Wisconsin Community Health Internship Program (CHIP)
The Wisconsin Community Health Internship Program (CHIP) is a summer internship for college students in Wisconsin. The internship provides hands-on opportunities for students and assistance to local health departments.
Programs in each AHEC region across the state vary, but each participant will intern with a local health department to develop a project. Health professions students will receive mentoring and participate in an intensive 8-week summer experience in community health.
- Be a Wisconsin resident or student currently attending a college or university in Wisconsin
- Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
- Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Have an interest in community health and/or public health
This is a highly competitive program. Most internships are awarded to students with a strong record of academic performance, leadership, and work experience.
Interns receive a $2,400 stipend.
Academic credit may be possible depending on the degree program.
Links to additional guidance and the online student application are available on the program website.
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