Asian Liver Center is currently hiring for the 2021 Summer Internship Cohort!
Application Deadline: April 25, 2021
See position descriptions and details below.
If you would like to be notified when applications are open for future summer or academic terms, please sign up on the Asian Liver Center Internship Interest Form.
Internship dates are from Monday, 06/07/2021 through Friday, 08/13/2021.
Fulltime (40 hours per week) during business hours, M-F, 9:00 AM-5:30 PM.
Weekly internship meeting. Time to be mutually agreed upon by all interns.
To comply with the social distancing guidelines, the interns will be working from home until there are new instructions in place.
Shall access to office for work purposes be needed, pre-approval is required.
Our office are located across from Stanford Hospital and can be reached via the free Marguerite Shuttle!
Asian Liver Center at Stanford University School of Medicine
780 Welch Road Suite CJ130
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Interns are eligible to receive a performance-based stipend at the conclusion of the internship up to $2,500.
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Support the development of a hepatitis B/hepatitis C screening bill in California. You'll help navigate the legislative process and build a strong coalition of community partners in support of the bill which seeks to support identify chronic carriers and get them linked to care to prevent liver cancer.
Plan and implement virtual community outreach and advocacy activities. Coordinate educational resources for physicians, nurses and patients; community associations; and more. Conduct desk review and patient interview for community research. Implement outreach at community health fairs, festivals, and other community events shall the situation allows.
Plan and implement the advocacy events in local communities. You will also need to plan and execute the 2021 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.
This internship provides excellent experience for careers in global and community health, program management/coordination/development, and advocacy. The intern will assist with our perinatal program that seeks to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B and protect infected mothers from disease complications.
The research intern will be tasked with research into large data sets and from literature reviews to help document the burden of chronic viral hepatitis at the national and subnational level. The candidate must be highly proficient with Excel and PowerPoint, detailed orientated and willing to take on new challenges.
Use Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator to create original designs for flyers, brochures, posters, and websites. Your work will be featured at outreach events and on the official Stanford website.
We are seeking a student passionate about impacting communities through digital content. Your work will directly influence brand awareness and the growth of our digital communities to improve community health!
HOW TO APPLY
Email your CV and Cover Letter to the following contacts by April 25, 2021:
Community Health Outreach: Dr. Hang Pham, email@example.com
Digital Content and Social Media: Nancy Ko Masuda, firstname.lastname@example.org
Graphic Design: Jasmine Koon, email@example.com
Legislation and Community Organization: Nancy Ko Masuda, firstname.lastname@example.org
Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention: Dr. Samuel So, email@example.com
Research: Dr. Samuel So, firstname.lastname@example.org
The subject of your email with attachments should read as follows:
Internship_Your Name_Desired Role (e.g., Internship_Elizabeth More_Community Health)
ABOUT ASIAN LIVER CENTER
Founded in 1996, Asian Liver Center at Stanford University is the first non-profit organization in the United States to address the disproportionately high rates of chronic hepatitis B infection and liver cancer in Asians and Asian Americans.
The Center is a global leader working to end transmission, deaths, and discrimination associated with hepatitis B through CARE: Collaboration, Advocacy, Research, and Education/Outreach.
For more information visit med.stanford.edu/liver