Do you want to work on meaningful and impactful projects that make a difference to the individual members of the surrounding communities?*?¯Are you looking for a program that will allow you to collaborate with healthcare leaders and fellow interns, while receiving training on the tools to succeed in the workforce? If this sounds exciting, then Atlantic Health System's 10-week summer internship program may be great for you!
Working with Melanoma Research
Initiate and perform own research
Work alongside our Biostatistician and compose research findings for publication
Shadow research team members
Work directly with Physicians to facilitate furthering melanoma research and publication of hose findings
Applicants must be currently enrolled in a full-time accredited public or private College/University
Be in good academic standing
Work 37.5 hours per week and commit to a minimum of 375 hours for the duration of the internship
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Knowledge of research protocol & compliance
Strong data management abilty
Solid understanding of Excel and can easily create graphs from data
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
US Citizen or permanent resident
Enrolled in STEM related field (e.g. pre-med, biology, biochemistry etc)
Atlantic Health System aims to deliver the highest quality, safety and care combined the best experience for our patients and their families. We are confident that you will find success within Atlantic Health System, which has been named for the 14th year in a row to Fortune's 'Top 100 Best U.S. Companies to Work For' list. We believe you will find that our culture of collaboration and care exemplifies the value we place on our patients, their families and our employees.
Atlantic Health System, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer and federal contractor or subcontractor and therefore abides by applicable laws to protect applicants and employees from discrimination in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and sexual orientation), national origin, citizenship status, disability, age, genetics, or veteran status.