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Assistantships

Tobacco Free UMass Graduate Assistantship

University Health Services

University Health Services provides a tobacco control program, inclusive of clinical cessation services; tobacco prevention through health education; community engagement; and social norms change of tobacco use on campus. These efforts aim to: increase knowledge to the dangers and misperceptions of all forms of tobacco use; foster attitudes intolerant to tobacco use; promote policy compliance on campus; increase utilization of UHS cessation services; as well as to reduce overall tobacco influence among the UMass Amherst community.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Karen DeSalvio at karend@stuaf.umass.edu or call 413-577-5060. Submit any supporting documents such as educational materials developed and/or a brief relative writing sample.

Deadline: April 30, 2018
Posted: 1 week 5 days ago

Teaching Assistantship (Health Communication/Junior Year Writing)

School of Public Health and Health Sciences

Teach a section of a newly designed undergraduate Public Health course  – Health Communication/Junior Year Writing. Must have a masters degree in public health and be enrolled or accepted into a doctoral program in Bio/Epi, HPP, or EHS. Strong facilitation and writing skills required. Knowledge of core public health areas required. Experience with health communication a plus. This position requires a monthly one-hour teaching and pedagogy meeting with other course instructors.

Position is available for Fall 2018 with continuation in the spring 2019 contingent upon successful completion in the fall semester. Continuation is also contingent upon good academic standing within the student’s department and available funding.

Teaching experience and classroom management skills preferred.

Please send cover letter and resume to Dr. Gloria DiFulvio. Indicate the course title in your cover letter. This is a 15-hour assistantship.

Deadline: April 24, 2018
Posted: 1 week 5 days ago

Teaching Assistantship (Public Health 200)

School of Public Health and Health Sciences

Teaching Assistant needed for PH 200. Assist with the teaching of the Introduction to Public Health (PH 200) undergraduate course. Must be enrolled in the MPH or doctoral program in public health by Fall 2018. Strong facilitation and communication skills wanted. Knowledge of core public health areas required.

Position is available for Fall 2018 with continuation in the spring 2019 contingent upon successful completion of fall semester and available funding. Continuation is also contingent upon good academic standing within the student’s department.

Teaching experience and classroom management skills preferred. Must be free T/Th from 1-2:15pm. Student will be required to hold office hours.

Please send cover letter and resume to Dr. Gloria DiFulvio. Indicate the course title in your cover letter. This is a 10-hour assistantship.

Deadline: April 24, 2018
Posted: 1 week 5 days ago

Jobs

City of Newton

The City of Newton is looking for a motivated, energetic environmental health inspector to join our team. Health Inspectors are responsible for a wide variety of work focusing on the connections between people and their environment.  Inspections are conducted throughout Newton in restaurants, housing, schools, pools and other facilities to ensure conformance to health regulations mandated by state government, local ordinances/regulations and relevant public health and safety codes. Successful candidates must have excellent communication, organizational and computer skills and a background in public health and/or environmental science. Certification in food safety, housing, septic, and certified pool operator a plus but can be obtained as part of employment. All interested parties encouraged to apply. Environmental Health inspectors are part of a robust Health and Human Services department with a collaborative multi-disciplinary team environment in high performing municipal setting.  

Responsible for conducting inspections of restaurant and food service establishments, food preparation, production, storage, sale or distribution establishments, schools, swimming pools, septic, wells, housing and other facility and/or site inspections for conformance to accepted health regulations, maintaining and promoting community health.  Enforces various state government, municipal ordinances and other regulations, and sanitary and environmental codes regarding public health and safety.

Read the full description and apply here.

Deadline: May 12, 2018
Posted: 1 week 5 days ago

Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH)

Position Overview

These positions present a seasonal opportunity to impact mosquito-borne illness in Massachusetts. During the mosquito season, employees will set up apparatus for field capture of mosquitoes and sort mosquitoes from other insects and identify species. Experience with ovitraps and mosquito rearing is beneficial. These staff will also perform various cleaning and other tasks in and about a mosquito laboratory setting and be trained to properly handle and deliver mosquito specimens to laboratory. 

Additional duties include various procedures for the detection and identification of viral agents, preparation of buffers and other solutions for use in isolating and identifying infectious agents, and general laboratory quality assurance including quality control of reagents, equipment and methods. 

