We offer paid internships for graduate students, undergraduates and high school students throughout our organization — from biomedical research labs to our marketing and communications group. Each internship program offers valuable learning opportunities that support academic and career goals.
Our internships for graduate students provide experience, mentorship from Fred Hutch scientists and career planning guidance.
The Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research (PACR) offers internship opportunities for New Mexico State University undergraduate and graduate students to conduct independent research projects at Fred Hutch. Visit the PACR webpage for more information about the Cancer Research Internship for NMSU Undergraduates (CRI-U) and the Cancer Research Internship for NMSU Graduate Students (CRI-G).
We offer an array of internships to undergraduates and recent college graduates who are interested in a career in science, medicine or health-related communications and marketing.
In this nine-week paid summer program, interns are matched with a host lab and are immersed in mentored research, a cancer biology education series, professional development workshops and social activities. One goal of the program is to give students from underrepresented backgrounds the opportunity to explore their research-related career interests.
Open to college students and recent graduates, this internship position provides experience in building and managing a research program, including collecting metrics information, maintaining quality assurance databases and maintaining internal websites. Check back for more information.
The SURP is an intensive, nine-week internship for undergraduates entering the summer before their final year, semester, or quarter of study. It’s designed to provide research experience and mentorship for students interested in biomedical research. Under the guidance of a faculty mentor, interns will complete an independent research project and present their findings at a competitive poster session.
This nine-week paid summer internship provides experience and mentorship for underrepresented New Mexico State University undergraduates who are interested in biomedical research. Interns select an area of interest and work with a faculty mentor to complete an independent research project. The program includes workshops for preparing applications for graduate or medical school, as well as social activities.
Students from Pacific Lutheran University and Seattle Pacific University who are pursuing a degree in biology, biochemistry or chemistry are eligible for this nine-week summer program in Fred Hutch’s Vaccine & Infectious Disease Division. Interns help with basic laboratory maintenance and research; at the end of the summer, they give presentations detailing their research projects.
For high school students who are interested in science, hands-on experience alongside pioneering researchers in biological sciences, bone marrow and stem cell transplantation, cancer prevention, epidemiology and biostatistics can be life-changing. Many of our past interns have gone on to pursue rewarding careers in biomedical research and medicine.
At Fred Hutch, we rely on a wide array of nonscientific staff in our quest to save lives and advance knowledge. We offer nonscientific internships to college students and recent graduates who want to explore ways to apply their skills and talents — from writing and graphic design to social media strategy — in the health and medical fields.