The Project C.U.R.E. Internship Program provides undergraduate and graduate-level college students the opportunity to learn about global healthcare and the non-profit sector while gaining hands-on experience at Project C.U.R.E.'s Mid-Atlantic Distribution Center.
Interns develop both professionally and personally as they contribute to the Project C.U.R.E. mission: to identify, solicit, collect, sort and deliver medical supplies and services according to the imperative needs of the world.
Internship fields of study include procurement, administration, operations, and biomedical engineering. However, all internships will be customized to the specific major of the intern and will be catered to the student's needs and interests.
Potential projects include but are not limited to:
· Inventory control and analysis
· Supplier relations and management
· Community leadership
· Preparing and testing biomedical machines
· Administration and volunteer management
· Process streamlining and improvement
What is the time commitment for the internship program?
The Project C.U.R.E. internship program typically lasts a semester with a possibility to extend. Fall and spring interns are asked to work 8-10 hours/week to complete the internship. Summer interns are expected to commit to 10-15 hours per week. Work schedules are determined by the intern and the Project C.U.R.E. supervisor.
How is this internship compensated?
The Project C.U.R.E. internship is unpaid. However, interns will receive valuable work experience and hands-on training. Additionally, Project C.U.R.E. will coordinate with accredited universities to provide course credit hours for your time