Description: This is an unpaid, volunteer position. Interns work closely with the Senior Policy Analyst and meet weekly with the Research and Policy Director. They attend weekly research group meetings and are expected to also assist PIs and administrative staff with projects as they arise. Previous intern projects have included:
– Drafting policy briefs
– Editing and preparing manuscripts for publication
– Conducting literature reviews for grant proposals
– Working on our website
– Preparing conference presentation
• Spring Semester: November 1st
• Summer: March 1st
• Fall Semester: July 1st
Start Date: Flexible, but we would like the school year intern to start no later than early September or early January, and the summer intern no later than mid-May.
Minimum commitment: 10-16 hrs/week during the school year; 20 hrs/week during the summer.
If you are interested in interning with Children’s HealthWatch, please send us the following:
Your resume or CV
A writing sample
To download the description of the internship, click here.
All application materials (Resume or CV and a writing sample) and questions should be sent to Children’s HealthWatch Deputy Director of Innovative Partnerships, Richard Sheward, firstname.lastname@example.org.