Student Internship Program
The Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity Student Internship Program is available to undergraduate and graduate students from Wake Forest School of Medicine and other academic institutions who have an interest in Health Equity research and/or programming. Internships typically are available during the Spring, Summer and Fall Academic periods.
How to Apply
Program Frequently Asked Questions
Who can participate in a Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity (MACHE) Internship?
MACHE Internships are open to undergraduate, graduate, and medical students who have an interest in health equity/health disparities programming and/or research.
How do I apply for a MACHE Internship?
Please complete the internship application (link available on our website). Once you have submitted your application we will be back in touch with you within 2 weeks. In order to be
considered, applications must be received at least 4 months prior to the desired internship period. Approximate time frames for internships are as follows (but are flexible):
Program Period Dates Latest Application Due Date
|Program Period||Dates||Latest Application Due Date|
|Fall||August 15th – December 15th
|Spring||January 15th – May 15th||September 1
|Summer||June 1st – August 31st||February 1
How many MACHE Internships are available?
Typically, we have 1-2 internships available during each academic program period (i.e. Fall,
Are MACHE Internships paid?
Whether or not a specific internship will be paid will be determined by MACHE following
1) acceptance of internship application and 2) determination of internship goals/aims.
***If you are a Wake Forest School of Medicine Medical Student, the Medical Student Research Program offers a paid summer research experience in multiple departments across the WFSM, of which MACHE is a participating Center (this is an additional opportunity for a paid internship).
Who do I contact if I have other questions?
Please contact Sarah Langdon at email@example.com