For Internship Coordinators
Internship opportunities will be solicited on a rolling basis, with the majority identified in alignment with the academic calendar (fall, spring, summer) and posted for applications in the months preceding the start of a given semester.
Once a student has been matched with an internship opportunity, we will proceed with the onboarding process, which may entail the following (depending on the location of placement):
- Proof of requisite vaccinations and negative TB test
- Criminal background check
- Drug screening
- Proof of health insurance
- Signed confidentiality agreement
If you are an internship coordinator at Duke University or one of our partner institutions, please contact Taryn Cavanaugh Faulk at email@example.com for information about available internships and access to our application and onboarding portals.
If you are an internship coordinator at a school not currently affiliated with Duke, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about the possibility of obtaining the requisite affiliation agreement for your university to create a pipeline of interns between our two schools.