The University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center offers paid summer internship positions for graduate and or medical school students from the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Wayne State University to support their development and generate interest in the area of injury. Past placements have focused on sexual violence, prescription drug overdose, traumatic brain injury, and more. The Center is not currently accepting applicants but we invite you to join our mailing list to receive notifications about this program.
Local (general) internships
Local internships are designed for graduate/medical school students at the University of Michigan, Wayne State University, and Michigan State University interested in injury research or practice experiences in unintentional injury or violence prevention. Interns may work with a mentor from the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Wayne State University, or community partners on ongoing injury research or practice projects. Successful applicants are provided a stipend for their three-month work period.
This internship opportunity provides an opportunity for University of Michigan School of Public Health students to gain mentored research and practice-based experience with intramural scientists in the national injury center at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. Interns may work with a mentor on ongoing injury research or practice projects. Possible areas of focus include motor vehicle safety, prescription drug overdose, traumatic brain injury, violence prevention, and program evaluation. Successful applicants are provided a stipend for their three-month work period, plus travel expenses.