Center for Diversity & Inclusion summer internship programs seeking applicants

OHSU’s Center for Diversity & Inclusion seeks applications from diverse high school and college students for its eight-week summer internship programs.

  • For college students: Through the Summer Equity Research Program, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion offers a paid internship opportunity for undergraduate students to receive career mentoring and shadowing opportunities from OHSU faculty mentors from the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry and Graduate Studies. Students selected for the program receive a stipend for working with research faculty in a laboratory and/or clinical setting.
  • For high school students: The Ted R. Lilley Cancer Continuing Umbrella of Research Education (CURE) Project is supported by Center for Diversity and Inclusion and the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. The program targets high school students to provide hands-on research experience and science exposure to increase participation of historically underserved and disadvantaged students in biomedical research and health-related fields.

View profiles of the 2013 Equity and CURE interns or contact CDI@ohsu.edu with questions.

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