The PRCHN is committed to providing training & mentoring opportunities to help train the next generation of public health researchers and increase research capacity in our community.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: As of 3/17, The 2020 PRCHN Summer Internship Program will still commence as planned, but due to COVID-19's rapid advances, at this time we cannot guarantee we will be able to host interns this summer. This page will be updated with new information when it arises. Please contact Madeline Castele, [email protected], for any questions or concerns. Thank you.
The PRCHN offers many diverse internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students and accepts applications throughout the year.
The PRCHN offers three internship sessions during the year: Fall, Spring and Summer. The start and
end dates of the internships are flexible within the session timelines (see table below) to accommodate individual schedules. The internship begins with a mandatory half-day orientation and introduction to the PRCHN and to the specific project to which the intern is assigned. This is also a great opportunity to
meet your fellow interns and the staff at the center.
|May 15--Aug 31
|Sept 15--Dec 15
|Jan 15--May 15
*The start and end dates of internships are negotiable within the timelines above to accommodate individual schedules.
**The PRCHN has many student opportunities throughout the year. If you are interested, please complete an application.
The PRCHN offers competitive pre-doctoral research fellowships, including tuition and a living stipend,
to support two years of full-time pre-doctoral studies and research in the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics. Funds support students as they secure additional long-term funding to complete PhD
training. For more information, click here
. For information on how to apply to the CWRU PhD program,
The monthly lunchtime seminars include presentations from local and national experts on topics related to community health. The trans-
disciplinary audience includes students, faculty, community organization
staff members, CWRU staff, and community advisory board members.
As well as serving as an educational seminar the lunchtime meetings
also serve as an opportunity to discuss possible future research. Topics covered in the past have included geographic information system
mapping, enhancing food stamp use at farmers markets, and foreclosure and health. To find out more and to see our latest speakers, click here.