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Internship and Fellowship Opportunities
- AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships
- Center for Science, Technology, and Congress Internship
- Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy Internship
- ENTRY POINT! Internships for Students with Disabilities
- Minority Science Writers Internship
- Science and Human Rights Internships
- Science News Writing Internships
- Cambridge, U.K.
- Washington, D.C., USA
- Scientific Freedom, Responsibility, and Law Program Internships
The Association of Schools of Public Health provides internships and fellowships in conjunction with other public health agencies such as CDC and The Health Resources and Services Administration. View the ASPH Center for Graduate Practice's Guide to Graduate Training Programs for more information.
Biomedical Sciences Year-Off Training Programs offers an opportunity through the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education.
California Family Health Council offers the Title X Internship Program.
Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics Fellowships offers an opportunity at the National Cancer Institute.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has several fellowships including the Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program and the Postdoctoral Fellowship in Prevention Effectiveness Methods.
The Department of Energy offers multiple internships and fellowships related to science and environmental health.
For the Minority Global Health Disparities Research Training Program, Bloomberg School students must apply through the Office of Career Services.
The National Cancer Institute and Food and Drug Administration offer the Interagency Oncology Task Force Joint Fellowship Program.
The National Institutes of Health offers many training opportunities.
The National Science Foundation’s Funding, Fellowship, and Internship Opportunities
Science.gov lists internships and fellowship opportunities in various specialties.
The Society in Science offers the Branco Weiss Fellowship.
The Bloomberg School’s Student Outreach Resource Center (SOURCE) offers numerous internship and volunteer opportunities in the Baltimore area.
United Nations Development Programme offers opportunities for non-U.S. citizens only.