Health + Humanities Internship Funding
Summer Internships Focused on Healing Through Narrative: Lewis & Clark students who have a summer internship in health + humanities are eligible to apply for funding to support their work.
Each year, up to three students will be awarded funding to support internships in health + humanities with organizations that contribute to healing through narrative. This support is made possible by the Center for Community and Global Health and a grant from Mellon Foundation.
Think your summer plans might be eligible for financial support? Great! Answer the following questions to find out:
- Have you found an internship you’re excited about at the intersection of health + humanities? We encourage applicants to think boldly and broadly about this definition!
- Is the organization you will be interning with local to Oregon or does its work support people locally?
- Is the internship position unpaid or underfunded?
If you answered yes to all of these questions, you are a good candidate for funding!
Health + Humanities Internship Funding Program Components
Information for Current and Potential Community Partners
Does your organization work at the intersection of health + humanities? If you have an internship position that might be a good fit for a Lewis & Clark student, and if you are interested in the staffing support this program offers, please email Alexis Rehrmann, Community Engagement Coordinator. We are happy to discuss!
All Center for Community and Global Health community partners are engaged in healing through narrative within Portland communities—how they do that is unique to each partner. Meet current community partners here.