Internships Forms For Health and Society Internships
If you would like to do an internship in Health and Society, either HSOC 190 or HSOC 290, please fill out the forms below together with your internship supervisor, and then turn them in to the Program Director of HSOC at UVM.
HSOC 190 (DOC)
HSOC 190 Agreement (DOC)
UVM College of Arts and Sciences
Undergraduate HSOC-HSCI Public Health Internship Collaboration with CAS Internships Office Richard Watts, Sophia Trigg, and Tina Zuk. For information, contact Sophia.Trigg@uvm.edu.
University of Vermont Medical Center
The University of Vermont Medical Center offers a variety of internships for students interested in exploring the health care system while providing entry-level, pre-professional experiences designed to enhance and build skills. Learn more about current internship opportunities.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Summer Internship Program
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Internship Program is based out of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH, which provides access to more than 1,000 primary care doctors and specialists in almost every area of medicine. The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Internship Program combines work, professional development, mentoring and shadowing into a robust summer learning experience. Learn more and apply.
Community Health Media Internship
The Community Health Media Center is a student-powered, student-driven strategic communications firm based in Burlington. Students work with community leaders, health and wellness professionals and nonprofit organizations to build strategies and materials for amplifying community wellness messages.
Health Equity Internship Program Internship Award from the New English Public Health Training Center
NEPHTC selects a total of four to six students and projects per year in all six New England states. Students with community-based internship projects approved by a community host agency and their university's internship program can apply now on the NEPHTC website. Students receive a $3,500 stipend upon completion of their internship and submission of a final report or poster, which is provided to the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Students should have a total of 200 hours of internship work or the number of work hours required by their school's internship program. Learn more about the program, review program guidelines, and apply online. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Internship Opportunities funded by the New England Public Health Training Center
The first internship is with the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Team to develop a Substance Misuse Data Dashboard using Power BI. The student will work with aggregate data sets (e.g. SATIS—Substance Abuse Treatment Information System and VPMS – Vermont Prescription Monitoring System) and determine the best data display methods for each indicator to create an interactive report.
The second internship is with the District Office in White River Junction to engage communities in a better understanding of social isolation and possible solutions, explore the literature on community and policy-based solutions to lessen social isolation and loneliness especially in seniors, and develop an implementation plan with local partners to expand or create programs or policy change that could lessen the negative impacts of isolation in our district.