Geisinger Research offers paid and unpaid internships to qualified students pursuing biomedical, behavioral, or social science health-related disciplines. In preparation for either a professional career or further academic studies, Geisinger’s research internships provide opportunity to contribute to specific clinical, translational or basic science investigations, hone critical thinking skills, network, and explore career choices and specialties.
Students interested in becoming a Geisinger intern may work within any area of the Geisinger Health System that offers student internship opportunities. System-wide position announcements are posted on the Internship Office web page. Students particularly interested in working at Geisinger Research may intern with:
- The Sigfried and Janet Weis Center for Research which offers internships in basic and translational research and is limited to undergraduate sophomore and junior science majors.
- Geisinger Center for Health Research offers a variety of research internship opportunities to graduate and undergraduate students. Internship opportunities are facilitated by Geisinger’s Internship Office.