Occupational Health Internship Program

Interest: 
Government
Medicine & Public Health

Through the Occupational Health Internship Program, a program of the Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics < http://aoec.org/ohip/ > Students interested in health & safety, public policy, and labor should consider applying to the Occupational Health Internship Program (OHIP). Founded in 2004, OHIP has played a crucial role in training, mentoring and inspiring a new generation of Occupational Health & Safety (OSH) professionals, as well as providing worker organizations and local unions with resources to build and strengthen their health and safety efforts to prevent job injury and illness. Each year, roughly thirty interns are selected and placed in teams of two throughout the U.S. to work with government agencies, public health departments, local unions, and occupational health research centers in cities like Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, San Diego, Seattle, and the San Francisco Bay Area. This is a paid position, and each intern will receive a stipend ($4,000 for undergraduates and $5,200 for graduate students). 

Compensation: 
stipend
Time Frame: 
Summer
Website: 
http://aoec.org/ohip/how-to-apply
Name: 
Ingrid
Dennis
Phone: 
888-347-2632.
Address: 
1010 Vermont Ave., NW # 513
Washington, D.C.
20005