SUMMER INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN!

"I encourage citizens, Government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and communities across the Nation to join in activities that will increase awareness about hepatitis and what we can do to prevent it."
    -President Barack Obama 

RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS

Research and Programming 
We are seeking a programmer who is interested in healthcare and public health to develop/code a user-friendly decision analysis tool for chronic hepatitis from an already existing Markov model and a large database that consists of spreadsheets. The completed tool would be made available on the Asian Liver Center website and to healthcare workers in developing countries. 


OUTREACH INTERNSHIPS 


Corporate Outreach
Develop and implement innovative programming to promote HBV/liver cancer prevention among employees working at Fortune 500 companies and small businesses.  Support local outreach in Cupertino by working with restaurant and small biz owners.

Global Youth Outreach
Guide and coordinate high school and college students in the US and China, to promote HBV/liver cancer awareness. Support national Team HBV chapters; the Annual Team HBV Collegiate Conference; and early concept development for Stanford's Annual Youth Leadership Conference on API Health. 

Social Media & Marketing
Mobilize the community and inspire engagement with the #JOINJADE movement via our primary platforms, to promote HBV/liver cancer awareness. Coordinate content with your peers and our Beijing office, and develop specialized campaigns. You'll use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pixlee, and more! 

Design & Marketing 
Mobilize the community and inspire engagement with the #JOINJADE movement via our primary platforms, to promote HBV/liver cancer awareness. You will coordinate content with your peers and our Beijing office, and develop specialized campaigns. 

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

Youth Leadership Conference 
Help plan and produce the Annual Youth Leadership Conference on Asian and Pacific Islander Health at Stanford University. Bring together 100 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.

Global Health
Research, develop projects, and perform other tasks relating to tackling hepatitis B globally through systemic solutions. 


HOW TO APPLY

Deadline: MONDAY, MAY 11th, 2015 @5PM 

RESEARCH Internship candidates: 
Submit cover letter and resume to Dr. Mehlika Toy at mtoy@stanford.edu

OUTREACH Internships 
-Submit cover letter and resume to community communityoutreach.alc@gmail.com
-Subject of your email with attachments should read as follows: 
Internship_Your Name_Desired Role (e.g., Internship_Elizabeth More_Global Health) 


WHAT ELSE? 

Attendance is mandatory for the following: 
  • 40 hours/week, M-F, 9AM-5:30PM 
  • Intern orientation 
  • Key outreach events (ongoing)
  • Youth Leadership Conference (August 5-8)
  • 1-hour weekly internship meeting. Time to be mutually agreed upon by all interns. 
Location 
Our NEW location is blocks away 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


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


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

Mie-Na Srein 
mienas@stanford.edu 
650-736-8608
For more information about the Asian Liver Center or hepatitis B, visit http://liver.stanford.edu.