We are not accepting student internship applications at this time. Please check back for future opportunities.
The HPDP internship program provides a limited number of students with practical experience working in multi-disciplinary prevention research. Interns may work on projects in areas such as women’s health; prevention of chronic diseases; healthy aging; healthy youth; obesity prevention and control; and sustainable food systems.
While interning at HPDP, students will be supervised by a HPDP faculty or staff member. Specific responsibilities will vary by project, yet all interns will have the opportunity to participate in applied research to test new ways to confront the most pressing health problems facing our society. Internships are unpaid.