SUMMER 2018 Applications are OPEN!

Application Deadline: Monday April 30th @11:59 PM, 2018.

If you would like to be notified when applications open in the future for summer or academic year, please put your contact information on our Asian Liver Center Internship Interest Form.



*Click on each position for more details*

Community Health

Coordinate educational resources for physicians, nurses and patients; community associations; and more. Planning and implementation of advocacy events in local communities. Other projects include educational outreach at community health fairs, festivals, and other community events. 

Innovation and Strategic Partnerships 
Identify and craft innovative ways to engage the community and corporations, and cultivate partnerships. 

Join us in eliminating hepatitis B as a major global health threat by 2030! We are working to eliminate hepatitis B through developing strategic partnerships with World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Non-Governmental Organizations, national ministries of health, and providing consultation and technical support. The global health intern will research, develop projects and web tools, and perform other tasks relating to tackling hepatitis B globally through systemic solutions. 

Use Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator to create original designs for ALC flyers, brochures, posters, and websites. Your work will be featured at outreach events and on the official Stanford website. 

Social Media & Digital Communities

Mobilize the community and inspire engagement with the JOINJADE movement via our primary platforms, to promote HBV/liver cancer awareness.

Plan the 2018 Youth Leadership Conference at Stanford University, which brings together 100 high school students from around the world to train them in leadership and motivate them to take action against the biggest health disparity faced by Asians and Pacific Islanders today, hepatitis B.  You will also need to help develop and implement innovative ideas that will engage community partners.

Community Outreach and Perinatal Health
This internship provides excellent experience for careers in community health, program management/coordination/development, and advocacy.  The intern will also need to assist with our perinatal program that seeks to reduce mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B.  The ideal candidate should love interpersonal interaction, have an aptitude for organization, and be capable of multitasking. 


Email your cover letter and resume to the following contacts by Monday, April 30, 2018  at 11:59 PM:

Community Outreach: Dr. Hang Pham, 

Innovation and Strategic Partnerships: Mie-Na Hwang,  (NOTE: please see application requirements at the end of the position description)

Global Health: Dr. Samuel So,

Graphic Design: Jasmine Koon,

Social Media & Digital Communities: Mie-Na Hwang, 

Youth Leadership Conference: Dr. Samuel So,

Community Outreach and Perinatal Health: Sharon Yao,

-Subject of your email with attachments should read as follows: 
Internship_Your Name_Desired Role (e.g., Internship_Elizabeth More_Community Health) 


  • 40 hours/week during our core business hours of M-F, 9AM-5:30PM 
  • Intern orientation 
  • Key outreach events (ongoing)
  • Youth Leadership Conference participation, from August 1-4, 2018
  • 1-hour weekly internship meeting. Time to be mutually agreed upon by all interns. 

We are located across from Stanford Hospital and can be reached via the free Marguerite Shuttle!

Asian Liver Center at Stanford University of Medicine 

780 Welch Road, CJ130

Palo Alto, CA 94304

Interns will be eligible to receive a performance-based monetary award at the conclusion of the internship. 

Check our FAQs first. If your question is still not answered, contact: 

Mie-Na Hwang

For more information about the Asian Liver Center or hepatitis B, visit



The Asian Liver Center at Stanford University is the first non-profit organization in the United States that addresses the disproportionately high rates of chronic hepatitis B infection and liver cancer in Asians and Asian Americans. Founded in 1996, the center addresses the gaps in the fight against hepatitis B through a four-pronged approach of collaboration, advocacy, research, and education & outreach (CARE). The ultimate goal of the Center is to eliminate the transmission and stigma of hepatitis B, and reduce deaths from liver cancer and liver disease caused by chronic hepatitis B.

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Internship Program

The success of the Asian Liver Center is due no less to the incredible interns that work with us. College internships, with opportunities for awards, are available for both the summer and academic year.

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