An In-Depth Learning Opportunity
The application for our Undergraduate Summer internship is closed. If you would like to be considered for a Fall 2017 position, please submit both your application and two letters of recommendations to [email protected] by August 15th. Applications are not considered complete until the online application form and two letters of recommendation have been received - unfortunately due to the volume of candidates, incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
BHCHP offers a limited number of unpaid (non-Masters level) internships throughout the year. Individuals can explore a career in medicine, public health or human services at BHCHP while gaining experience and in-depth learning in one or more areas of homeless medicine, including:
- Walk-in medical clinics
- Adult respite care
- Medical office administration
Undergraduate internships are most often structured to combine a variety of service experiences and program teams/sites. Whenever possible, we look to provide balance in our internships by assigning individuals to roles that involve both patient contact in clinical settings and work that is administrative in nature. Because these internships are based on volunteer openings it is often difficult to predict availability well in advance.
BHCHP offers interns three to five "brown bag lunch" seminars during the summer, featuring staff speakers from various program teams and sites. These are designed to further enhance each intern’s education around homelessness and health care.
Hours - Weekdays during normal business hours; limited weekend and evening shifts may be available.
Commitment - 12 - 40 hours per week, for a summer, semester or academic year.
Location - Multiple sites in and around Boston.
Becoming an Undergraduate Intern at BHCHP
All interns must be 18 years or older and are required to complete the steps below before beginning service with BHCHP.
- Complete our online application
- Email two letters of recommendation to [email protected]
- Attend an in-person orientation
- Complete a CORI check (must be completed in person with a valid ID)
- Submit immunization records (Click here for requirements)
Applications and recommendation letters will be reviewed to determine whether you have the qualifications and availability we seek. Candidates are not considered until the online application form and two letters of recommendation have been received.
We will contact prospective interns directly to schedule interviews or set up an orientation. Due to the volume of applicants, we are only able to contact those for whom a possible match is identified.
Please email Allison Seitz at [email protected] for more information!