Please note: These positions are seasonal and do not offer benefits. The work schedule is flexible including some weekends.

Qualifications
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.

 Minimum Entrance Requirements
Applicants must have at least (A) one year of full-time, or equivalent part-time, technical or professional experience in laboratory work in a recognized clinical, medical, hospital, chemical, water quality, public health, biological, bacteriological, marine sciences or materials testing laboratory, or (B) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below. 

Substitutions 
I. An Associate's degree or higher with a major in medical technology, chemistry, bacteriology, food science and technology, environmental science, chemical or environmental engineering, wastewater technology, oceanography or the biological sciences may be substituted for the required experience.  
II. The successful completion of one year of full-time, or equivalent part-time, education toward a degree at a recognized medical or dental school may be substituted for the required experience.  
III. The successful completion of training in a recognized school or hospital course or an American Medical Association (AMA) approved training program for laboratory technicians or medical technologists may be substituted for the required experience. 
IV. Registration as a medical technologist by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, the International Society for Clinical Laboratory Technicians or American Medical Technologists or as a bacteriologist by the National Registry of Microbiologists may be substituted for the required experience. 

Special Requirements: None.

For more information and to apply, click here

Deadline: April 30, 2018
Posted: 3 weeks 5 days ago

Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH)

The Code Enforcement Lead Inspector will have primary responsibility for enforcing the Lead Law in homes of lead poisoned children and other children under age 6. The Code Enforcement Lead Inspector will also be responsible for monitoring lead inspections conducted by private lead inspectors. This will involve responding to complaints, conducting field inspections to determine compliance with regulations, and reviewing private inspection records/files. The Code Enforcement Lead Inspector will coordinate and/or provide training and technical assistance to local health departments and code enforcement personnel in all aspects of enforcing Ch. 111, ss. 190-199 and 105 CMR 460.000.

Detailed Statement of Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conducts field inspections of dwellings, day care centers, other settings, and soil or other lead hazards as necessary.

  • Counsels parents and monitors the lead paint removal process and coordinates with other agencies to provide safe alternative housing during deleading.

  • Conducts title searches and initiates court proceedings in cases of non-compliance.

  • Effectively prosecutes cases of non-compliance in district and housing courts, both independently and cooperatively with program managers and Special Assistant Attorneys General.

  • Writes reports on all violations, complaints and inspections and maintains filing system of records and reports. Enters all required information into electronic database.

  • Develops training and educational materials to be used by public and private agencies to organize educational workshops and seminars on the subject of childhood lead poisoning prevention.  

  • Provides training and technical assistance to local boards of health, code enforcement departments, housing authorities, etc., in conducting lead paint inspections, enforcing lead poisoning prevention laws and regulations and monitoring lead paint abatement.

  • Conducts field inspections and investigates complaints regarding lead paint inspections to determine if there are violations of regulatory or licensing standards.

  • Conducts periodic reviews and evaluations of lead inspectors.

  • Conducts routine auditing of environmental paperwork for the weekly data   submissions to ensure completeness, and accuracy.

  • Responds to requests for technical assistance from housing agencies, code enforcement agencies, realtor associations and community service organizations.

  • Maintains filing system of records and reports and up-to-date electronic case management. 

**Please note the position requires a valid Massachusetts Class 3 motor vehicle license and access to a motor vehicle.

Preferred Qualifications at Hire:

  • Possession of a valid and current Massachusetts Lead Inspector License.

  • Knowledge of the types and uses of equipment used for the measurement of pollutant levels of air, water, soil, etc.

  • Knowledge of the field techniques used in collecting samples of pollutants.

  • Knowledge of field techniques used in measuring pollutant levels.

  • Knowledge of the calibration and/or adjustment techniques as applied to pollution control equipment. 

  • Knowledge of inspection techniques as applied to pollution control.

  • Skill in operating the measuring and testing equipment used in environmental protection work.

  • Ability to analyze and determine the applicability of environmental data, to draw conclusions and make appropriate recommendations.  

  • Ability to understand and apply the laws, rules, policies and procedures governing assigned unit activities.

  • Ability to work independently.

