MPH Internship

MPH Internships

145 Yale School of Public Health students embarked for places near and far during the summer of 2015 to complete their M.P.H. internships in a wide range of governmental, non-profit and for-profit organizations in local, state, national and international settings.

All second-year MPH students are required to do a 10-12 week full-time summer internship. The MPH internship enables students to participate in real world public health projects and research through local, national and international placements. It is also an opportunity for students to clarify their professional goals and to evaluate their career options. Both the Office of Career Services and the Office of Public Health Practice each play roles in assisting students with the summer internship process. The Office of Career Services helps students with the search process, funding and how the experience can fit into their professional plans. The Office of Public Health Practice evaluates and assists students in fulfilling both the internship and practice requirements.

Meeting Internship Requirements

The Office of Public Health Practice offers special workshops during the spring semester to provide hands on support to students in developing their internship work plans. One-on-one assistance is also available upon request.
April 30: Student work plans are due in the Office of Public Health Practice for review and approval. 
September 15: Student’s Evaluation and Final Report are due. 
September 15: Preceptor Evaluation is due.

Important Dates

February - Attend one of the mandatory internship meetings

February - Attend one of the funding workshops

March 26  - Funding applications due

April 30 - Student Work plans due

September 15 - Student Evaluation and Final Report due

September 15 - Preceptor Evaluation due