council of American Ambassadors (CAA) International Affairs Fellowship program enables six undergraduate students per year to come to Washington, D.C. and participate in a prestigious summer program that combines mentoring by former U.S. ambassadors and academic studies in international affairs, augmenting the practical experience of the State Department internships. See webite for eligibilty requirements.|
|International Trade Administration Internships||Any||The Strategic Partnership Program provides internship opportunities to qualified students throughout the year (spring, fall, and summer semesters). Our internship program is designed to provide real-world hands-on experience to complement academic lessons in international trade, international business, economics, and communications.|
|Oxfam||Paid and Unpaid||Washington D.C. and Boston||Oxfam is a global organization working to end the injustice of poverty. We help people build better futures for themselves, hold the powerful accountable, and save lives in disasters.|
|Pew Research Center||Paid||Our empirical research on a wide range of topics helps policymakers, civic leaders, educators and the public at large understand and address some of the world’s most challenging problems. Our public opinion surveys allow the voice of the people to be heard, and our demographic, economic and political analyses show how the world is changing.|
|U.S. Department of State||Unpaid||Various||Jr./Sr.||The U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program provides the opportunity to work in U.S. embassies and consulates throughout the world, as well as in various bureaus located in Washington, D.C. and at Department offices around the United States. This program is designed to provide substantive learning experiences in a foreign affairs environment.|
|USAID Internships||Paid and Unpaid||Washington D.S.||Any||Interns and Fellows generally work in one of USAID’s offices in Washington, D.C., supporting program work in economic growth, agriculture, education, health, environment, democracy and governance, conflict prevention, and humanitarian assistance.|
|Virtual Student Federal Service Program||Unpaid||Remote||Any|
|Washington Center||Unpaid||Washington D.C. or remote||Soph. or higher||UF students should visit https://bobgrahamcenter.ufl.edu/the-washington-center-internship-program/ for more information|
Note: By listing these providers on our website, we are in no way endorsing any company, person, or product. We recommend students thoroughly vetting a company and/or its representatives before starting an internship or other opportunity.
These internships have been brought to our attention by UF students, UF alumni, or internship providers. We encourage you to explore these opportunities, and see what’s right for you! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Brittany Hodges, experiential learning and internships coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network
Fall 2021, Spring 2022, Summer 2022 Internships Available
Development, Marketing, and Fundraising Intern: Development, Marketing, and Fundraising interns work with the Development Department to organize and execute special events, coordinate donor solicitations, and create agency communications. They will work closely with the Director of Development, Stephanie Freas, and must be able to attend all special events. For specific requirements and full job description, visit https://www.peacefulpaths.org/internships. Candidates should email a resume and cover letter to Stephanie Freas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Economic Empowerment/Finance Education Intern: This position reports directly to the Economic Empowerment Coordinator, Trish White. As an Economic Empowerment Intern, you will work directly with survivors and teach them the skills and tools they need to live financially independent of their abusers. This position is un-paid. For specific requirements and full job description, visit https://www.peacefulpaths.org/internships. Email your resume and cover letter to Trish White (Economic Empowerment Program Coordinator) at TrishW@peacefulpaths.org, with the subject line “Intern Application.”
Housing Advocacy Intern: As a Housing Advocacy Intern, you will work in the economic empowerment department, directly with survivors. In your role, you will help develop our rapid housing program, and will work to foster relationships between Peaceful Paths, landlords, and tenants. This position is un-paid. For specific requirements and full job description, visit https://www.peacefulpaths.org/internships. Email your resume and cover letter to Trish White (Economic Empowerment Program Coordinator) at TrishW@peacefulpaths.org, with the subject line “Intern Application.”
Education and Prevention Intern: This internship gives firsthand experience in providing children’s advocacy, planning/facilitating children’s support groups, educating on violence prevention and financial literacy, delivering childcare support, and participating in community awareness events. There will also be opportunities to shadow in other areas of the agency. Interns will have the opportunity to work with survivors and their children, providing support, learning to advocate and keep them emotionally and physically safe. For specific requirements and full job description, visit https://www.peacefulpaths.org/internships. Please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Outreach Support Intern: This position provides first-hand experience in assisting the day-to-day reception, donation support, and client advocacy of a domestic violence agency. This is a great experience for undergraduate students in the nonprofit, social services, and/or community health fields. For specific requirements and full job description, visit https://www.peacefulpaths.org/internships. To be considered all applicants must complete the Volunteer Application at https://www.peacefulpaths.org/volunteerapplication. In "additional comments" let it be known you are applying for the "Outreach Support Internship". Submit resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Send resume as an attachment; cover letter can be submitted as part of the body email.
