Geisinger Non-Clinical Internship Program
Integrating Knowledge and Experience
At Geisinger, the Office of Community Affairs & Clinical Services Programming coordinates undergraduate- and graduate-level placements for students in non-clinical areas throughout Geisinger Health System.
An internship is an experience during which a student works for an employer for a specific period of time in order to learn about an occupation or career field. We offer positions that may be paid, unpaid, for-credit, non-credit, and summer work study.
Internships provide an excellent opportunity to apply what you have learned in the classroom and gain real-world experience while sharpening your skills. In order to be eligible for a non-clinical internship at Geisinger, an intern must be enrolled as a student in a program of study at the time of the internship.
For details about Geisinger programs, please visit the links in the navigation menu at the right.
Thank you for your interest in the Geisinger Internship Program.
Starting with job offers (including internships and externships) dated Feb. 1, 2012 and after, Geisinger Health System will no longer hire applicants who use tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars and chewing or smokeless tobacco. Applicants will be screened for nicotine as part of the pre-employment physical process. Nicotine will be part of the urine drug screen. Applicants who test positive for nicotine will not be offered employment. Applicants who test positive may re-apply for jobs with Geisinger in six months.