The Jewish Healthcare Foundation and Health Careers Futures host an annual Summer Internship program.
- Become part of a project team with experienced professionals in one of the following potential focus areas:
- Teen mental health, communications, health innovation, HIV/AIDS, patient safety, aging, and women's health
- Gain exposure to various healthcare systems and settings
- Present your experience and contributions to staff and Board members
Who Should Apply
Graduate students from a variety of backgrounds who are passionate about innovations in healthcare delivery, policy, communications, quality and patient safety can pursue their interests through paid summer internship opportunities with the Jewish Healthcare Foundation and its supporting organizations.
Applications for the 2023 program are closed. If you have any questions about the internship program, please email email@example.com.