The IHME Internship is a structured program in which undergraduates can receive professional experience as well as education and training opportunities to enhance career readiness. This internship provides a unique opportunity for undergraduates to work in a dynamic and agile organization at the intersection of nonprofit work, technology development, academia, and research. Interns will have the opportunity to contribute to mission-critical work, learn from experts in the field, and interact with diverse and international staff.
For the 2018 internship cycle, IHME will offer tracks in the following areas:
- Global Engagement
- Financial Planning
Each track will provide a unique and customized experience where individuals have the opportunity to explore a specific professional domain, participate in collaborative projects, receive mentorship from experts, and learn a new set of skills and knowledge. Interns get hands-on opportunities to work on projects that are critical to the success of our research and expansion of our organization. The IHME internship program is designed as an experiential learning opportunity intended to enhance personal growth, career development, and academic achievement.
The IHME internship program runs between June 18 and August 24. IHME requires interns to commit to 10 weeks of continuous work. Due to the onboarding training and deliverables expected of the position, candidates must commit to this 10-week timeline.
Interns will receive compensation of $15.45 an hour. Stipends for housing, travel, and transportation are not available through this program.
Housing, travel, and transportation:
Housing: Interns are responsible for their housing, meals, and local transportation. Housing is available at the University of Washington’s student dorms for the duration of the program. Housing applications will be sent to students who are selected to participate in the program. For more information about the amenities offered at the UW, please visit UW Student Housing: https://www.washington.edu/about/housing/. Interns are welcome to make their own housing arrangements.
Travel and transportation: Interns are responsible for all travel and transportation. Participants are eligible to purchase a subsidized transportation pass for public transportation within and around Seattle.