The Global Health Program encourages students in all years to seek out meaningful internships related to global health.
Internships Proposed by Students
Students may learn of and secure unpaid internship opportunities themselves. The Center for Health and Wellbeing may be able to provide partial financial support for such opportunities.
Applications for global health related internship funding (for both GHP certificate and non-certificate students) are now closed. Application will reopen in Spring 2020.
Juniors enrolled in the GHP certificate program who propose an internship of at least 8 weeks to fulfill their summer research requirement may apply for financial support through the “GHP Summer Internship Funding” opportunity in the Princeton SAFE system, starting in late February. Awards for GHP student summer internship support range up to $2,500.
First-years, sophomores, and juniors not enrolled in the GHP certificate program who propose a global health-related internship of at least 8 weeks may apply for GHP financial support through the “Global Health Non-Certificate Summer Internship Funding” opportunity in SAFE, starting in late February. Awards for non-certificate student internships may range up to $1,000 but are contingent on available funds.
Paid internships and internships lasting less than eight weeks are unfortunately ineligible for funding from the Center for Health and Wellbeing.
Please contact CHW Program Coordinator Sara Goldman at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about summer internship funding.
Internships Sponsored by the Center for Health and Wellbeing
Internships Sponsored by Other Princeton Partners
Other campus partners sponsoring related summer internship opportunities include: