Project Advocacy Interns will support the team in promoting projects, social media, compiling reports, working on event logistics, and pulling campaign metrics.

Internships are available to current college students each semester (fall, spring, and summer) on a part-time basis in our Boston office. Academic credit is available and required for all interns.

Qualifications

Being an intern at CHIP means being given meaningful, fulfilling, skill-building tasks, and projects, which will set you up for success in future jobs and internships. Interns are/have:

  • current college undergraduates
  • strong communication, organization and strategic thinking skills
  • working knowledge of all Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • hardworking, detail-oriented, efficient and creative
  • an understanding of basic marketing and media concepts
  • interest in marketing, event planning and project management
  • an ability to multitask, work well in a group as well as independently
  • flexibility and willingness to perform tasks both large and small 
How to apply

Please send a resume, cover letter and two academic references to chip@childrens.harvard.edu and reference "CHIP Project Advocacy Internship" in the subject line.

Publications

Chen KY, Borglund EM, Postema EC, Dunn AG, Bourgeois FT. Reporting of clinical trial safety results in ClinicalTrials.gov for FDA-approved drugs: A cross-sectional analysis. Clinical trials (London, England) 2022.

Le Naour J, Sztupinszki Z, Carbonnier V, Casiraghi O, Marty V, Galluzzi L, Szallasi Z, Kroemer G, Vacchelli E. A loss-of-function polymorphism in compromises therapeutic outcome in head and neck carcinoma patients. Oncoimmunology 2022.

Klann JG, Strasser ZH, Hutch MR, Kennedy CJ, Marwaha JS, Morris M, Samayamuthu MJ, Pfaff AC, Estiri H, South AM, Weber GM, Yuan W, Avillach P, Wagholikar KB, Luo Y, Omenn GS, Visweswaran S, Holmes JH, Xia Z, Brat GA, Murphy SN. Distinguishing Admissions Specifically for COVID-19 from Incidental SARS-CoV-2 Admissions: A National Retrospective EHR Study. Journal of medical Internet research 2022.