  • Ability to adapt to varying work situations.

  • Ability to establish and maintain harmonious working relationships with others. 

  • Ability to maintain accurate records.

  • Ability to exercise sound judgment.

  • Ability to communicate effectively in oral expression and in writing.

  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as plans, equipment operating manuals, specifications, layouts, blueprints, test results, technical manuals, etc.

  • Ability to prepare general reports.

For more information and to apply, click here

Deadline: April 30, 2018
Posted: 3 weeks 5 days ago

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) Program

Director of Licensing and Investigation (Director of L&I) Overview

The Director of L&I sits within the Bureau of Environmental Health (BEH) Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program. This position reports to the Assistant Director of CLPPP.
The Director of L&I will lead and supervise the CLPPP Licensing and Investigation Unit which is responsible for investigating complaints, development and auditing of training, reviewing requests for waivers from applicable regulations, moderate risk deleading, and developing environmental policies. The Director of L&I, will work with the CLPPP Assistant Director and other appropriate staff to develop, implement and oversee training, and to investigate and propose appropriate enforcement actions involving CLPPP licensees.
The Director of L&I will oversee complaint investigation and waiver review protocols. In addition, this position will supervise staff responsible for monitoring private sector data submissions and for responding to subpoenas and public records requests. The Director will develop a protocol to investigate problematic data and/or fraudulent compliance information and to meet public records retention and response requirements.
The Director of L&I will also work closely with the Director of Environmental Case Management to identify and respond to inspection or deleading procedures that require additional review or training. The Director of L&I will work closely with external partners including the Attorney General’s Office, Office for Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control grantees, Department of Housing and Community Development, and local community development and block grant recipients to promote understanding and compliance with the Massachusetts Lead Law and regulatory requirements. 

Detailed Statement of Duties And Responsibilities

Personnel Supervision & Operations

  • Supervises staff responsible for providing environmental training, complaint investigation, waiver response, and response to public records requests.
  • Conducts monthly team meetings to communicate protocols, build capacity, and foster working relationships.
  • Evaluates staff caseloads and responsibilities, and re-distributes workload accordingly.
  • Conducts meaningful and timely staff evaluations using supporting caseload data.
  • Directs the staff responsible for coordinating, as needed, refresher trainings for private lead inspectors, code enforcement inspectors, and code enforcement lead determinators.
  • Develops operational strategies and strategic protocols to prioritize and address compliance and enforcement. 

Program Administration & Compliance

  • Ensures program alignment with mission and strategic planning of the Bureau.
  • Monitors the investigations of inspector complaints and disciplinary responses to ensure adherence to complaint protocols and applicable legal procedures.
  • Monitors the investigations of unauthorized deleading complaints and CLPPP response to ensure adherence to complaint protocols and applicable legal procedures. 
  • Evaluates and prioritizes work site clean-up for lead contamination and remediation for unsafe deleading or renovation complaint investigations, which may include support for Department of Labor Standards staff and local authorities and issuance of Cease Work Orders, Emergency Clean Up Orders, and Orders To Correct.
  • Collaborates with DPH Office of General Counsel to undertake Agency Actions, if needed.
  • Determines enforcement actions and corrective measures to be taken when violation of laws, rules, and regulations are discovered.
  • Applies disciplinary actions in a thorough, fair, and consistent manner according to protocol.
  • Ensures the timely completion of disciplinary actions taken because of audits and investigations, including completion of probationary items.
  • Ensure staff maintains up-to-date electronic records as well as filing system of hardcopy records and reports.
  • Collaborates with federal partners to interpret and apply appropriate regulatory standard for housing assistance programs using federal funding streams. 

Policy Review and Development

  • Develops and reviews proposed policies, regulations, and programs affecting the environmental component.
  • Ensures policy issues that arise in the field are brought to the attention of the Director of Environmental Case Management and the Assistant Director.
  • Examines and evaluates federal statutory and regulatory requirements and impacts on Massachusetts statute and regulations. 

