LHSI makes a difference

"Starting my second year of college, I didn't have much in the way of a professional identity. 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 as I prepared for postgraduation life."

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

Applications for the 2021–22 group are closed. The 2022–23 application will open in late January 2022.

If you applied for the 2021-22 group, check out information on the interview process.

What goes into an LHSI application?

This process is meant to be like any other internship or job application. Getting help relevant to your major or career field is really important because each field is different. There is no "right" answer to the application pieces other than doing it in the way that you would for your future career. We expect that you will work with your career services office or the Office of Student Employment to determine what skills and experience to highlight across your materials and what sections to include on your resume. 

The LHSI application has a few parts. You will need all of these to apply to LHSI:

  • Contact information for three professional references.
  • Short answer question responses.
  • One cover letter written to the LHSI application committee and one resume. 
  • If you are enrolled in some Butler or Ivy Tech courses to reach full-time student status, we may request proof of enrollment to reach the minimum 12 hours for full-time status.