The Emory Healthcare (EHC) Administrative Internship is aimed at highly motivated individuals who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate-level program and are interested in pursuing a career in healthcare.
The Emory Healthcare (EHC) Administrative Internship is an 11-week, full-time program designed for highly motivated individuals who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate-level program and are interested in pursuing a career in healthcare. The curriculum is designed to provide young leaders with a comprehensive learning experience at a premier academic health system featuring some of the nation's top-ranked hospitals.
Program participants will be exposed to hospital operations and system leadership through project-based work and learning experiences. Project opportunities will vary and reflect both the participant's learning goals and the organization's needs. In addition to project work, candidates will attend senior leadership meetings, tour Emory Healthcare hospitals and facilities, meet key role players across the organization, and present to the Emory Healthcare Executive Leadership Team.
The Administrative Internship will begin mid-May and run through late July (11 Weeks). Students work full-time during the week and are responsible for meeting their projects’ respective deadlines.
Students are placed in various areas throughout Emory Healthcare based on student interest and department needs. Placement will be determined during the selection process. Previous placements have included:
- Emory Decatur Hospital
- Emory University Hospital Midtown (EUHM) Quality Improvement.
- Emory University Hospital (EUH) Nursing
- Strategic Planning Office
- Facilities Management & Engineering
- Lean Promotion Office
- Emory Johns Creek Hospital (EJCH)
- And many more!
Compensation is pre-determined based upon the student's current level of education and the availability of funds. The current rate is $15/hour for undergraduate students and $18/hour for graduate students.
Housing is not offered as part of compensation, but students have chosen to live at Emory University's Clairmont campus or used Emory resources to search for additional locations.