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IHSP Paid Internship Program, 2017

.. Training the next generation of leaders to catalyze solutions that benefit population health and welfare

Open to Students of Mcgill University

icon  McGill University

.. 18 Nov 2016

     Work permit : Not-Required

.. $2000

1-3 months

 

More about this internship

The Insititute for Health and Social Policy, McGill University is offering an internship program to graduate and undergraduate students of McGill University.

Eligibility

  • The aim of IHSP Paid Internship Program, 2017 is to train the leaders of the next generation to catalyze solutions that benefit population health and welfare. 
  • There are 7 to 11 internship projects available in the Fall and winter terms.
  • The applicants for IHSP Paid Internship Program, 2017 should be graduate and undergraduate students of McGill University.
  • The candidates should be registered as full-time graduate or undergraduate students at McGill University.

Documents required

  • The applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a cover letter in 1 to 2 pages, and a copy of post-secondary transcripts.
  • The candidates should also submit a writing sample in 5 to 10 pages and enrollment proof as a full-time student.

Selection Criteria

  • The candidates applying for IHSP Paid Internship Program, 2017 are assessed based on their GPA, specific skills like STATA, Photoshop, and fit with the needs of the supervisor.
  • The applicants are also evaluated based on their writing ability, the relevance of the program to the student's future goals, and compatibility with the goals of the IHSP.

Value of the Internship
The recipients of IHSP Paid Internship Program, 2017 get $2000.

 

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