Summer and post-graduation opportunities are listed here! Please re-check regularly, as various opportunities are posted throughout the year. Also, check the Career Center‘s “Handshake” for listings.

  • Attend the 2019 ADEA GoDental Recruitment Event on March 16, 2019 in Chicago, IL. The event is four days of speaker sessions, workshops, and networking opportunities with dental education colleagues. Registration for this event opens in November.

  • Kuchnir Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery is recruiting students from Carleton for the Kuchnir Dermatology Bridge Year Program. We actively advertise the program in the fall with an application deadline of Friday January 11th 2019. Students will need to submit a resume and cover letter addressed to Dr. Kuchnir to gapyearkdds@gmail.com to apply for the program.

  • Full-time position assisting physician/physician assistant with patient histories, assisting with office surgery, scribing via EMR, and helping with other aspects of a clinical practice. This position is much like a junior resident.

  • Reina Desrouleaux (’17, Chemistry) works with Andrew Wang, MD/PhD in the rheumatology department at the Yale School of Medicine, who is currently hiring post graduate research associates. It’s a 2 year position and is ideal for someone interested in a career in research. 

    The lab of Joseph Craft, MD is also hiring. More information can be found at:

  • Childcare Intern

    12 April 2018

    HealthFinders is looking for a child care intern to start this May and continue next school year. Child care interns take care of children and teach them about health-related subjects while their parents attend a free exercise class. If you’re interested, send a resume and cover letter to me (johnsond2) by April 20th.

  • Hands of Hope Internship

    13 March 2018

    Casa de Esperanza provides residential care to children birth through six who are in crisis due to abuse, neglect, or the effects of HIV. Care is provided in our neighborhood by our Hands of Hope interns. Information about our internship may be found here:

    https://www.casahope.org/p-hands-of-hope-internship

    Our internship may especially appeal to pre-med students who wish to complete a year of service before attending medical school.

  • CCCE Summer 2018 Fellowship – Clinic Process Improvement Fellow

    1 March 2018

    Reporting to the director of clinical operations, the fellow would spend the summer embedded in a clinical support staff role, working in our primary medical and dental clinics to support direct patient care. Their specific role may vary depending on their skills and/or interest, however over the course of the summer they fellow would work with organization staff to identify a process improvement project, lead clinic staff through an assessment of the issue, research and implement changes in context, and study if the changes made an impact on the proposed problem.

    This is a 10 week long, part-time fellowship and is eligible for CCCE funding, up to $4,000 based on demonstrated financial need.

    Application due March 4th. Apply via the Tunnel.

    For more information on CCCE fellowships, please visit: https://apps.carleton.edu/ccce/fellowships/community_engaged_fellowships/2018-fellowships/

  • CCCE Summer 2018 Fellowship – Growing Up Healthy Fellowship

    1 March 2018

    The Growing Up Healthy Fellow would have two primary functions during Summer 2018: 1) to support data analysis and grant reporting efforts and 2) support community-based activities and events. The fellow will work to build effective relationships with individuals and organizations central to the work of Growing Up Healthy, coordinate and support community volunteers, and advocate for systems-level change. They will have the opportunity to identify, promote, coordinate, and carry out collaborative projects between community members and city, school, and community service providers.

    This is a 10 week long, part-time fellowship and is eligible for CCCE funding, up to $2,000 based on demonstrated financial need.

    Application due March 4th. Apply via the Tunnel.

    For more information on CCCE fellowships, please visit: https://apps.carleton.edu/ccce/fellowships/community_engaged_fellowships/2018-fellowships/

  • CCCE Summer 2018 Fellowship – Healthy Communities Video Production

    1 March 2018

    HCI needs approximately 6 short (1.5-2 minutes) videos filmed, edited and produced in order to highlight more than 20 supported programs through the web and social media. They are seeking a student with demonstrated skills in all aspects of filming, editing and producing short videos. This student would need access to her/his (or Carleton’s) audio, video and editing equipment as HCI does not own any. The videos will include b-roll and short interviews with community members and partners associated with HCI’s supported programs. The videos produced by this fellow will be used to highlight HCI’s supported programs through their social media accounts and on the web. Additionally, these videos will serve as a key resource in their reports to grant funders and donors. This is a chance to use another medium to share a story and inspire additional giving to sustain programs.

    This is an 8 week long, part-time or full-time fellowship and is eligible for CCCE funding, up to $2,000 based on demonstrated financial need.

    Application due March 4th. Apply via the Tunnel.

    For more information on CCCE fellowships, please visit: https://apps.carleton.edu/ccce/fellowships/community_engaged_fellowships/2018-fellowships/

  • Healthy Community Initiative (HCI) needs short (1.5 to 2 min) videos to highlight the success of more than 20 supported programs. The videos produced by the summer Fellowship will be shared through social media accounts and on their website. Additionally, the videos will be used in presentations and reports to grant funders and donors to both thank them for their financial backing and to inspire additional giving.

    Application due March 4th. Apply via the Tunnel.