Prospective Interns

Undergraduate interns are required to volunteer 6+ hours/week and commit to at least two, consecutive semesters. Graduate interns are required to work 10+ hours/week. Priority is given to interns who can volunteer in the mornings/early afternoon as many of our patient’s needs (e.g., clinic appointments, discharge from hospital, etc.) are generally before 3PM.

Additionally, all interns are expected to attend a 1.5 hour Big Team Meeting that occurs at the end of every three-week rotation cycle, in addition to a Small Team Meeting occurring the week prior. The time and location is TBA and are based on the majority availability each semester. These meetings are mandatory and will only be excused because of exams or serious medical emergencies. Proper documentation is required if a team meeting is missed.

All interns must attend a 6 hour onboarding training at the beginning of every semester. Attendance is an expectation of the internship as training lays the foundation for the entire semester of internship. Training during the first week of the semester will also be provided to ensure all interns are equipped with the tools they need to start rotations.

Note that these requirements are non-negotiable, and if you cannot meet them, please do not apply.

If interested in applying to be part of our team, please complete the application found under the “Application tab”. After all applicants are reviewed, some students will be selected for interviews later in the semester. Any questions can be directed to the administrative intern at nicapadmin@ufl.edu.

Overall Requirements:

  • Strong GPA
  • 6+ hours/ week
  • 2+ semesters of involvement
  • Attendance at mandatory small and big team meetings

Preferred Skills:

  • Project management
  • Research/Improvement methods
  • Knowledge of how to use statistical programs
  • Event planning
  • Positive attitude
  • Willing to work in teams
  • Strong work ethic