Deadline: February 19, 2016
This is the 13th year of the Occupational Health Internship Program (OHIP), a field-based learning experience in occupational safety and health. Teams of two students are placed with labor unions or community-based organizations to work on projects that investigate job-related health and safety issues among workers, often of new immigrant groups, employed in an under-served or a high hazard job.
Students can apply to work in any of the following cities, regardless of where they now reside: San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, New Orleans, New York City, Oklahoma and Lincoln (NE). Supervision and mentorship are provided by senior occupational health researchers from UC Berkeley, UCLA, University of Illinois at Chicago, Tufts University, Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals, and the California Department of Public Health.
The program is open both to undergraduates (3rd and 4th year) and graduate students with an interest in occupational health or related fields. A stipend is provided for the 9-week experience ($4,000 for undergraduates, $5,200 for graduates). Housing allowance is not provided but we can assist those relocating for the summer to find temporary housing.
More information about the program, and how to apply, can be obtained at the OHIP website at www.aoec.org/ohip. and in the document below.
2016 OHIP National Flyer
Note, Lincoln, NE was selected as a host site for the Occupational Health Internship Program (OHIP) for this summer! Students in Lincoln will work with the Nebraska DHHS Occupational Health program and a Lincoln-based community-based organization. This is a great opportunity for paid experience, without having to incur the expense of relocating to a different city over the summer.