Please Note: Interns will be paid $14.00 an hour.

    • The 2016 Summer Internship program will take place from June 20th through August 5th. If you have any known conflicts that would prevent you from attending the program every weekday for the entire period, please do NOT apply.
    • You can download a copy of the application or complete the form below.

    Submit the following documents by attaching to the end of this form or by email (nneal@sansum.org). If you would like to submit a paper copy, please postmark by April 1st.

    • An Applicant Statement that describes your future academic plans and interest in a medical career or the biomedical sciences. Why did you decide to apply to this program? How will it help you and your career choice? Describe any research or independent study experience, relevant work experience, honors and special interests. Indicate whether you are interested in a medical research or clinical career. Maximum 2 pages.
    • Two letters of recommendation from school officials (e.g. college science faculty, previous science preceptors, academic advisor, etc.) who have direct knowledge of your scientific interests and abilities. If sent by the applicant, the letter should be in a sealed envelope, signed by the author on the back flap.
    • Transcripts from all colleges listed on the application.
    • Our program is designed for advanced undergraduates (third or fourth year) or recent college graduates planning admission to medical school. All applicants selected for this program will be required to provide acceptable proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

  • I have no known conflicts that would prevent me from attending every week day during the upcoming internship.

    I certify that the information provided in this application is correct.

  • Please upload your Applicant Statement and any Letters of Recommendation or College Transcripts you have on hand.

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