Interns will complete rotations in a variety of clinical and community-based institutions focused on hospital medicine, primary care, community based-health and empowerment programs, HIV/AIDS and child health.
Program on hold until further notice
Interns will complete rotations in a variety of clinical and community-based institutions focused on maternal and child health, reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, hospital medicine and social determinants impacting the burden of disease.
A wide variety of STEM research internship positions are available in renowned hospitals, labs, universities and research centers in vibrant Madrid and the coastal jewel of Valencia, Spain.
A variety of internships are available in Vietnam in the fields of agriculture and environment, business, education, engineering, hospitality and tourism, law and legal studies, and medical/health care.
These two community-based programs in Uganda will address interactions between poverty, ill health, lack of education, and the need for empowerment in sub-Saharan Africa. Additional opportunities in public health outreach and education campaigns available. This is a chance to increase your global health experience and visit a wonderful country.
Tokyo English Life Line (TELL) is a nonprofit mental health services organization that has been serving the international community in Japan since 1973. The Lifeline’s highly trained volunteer counselors provide free, anonymous, and confidential telephone counseling and general resources 365 days a year. Interns will have the opportunity to gain experience in event planning and fundraising, as well as support Lifeline counselor training and general operations.
PROMETRA Uganda, is a non-governmental organization whose mission is to promote traditional medical knowledge and practices for improved health through mutual cooperation amongst health systems. Interns will engage in community outreach activities in areas of health, environmental conservation, and ecological organic farming basing on indigenous knowledge and culture.
Interns with Child and Family Health International (CFHI) in South Africa complete rotations in a variety of clinical and non-profit care facilities. Applicants spend five weeks in Durban and five weeks in Cape Town.
Program on hold until further notice.