Project API-CHAT is a paid internship for young community organizers and health advocates to make a change to tobacco policies on your college campus. They're building a group of young adult leaders to take on big problems and advocate for community change. The tobacco industry targets Asian and Pacific Islander communities through deceptive marketing, higher tobacco retailer density and lower prices in communities of color, and the creation of culturally familiar and kid-friendly flavors in tobacco vaping products. They're fighting back and protecting the next generation by advocating for a 100% smoke and tobacco-free campus at your college - a policy that every UC and CSU already has.
The BRAINterns Webinar Series is a groundbreaking program offered by the Lenox Hill Department of Neurosurgery for anyone interested in healthcare through virtual platforms. Students will get an opportunity to learn from renowned surgeons, PAs, NPs and administrative staff to increase their work experience and enhance their CVs.!
Registration is now open and the internship will start on July 1, 2021
The Stanford IRiSS Social Science Research Assistant Internship Program matches community college students interested in social science research and careers with volunteer internships at social science research labs at Stanford University. You will serve as a research intern with graduate and postdoctoral researchers in psychology, sociology, psychophysiology, education, communications, and other social science related disciplines.
The Community College Internships program seeks to encourage community college students to enter technical careers relevant to the DOE mission by providing technical training experiences at the DOE laboratories.
7-week Internship is for high school and undergraduate students considering careers biomedical/biological sciences.
This summer internship was founded on the principle that education is the single, most powerful tool to improving human health. Many of us who provide mentorship in the STaRS internship program have achieved our own leadership positions because of mentoring. Through this program we have an opportunity to show our gratitude to our former mentors, by doing the same for new students. Our goal, in the end, is to help exceptional young people find the reward, excitement, and immense satisfaction that a career in medicine and biomedical research provides.
Learn about available and recent opportunities to participate in!