The UCSF CoE Women’s Health Internship Program is an opportunity for individuals to explore areas of personal and career interest, to formulate future plans and pathways into the health profession, and to acquire the skills necessary to meet their goals. Since its inception in October 1996, the UCSF Women’s Health Internship Program has matched over 300 interns to women’s health professionals and projects throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Through the program, interns gain hands-on work experience in women’s health. We aim to make the internship a meaningful experience for the interns and their supervisors/hosts participating in the program.
The primary long-term goals of the Internship Program are to:
Interns come to the UCSF CoE from a wide range of communities, schools, and organizations- primarily from the Bay Area but also beyond- many of which have on-going partnerships with the CoE. Our program is committed to serving diverse groups of women and girls.
Benefits of a CoE internship include:
The UCSF CoE's current Internship Programs are:
For more information or to submit an application, contact: The UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health at firstname.lastname@example.org