Health Law Programs Internship
Georgetown University Law Center, in conjunction with the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law offers a range of academic and capacity building programs including LL.M. programs for lawyers seeking specialized training in domestic and international health law, certificate programs, intensive trainings, internships, and post-graduate fellowships. The Intern, Health Law Programs, will provide support across the portfolio of work, including:
- Preparation of materials and resources e.g. health law careers guide, health law organizations database, scholarship and funding sources for prospective students, orientation materials
- Stakeholder outreach and relationship development e.g. partnerships with academic institutions, engagement with alumni, collaborations with health law organizations
- Student engagement e.g. assisting with academic, career, and social events
- Curriculum planning e.g. reviewing course offerings and co-curricular programing
- Strategic planning and program development e.g. analyzing and developing new learning opportunities and maximizing interdisciplinary engagement in health law
The Health Law Programs Intern is a part-time program. Interns typically work 10-20 hours a week. Interns will work virtually for the fall 2020 semester, and should be available during business hours in Eastern Time. We prefer that interns undertake internships for-credit as part of a degree program.
- A current Georgetown graduate student
- Proficient in English
- Strong communications skills, both oral and written
- Detail oriented and able to work well with little supervision
- Skilled in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Google Suite
- Interest in graduate legal education, graduate global and public health education and globally focused education programs
REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY
To apply, please email your resume, cover letter and writing sample with subject [Health Law Programs Intern_Last Name] to ONeillHR@georgetown.edu.
Selected candidates will be contacted to schedule video conference interviews.
The O’Neill Institute will assist and coordinate necessary visa paperwork for candidates offered internships.