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To view and apply for positions with ICH, please visit the Cambridge Health Alliance website and search job listings, using “Institute for Community Health” as a key phrase.
ICH Internship Program
ICH is currently taking applications for four Spring 2015 internships:
- Learning, Engaging and Advocating with Peers Internship (keywords: HIV/AIDS, access to care, evaluation, data management, quantitative analysis)
- Community Health Improvement Department Internship (keywords: health assessment, data collection, data analysis, report preparation, evaluation, community health)
- Hospital Workforce Survey Analysis and Reporting Internship (keywords: survey methods, qualitative analysis, data cleaning, report preparation, hospital administration, workforce development)
- Natick Together for Youth Data and Strategic Planning Internship (keywords: data analysis, presentation development, data visualization, strategic planning, youth substance abuse, community coalitions)
If you are interested in applying for one of these internships, please complete an interest form. If you would like more information about the ICH Internship Program, please e-mail us at ICHEducation@challiance.org. Internships are offered tri-annually and typically begin in January, June, and September.
ICH’s educational mission is to provide experiential learning opportunities in community-based research and evaluation. The ICH Internship Program provides internships to graduate and undergraduate students interested in a wide array of fields including public health, medicine, healthcare law/policy, and healthcare management. We train students on principles of community-based participatory research and provide opportunities for these principles to be applied in local communities. Students work directly with ICH staff members, who represent a broad range of disciplines, including medicine, public health, epidemiology, nutrition, anthropology, social work, and psychology.
What our interns say about their experiences at ICH:
“Interacting with community partners was valuable as one of the tenets of community-based participatory approaches is to engage them in research/evaluation process. This is something that cannot be experienced in a classroom setting.”
“It was a great experience to learn from the employees at ICH and I really appreciate the fact that mentorship and teaching plays such a large part of the mission.”
View selected projects from previous interns
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