Training & Community Outreach

  • Develops training and educational materials for public and private agencies to organize educational workshops and seminars on the subject of childhood lead poisoning prevention. 
  • Supports local community development programs in interpreting federal and state regulations. 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience supervising staff.
  • Possession of a valid and current Massachusetts Master Lead Inspection License.
  • Knowledge of childhood lead exposure risks, laws and rules, lead mitigation laws, rules and best practices.
  • Knowledge of the types and uses of equipment used for the measurement of pollutants.
  • Knowledge of inspection techniques.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office software programs.
  • Valid Massachusetts Class 3 Motor Vehicle License.

For more information and to apply, click here.

Deadline: April 30, 2018
Posted: 3 weeks 5 days ago

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) Program

Training, Technical Assistance & Community Outreach 

  • Coordinates and/or monitors the trainings of all code enforcement and private inspectors.
  • Provides training and technical assistance to local boards of health, code enforcement departments, housing authorities, etc., in conducting lead paint inspections, enforcing lead poisoning prevention laws and regulations and monitoring abatement.
  • Approves and audits private training providers to offer initial lead inspection course.
  • Approves and audits private training providers to offer moderate risk deleading course to owners/agents.
  • Coordinates, as needed, refresher trainings for private lead inspectors, code enforcement inspectors, and code enforcement lead determinators.
  • Provides technical assistance for owners/agents and staff regarding moderate risk deleading policies.
  • Develops training and educational materials for public and private agencies to organize educational workshops and seminars on the subject of childhood lead poisoning prevention. 
  • Supports local community development programs in interpreting federal and state regulations.
  • Oversees review of apprenticeship package submissions for public and private provisional inspectors, and provides field training as needed to provisional code enforcement inspectors. 

Investigations, Complaints & Compliance 

  • Coordinates the investigation of inspector complaints/unauthorized deleading complaints and the review of more complex waiver requests.
  • Conducts investigations of inspector complaints, and guides investigation work of other CLPPP staff.
  • Conducts investigations of unauthorized deleading complaints, and guides investigation work of other staff.
  • Assists the Licensing and Investigation Coordinator and General Counsel with agency actions taken because of egregious complaints. Applies disciplinary actions in a thorough, fair, and consistent manner according to protocol.
  • Monitors the completion of disciplinary actions taken because of audits and investigations, including completion of probationary items.
  • Assists the Director of Environmental Case Management with the investigation of complex code enforcement cases, including alternative source investigations and cases of re-exposure. 

Program Administration 

  • Oversees the moderate risk deleading program for owners/agents.
  • Works in collaboration with all staff of the CLPPP team—attends meetings, contributes to annual planning and program prioritization based on resources and needs.
  • Audits inspection reports and reviews deleading contracts for housing units that have qualified for federal funds through Mass Housing and the Division of Housing and Community Development.
  • Maintains up-to-date electronic records as well as filing system of hardcopy records and reports.
  • Reports to Licensing and Investigation Coordinator and other senior staff regarding serious violations, complaints and inspections with regards to audits, reviews, and investigations.
  • Assists in other team or independent projects, as needed.
  • Assists the Licensing and Investigation Director responsible for collaborating with federal partners interpreting the intersection of state and federal regulations for federal housing and rehabilitation assistance program.  

Minimum Entrance Requirements
Applicants must have at least (A) three years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, technical or professional experience in the field of environmental science, biology, chemistry, earth science, environmental health, meteorology, natural science, toxicology or public health, of which (B) at least one year must have been in a professional capacity, or (C) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the following substitutions.

Substitutions 
I. An Associate's degree with a major in the field of environmental science, biology, chemistry, earth science, environmental health, meteorology, natural science, toxicology or public health may be substituted for a maximum of one year of the required (A) experience.* 
II. A Bachelor's degree with a major in the field of environmental science, biology, chemistry, earth science, environmental health, meteorology, natural science, toxicology or public health may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the required (A) experience.*  
III. A Graduate degree with a major in environmental science, biology, chemistry, earth science, environmental health, meteorology, natural science, toxicology or public health may be substituted for the required experience.* 
*Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually complete