Florida Department of Corrections
Fall 2021, Spring 2022, Summer 2022 Internships Available
Community Corrections Intern: The incumbent in this position should be proficient in the use of Microsoft word and will work closely with probation officers and supervisors in the assigned probation office, observe probation officers conduct interviews and make referrals to community resources and services with supervised offenders, assist with employment verifications and investigations, observe criminal court proceedings, assist with data entry, and assist in other assigned activities within Community Corrections. For specific requirements and full job description, visit http://www.fldcjobs.com/intern/index.html. Application materials can be found here. Email the completed Internship Application Packet to the email listed below for the area you wish to intern, attention: Circuit Administrator. * Contact information for circuit administrators found in the Application Materials document linked here.
Governor’s Internship Program – Gov. Ron DeSantis
Deadline for Spring 2022 Internship: November 15, 2021
Deadline for Summer 2022 Internship: April 1, 2022
Executive Office of the Governor
400 South Monroe Street, Suite PL-05
Tallahassee, Florida 32399
Office of the Attorney General Internship
Deadline for Spring 2022 Internship: October 9, 2021
Deadline for Summer 2022 Internship: March 11, 2021
Southern Legal Counsel (SLC)
Pro Bono Program Intern: The Pro Bono Program utilizes volunteers to provide much needed additional representation, advocacy, and assistance to Floridians in need. SLC regularly houses law clerks and undergraduate interns throughout the year, with 5-10 spots available each semester. Schedules and tasks will vary, but all work is non-clerical and substantive. Students are asked to commit to at least 10 hours per week, working in our office in Gainesville. FL. Remote work may be available for students not located in/near Gainesville. For specific requirements and detailed job descriptions, visit https://www.southernlegal.org/www-southernlegal-org/pro-bono. Complete Registration Form. Those interested in working with SLC should contact Samantha Howell, Pro Bono Director, at email@example.com or 352-271-8890.
U.S. Department of Justice
Spring 2022 Deadline: November 1, 2021
Volunteer Student Internship Program: Interns will assist Civil Rights Division attorneys and/or specialists in a variety of assignments, including conducting legal and factual research, preparing documents and exhibits, interviewing witnesses, summarizing depositions, analyzing records, and other case-related work. Interns in the Policy and Strategy Section, as well as interns in some other sections, will assist the Division with a full range of civil rights policy work, including legislative proposals, policy development, and engaging civil rights stakeholders. The Division seeks eligible applicants with excellent interpersonal skills; strong written and verbal communication skills; strong research and analytical skills; and demonstrated interest or experience in the enforcement of civil rights laws. For specific requirements and detailed job descriptions, visit https://www.justice.gov/crt/volunteer-and-paid-student-internships. Submit resume, brief writing sample (no more than 10 pages of your own work), transcript (unofficial is acceptable), references, and a cover letter highlighting your qualifications, as well as your interest and experience in the work of the Division and the Section(s) to which you are applying and indicating the dates/time period you are available to work. Applications must be emailed to the contact in students’ preferred office/section. Click Here to view the list of contacts.
Paid Student Internship Program: The Pathways Internship Program (Pathways) is designed to provide students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal careers while still in school and while getting paid for the work performed. Positions are posted on the Division website and at https://www.usajobs.gov/. Visit the website linked above and follow the specific instructions outlined for each individual internship opportunity. Internships are offered year-round.
American Red Cross
Winter/Spring Internships – Applications open in September * filled on a rolling basis*
Summer Internship – Applications open in November * filled on a rolling basis*
Fall Internships – Applications open in April *filled on a rolling basis*
Paid Interns and Volunteers: Red Cross interns are involved in projects critical to the day-to-day work of our non-profit organization, gaining an insider’s perspective on the Red Cross humanitarian mission as well as service delivery at the local and national levels. Internships are offered year-round (Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring) at the National Headquarters in Washington D.C. and at regional chapters across the country. For specific requirements and detailed job descriptions, visit https://www.redcross.org/about-us/careers/university-programs/internships.html. The American Red Cross offers both paid and unpaid internship experiences. You may apply directly on our Careers Site for paid opportunities and on our Volunteer page for unpaid opportunities.
