The University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center is pleased to sponsor the following paid internship opportunities for summer 2019:
- one competitive paid internship position for public health graduate students at the CDC National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Center
- two – four paid internship positions for graduate students at the U-M Injury Prevention Center
These internships are designed for graduate students interested in injury prevention research or practice experiences in unintentional injury or violence. They offer important opportunities to gain mentored research and practice-based experience either with intramural scientists at the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta or in a CDC-funded multidisciplinary injury prevention center.
Each selected applicant will be provided a stipend of $1,500 per month for three months (May-July), and the student selected for the CDC internship will also receive $500 for travel to/from Atlanta, GA.
For full details regarding responsibilities of the internships, qualifications, and the application process and contact information, please CLICK HERE.