Date posted: May 10, 2023
Public Health Laboratory Internship
Association of Public Health Laboratories | Many Cities , United State of America (USA)
Opportunity Type: Full-time, Part-time, Internships
Current Program: Master's, Doctorate, Bachelor's, Associate
Topics: Organic Chemistry, Microbiology, Geoscience, Food, Chemical Engineering, Health, Quality Assurance Quality Control, Science Communication, Information Science, Biochemistry, Biosciences, Environment, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Sciences
Sector: Government, Nonprofit
Remote Position: No
The Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are seeking students who are interested in exploring a career in the laboratory sciences. Public Health Laboratory Internship: an APHL-CDC Initiative Interns will join a public health laboratory team to make an impact on protecting the health of our communities. Interns assist scientists working on meaningful projects while building skills such as general lab practices (e.g., pipetting, calibrations, etc.), data analysis, report management, problem solving, teamwork, effective communication and more. Eligible candidates: Current student enrolled at an accredited institution and in pursuit of a relevant certificate, associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate degree. Start and end dates: Flexible. Hours and program length: Flexible hours with an average of 20 hours a week, length varies. Applications are currently being accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. There is no deadline to apply. Application Requirements: Completed application form; work history; reference (either academic or professional); college transcripts; US citizenship or permanent residency. Internship Benefits: Network with public health laboratory professionals; first-hand experiences in public health laboratory initiatives; competitive stipend; build transferable skills.
How to Apply?
Visit the Association of Public Health Laboratories website and apply there.
Spring 2023, Summer 2023, Fall 2023