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As an intern at LIN, you will have the opportunity to learn about the practical aspects of implementing public health projects in a resource limited setting, the structure and current state of health services in Malawi, and make field visits to project sites. Medical students will be able to participate in clinical rotation at the Mzuzu Central Hospital and Mzuzu Health Center. You will be able to visit and learn about community projects that are aimed at empowering community-based organizations. You may also have the chance to participate in pre-defined research projects to take part in data collection, data entry and data analysis.
We field of work in which interns can be involved in at LIN include:
We are a multi-cultural and inter-disciplinary organization. Here are some characteristics of past LIN interns:
There are two ways to apply for the internship at LIN.
The current established internship programs include the following schools:
Students from the above three schools should apply for the internship and related scholarships through their schools.
We accept inquiries for internship placements. Fill out the internship application and send us your CV and Cover Letter. The availability of internship may be subject to the availability of a preceptor within LIN and the matching of needs. Please note that internships are unpaid positions.