For more information and to apply, click here

Deadline: April 30, 2018
Posted: 3 weeks 5 days ago

Epic Systems Corporation

As a project manager, you'll work side by side with our customers to install our software, help them to lead and manage change, and ultimately transform the way they provide healthcare for over 50% of Americans. Project managers develop creative strategies to achieve a common end goal while collaborating with smart and innovative colleagues from all roles. Customers will see you as the face of Epic, and you'll form long-lasting relationships with your teams. No two days are the same - you'll never stop learning and growing. You'll have the autonomy to make important decisions while receiving support and guidance along the way. You bring your intelligence, creativity and curiosity; we'll teach you the rest. Are you looking for a client-facing role that’s more technical? Check out our Technical Problem Solver team. More than just important work. Epic is located in Madison, Wisconsin, a city regularly ranked as one of America's best places to live. You'll earn competitive wages and receive benefits befitting a leading software company (401k match, great health insurance, life insurance, performance bonuses and stock appreciation rights). Epic's environment is one of continuous learning; you'll have access to opportunities to expand your skill set and share your knowledge with others.

To learn more information and to apply, click here

Deadline: May 12, 2018
Posted: 4 months 2 days ago

Internships

Massachusetts Department of Public Health

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s (MDPH) Division of Epidemiology and Immunization is seeking up to 35 graduate students to intern in local health departments during the summer of 2018. Cities and towns currently seeking interns are listed in this posting. The positions to be filled are Local Public Health Interns. The selected students will work on various projects within local health departments that may include environmental health, communicable disease case investigation, needs assessment, bioterrorism and emergency preparedness, health education, data entry/analysis, health policy, food safety, substance abuse, and other duties as determined by the local health department in collaboration with the student.

Accepted students will also be offered the opportunity to spend time shadowing epidemiologists and health educators at the MDPH Bureau of Infectious Disease Prevention and Laboratory Services, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, and the Division of Global Populations. The applicant must have completed at least one semester of graduate level public health course work preferably including, but not limited to, one course each in epidemiology, environmental health, and biostatistics. Students should be able to work independently and have basic computer skills. Clinical experience and/or prior work experience is a plus, but is not required. Applicants must be able to communicate effectively in English. Most students will need access to a vehicle; however, some cities/towns have public transportation. The student will be required to attend both an orientation program and the closing session held in Boston. On the closing day, each student will be required to provide an oral or poster presentation for fellow interns, local public health agents and MDPH representatives summarizing his or her experience.

Upon completion of this internship each student will have an excellent understanding of the various roles of local health departments in Massachusetts and will have obtained hands-on experience in the practice of public health. Estimated number of hours required per week: 15-20 (Hours are flexible in most communities) Students must commit to a minimum of 160 hours during the summer (Estimated time frame: 5/23/18- 8/15/18). At this time, listed opportunities are unpaid internships.

For more information and on how to apply, click here

Deadline: May 31, 2018
Posted: 1 month 1 week ago

Public Health Institute of Western MA

This position will give the Research and Evaluation Intern (R&E Intern) an opportunity to learn about research and evaluation in a real world setting. The R&E Intern will analyze and summarize population-based youth survey data, including drafting a summary report of survey findings. The R&E Intern will also get experience understanding how to use data to improve and/or inform local programs and initiatives.  The anticipated timeframe for this unpaid position is 3-5 months.

Learning Objectives

  • Strengthen data analysis skills.
  • Strengthen data communication and writing skills.
  • Gain a better understanding of survey research.

Requirements

  • STATA and Microsoft Office
  • Graduate student in public health
  • Writing skills
  • Ability to follow directions and work independently. 
  • Applicants must have transportation to and around Springfield. 
  • Ability to dedicate 10-15 hours per week to this intern program.

About the Public Health Institute of Western MA
The Public Health Institute of Western MA (PHIWM), providing skills, expertise and experience to create successful public health campaigns and sustainable system changes to improve health and well-being in the region.  Through partnerships, we build on community assets and build community capacity to positively impact social determinants of health.  Our services include Research and Assessment, Coalition-building, Program Evaluation and Health Policy Development. PHIWM is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit with a 20-member Board of Directors and relies on state, federal and private grants and contracts. PHIWM contracts with Baystate Health for Human Resources services.  For more details, visit www.PublicHealthWM.org

How to Apply
Please send a cover letter, resume, and a writing sample (preferably demonstrating your ability to interpret data) to info@partnersforahealthiercommunity.org with the subject line “R&E Intern”.  Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

 

Deadline: April 30, 2018
Posted: 1 month 2 weeks ago

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Two fellowship opportunities are currently available in the Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in Rockville, Maryland.