American Public Health Associationhttps://www.apha.org/professional-development/apha-internships-and-fellowships/public-health-policy-internship
Public health policy interns work primarily with staff in the Center for Public Health Policy (Center) and receive hands-on experience and insight into the integration of science, policy and practice in public health.
American Medical Association Internshipshttps://www.ama-assn.org/about/ama-career-opportunities/ama-internships-and-fellowships
These opportunities provide real-world experience, networking and an unmatched chance to learn, grow and help shape the future of medicine and health care.
CDC’s Undergraduate Public Health Scholars (CUPS) program prepares a diverse body of student to consider public health as a career to ensure a future where the American public benefits from a more diverse and better trained public health workforce. During their internships, students work in a variety of public health settings including community organizations, health departments, university-based programs, and federal agencies
Center on Budget and Policy Prioritieshttps://www.cbpp.org/internships
To expand the diversity of voices that speak with authority in state and federal policy debates, the program identifies highly motivated candidates – with particular attention to candidates from communities that are underrepresented in state and federal policy debates—with a demonstrated interest in public policies that affect low-income and diverse communities and have implications for racial equity. (Paid)
Administration for Community Livinghttps://acl.gov/about-acl/internship-opportunities
Our internships give students the chance to gain valuable professional Federal experience with one of the most comprehensive disability and aging services and research programs in the federal government. (Unpaid)
Families USA Foundation is a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the achievement of high-quality, affordable health care and improved health for all. Families USA advances its mission through health advocacy campaigns, public policy, and collaboration with state and national partners to promote a more patient-and community-centered health system.
Global Health STAR Programhttps://www.ghstar.org/
Sustaining Technical and Analytical Resources (STAR) is a project of the Public Health Institute (PHI) in partnership with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). Through fellowships, internships, and strategic partnerships, STAR supports building the capacity of diverse global health professionals and organizations at all levels to make inclusive, collaborative, and innovative contributions to global health.
Health Career Connectionhttps://www.healthcareers.org/internship-program/
Informed by our Approach, HCC offers talented, diverse undergraduate and recent college graduates a comprehensive paid summer internship program that provides invaluable experience, mentoring, and networking in the health care field.
HHS Partnership Centerhttps://www.hhs.gov/about/agencies/iea/partnerships/about-the-partnership-center/internship-opportunities/index.html
Through the Center, we work to build partnerships with community and faith-based organizations, which help HHS serve individuals, families, and communities in need.
National Environmental Public Health Internship Programhttps://www.neha.org/professional-development/students/internships
The aim of NEPHIP is to encourage environmental health students to consider careers at local, state, or tribal environmental public health departments following graduation. Through this internship program, students will be exposed to exciting career opportunities, benefits, and challenges of working with environmental public health agencies throughout the U.S.
National Institutes of Health- Undergraduate Scholar Programhttps://www.training.nih.gov/programs/ugsp
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program (UGSP) offers competitive scholarships to students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research. The program offers:
- Scholarship support
- Paid research training at the NIH during the summer
- Paid employment and training at the NIH after graduation
Office of Science and Technology Internship Program (White House)https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/administration/eop/ostp/about/student
Serving as an OSTP Intern provides a unique opportunity to work closely with senior White House officials and science and technology (S&T) policy analysts in OSTP's topic-based divisions (Division internship), or on OSTP's legal team (Legal internship).
Public Health Institutehttps://www.phi.org/employment/current-opportunities/
PHI’s paid internships are structured, supervised, short-term programs where students are assigned tasks that enhance their theoretical knowledge with real world work experience. PHI’s internships are designed to create a pipeline of trained public health professionals by matching interns with PHI programs, based on their interest and the focus of their academic training. When they are available, all PHI Internships are posted on our current opportunities page.
Unite for Sighthttps://www.uniteforsight.org/internships
The Global Health Leadership Internship provides outstanding undergraduate, public health, medical and other clinical students, and graduate students, as well as recent graduates, with an opportunity to engage in high impact front-line global health delivery programs.
The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, known as TWC, provides immersive internships and academic seminars to students from hundreds of colleges and universities and young professionals from across the U.S. and more than 25 countries.
World Health Organizationhttps://www.who.int/careers/internship-programme
WHO's Internship Programme offers a wide range of opportunities for students and recent graduates to gain insight into the technical and administrative programmes of WHO and enrich their knowledge and experience in various areas, thereby contributing to the advancement of public health.