MedSTEM Internship

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What is the MedSTEM Internship Program?

The Internship is a 6-week, paid summer internship program at Rush University Medical Center. Students will have hands-on learning experiences with departments and units in the hospital that that they plan to pursue as a career. They will also take college and career readiness courses, life skills and workforce skills development courses, and will have a chance to network with other students and healthcare professionals.

Whether you’re interested in mental health, allied health, entrepreneurship, finance, healthcare, law, media, research, or any other field, we help motivated high school students make the most of their summer, fall, and spring and make more informed decisions about college and career plans.

REACH---Kaelen_02

What is the MedSTEM Internship Program?

The Internship is a 6-week, paid summer internship program at Rush University Medical Center. Students will have hands-on learning experiences with departments and units in the hospital that that they plan to pursue as a career. They will also take college and career readiness courses, life skills and workforce skills development courses, and will have a chance to network with other students and healthcare professionals.

Whether you’re interested in mental health, allied health, entrepreneurship, finance, healthcare, law, media, research, or any other field, we help motivated high school students make the most of their summer, fall, and spring and make more informed decisions about college and career plans.

Program Information

Program Benefits

academic

Academic Enrichment

Students will be a part of a supportive learning community where they can step beyond the comfortable routines of the classroom and actively shape their education and their lives. 

 
networking

Networking

Student will be able to connect with healthcare providers, STEM professionals, and alumni in order to gain important knowledge about their desired fields and succeeding in their chosen colleges and careers. 

 
credentials

Industry Recognized Credentials

Students will be given the opportunity to take courses that provide industry recognized certifications (CNA, PCT, etc.) and early college credit.

hands-on

Hands-On Learning

Students will work alongside doctors, nurses, technicians, and tradesmen/women receiving on-the-job learning about specific procedures and tasks that relate to the profession.