About the Humanitarian Engineering Internship
multidisciplinary teams under
joint supervision of two mentors from different faculties. Possible tasks include:
- Design of interventions, prototyping and/or
- Desk Reviews
- Research: develop data collection tools; collect
and/or analyze data; knowledge translation activities
Interns are selected on a competitive basis. At the time of the application, interns must meet the following criteria:
- Either have completed a minimum of 60 undergraduate credits or are enrolled in a graduate program.
- Demonstrate technical/engineering and/or public health/community related skills and exposure
- Demonstrate an interest in interdisciplinary work, entrepreneurship, and conducting field work.
- Demonstrate past commitment to community service.
Candidates will be requested to submit the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Personal Statement on interest, motivation, and evidence of community service and teamwork (maximum of 200 words)
- 1 Letter of Recommendation
[Internships are subject to availability]