OAH coordinates adolescent health promotion and disease prevention programs and initiatives across HHS and works in partnership with other HHS agencies to support evidence-based approaches to improve the health of adolescents.

The fellows will join a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who oversee national grant programs to prevent teen pregnancy and provide support services to expectant and parenting teens, as well as several research and evaluation studies aimed at furthering the evidence of what works to prevent teen pregnancy. The team provides a wide range of support to grantees to ensure their programs and evaluation activities are of the highest quality, including ongoing programmatic and evaluation training and technical assistance, monitoring through the use of uniform performance measure data, assistance disseminating program successes and results, and support for program sustainability.

The fellows will have opportunities to be involved in the following activities:

  • Designing and administering a survey to current OAH grantees to assess the adequacy and quality of support services provided by OAH, analyze survey results, and develop recommendations for OAH.
  • Assisting in developing and supporting a grantee advisory committee to provide feedback to OAH on program direction, grantee needs, technical assistance products, and OAH guidance.
  • Conducting assessments on various topics to determine how OAH grantees are meeting grant expectations.Topics may include, but are not limited to, assessing what OAH grantees are doing to ensure their programs are trauma-informed and inclusive of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) youth; identifying best practices from grantees for serving expectant and parenting teens; and assessing how grantees establish effective linkages and referrals for youth-friendly healthcare services.
  • Assisting OAH project officers in managing a portfolio of grantees to prevent teen pregnancy and support expectant and parenting teens.
  • Conducting literature reviews on topics related to enhancing the effectiveness of OAH grant programs.
  • Assisting with special projects such as disseminating grantee successes, and developing publications and presentations to showcase program outcomes.

This program, administered by ORAU through its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy to manage the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, was established through an interagency agreement between DOE and HHS. The initial appointment is for one year, but may be renewed upon recommendation of HHS contingent on the availability of funds. The participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with educational level and experience. Proof of health insurance is required for participation in this program. The appointment is full-time at HHS in the Rockville, Maryland, area. Participants do not become employees of HHS, DOE or the program administrator, and there are no employment-related benefits.

For more information and how to apply, click here

Deadline: May 1, 2018
Posted: 2 months 2 weeks ago

The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC)

The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) is excited to announce the launch of the next round of our Internship Challenge! This year-round workforce development program focuses on enhancing the talent pipeline for Massachusetts life sciences companies by providing college students and recent graduates with hands-on work experience through internship opportunities at life sciences companies. The program creates hundreds of new internships each year by enabling small companies to hire paid interns. Since 2009, the MLSC has facilitated the placement of over 3,300 internships at more than 680 companies across the Commonwealth!

We kindly request that you and your institution assist us in notifying students about this opportunity.

This year, the program will offer paid internships to more than 500 college students and recent graduates who are considering career opportunities in the life sciences. Host companies will commit to providing a dedicated mentor and meaningful internship opportunity that relates to the academic focus of students. Studies have shown the value and necessity of providing students with paid internships, and we hope that this opportunity to explore a career path in life sciences will enhance the students' academic training.
We accept applications from eligible students via our website year-round, but the new application for internships taking place this summer is now open. There is no application deadline but students are urged to apply between February and April for increased opportunity to secure a summer placement.
Companies that register with us to host interns are given access to review applications and are instructed to contact students directly for interviews. The MLSC is offering to reimburse companies (with 100 or fewer employees in MA) for intern stipends of up to $8,160 for students selected through the program (amount is based on a pay rate of $17/hour for 12 weeks).

Any student enrolled in a Massachusetts college or university is eligible to apply, provided that they meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • 2-year/Community College/Certificate students must be enrolled in an Associate's Degree or Certificate program or have completed one within the past year.
  • 4-year college or university students must have or will complete(d) at least their freshman year the semester before the internship, or have graduated within the past year.
  • Graduate students must be enrolled in a Master's Degree program or have received their Master's Degree within the past year. Other advanced degree candidates are not eligible

For more information, click here

Deadline: May 31, 2018
Posted: 3 months 3 days ago