Interns will spend four weeks observing community-based health programming in Delhi, India. Learn about public health from local NGOs, community members, and healthcare providers in one of the world’s most populous cities. 2021 programs start July 3rd or August 7th.
Interns will complete a variety of rotations in clinical, hospital, and NGO settings in the Andean capital of Quito, while taking intensive Spanish language classes with a focus on medical vocabulary.
Interns will spend four weeks doing rotations at a historic children’s hospital, getting a closer look at pediatrics and child health in Ghana. Interns will explore the social determinants that impact the Ghanaian healthcare system and contribute to the burden of disease. A great opportunity for Pre-med, Pre-nursing, Pre-PA, Public Health students! 2021 programs start July 3rd or August 7th.
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.