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Join our yearly group of 75 interns and work with faculty and staff in our graduate and professional programs on campus. You'll work for up to 10 hours per week from late August to early May. Experiences are as varied as the host locations, and interns have the opportunity to immerse themselves in research and professional projects. This is also a great way to grow your professional network.

Applications for the 2018–19 group are now open and are due by Wednesday, March 7, at 8 a.m.

By the end of my internship, I had gained professional work experience, presentation skills, and connections to medical and career services professionals on campus. These things really boosted my confidence as an upperclassman.

—Kami Walters, LHSI 2013–14, IUPUI Graduate 2016

Requirements

Required Information for the Application

  • Names of two to four internship locations/mentorsReview LHSI internship projects here. The project list is organized into categories by school and hospital locations. There is also a search box to find descriptions with your major or area of interest.
        • This program is meant to help students engage with faculty outside of their own academic units. Students will not be placed with mentors in their home schools. For example, public health and health services management students should choose locations outside of the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health and health sciences and kinesiology/exercise science students should choose locations outside the School of Health and Human Sciences.
  • Names and contact information for three references.
  • Resume and cover letter saved with your last name in the file name.
  • PDF of your unofficial transcript. You can find this in the SIS Student Center. If you are dual enrolled at another university, include a copy of that unofficial transcript as well.
  • Responses to the short answer questions about your career and academic goals and how this experience will help you reach those goals.

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