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Interning with Us | Overview

During your time with us, you will have the opportunity to work with our talented team of scientists, physicians, postdoctoral fellows, and clinical research coordinators. It is our hope that you will be as excited as we are to make a difference. We are confident that this experience will be informative, educational, and enriching to your academic profile. You will be exposed to the most cutting-edge imaging technology in fetal diagnosis.

We thank you for your time, dedication and commitment to our mission, and wish you success in this rewarding experience in the lab.

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Step 1:

Successfully complete our initial review process which includes:

• Submission of Cover Letter
• Resume including GPA
• Statement of Interest

FetalBrain@ChildrensNational.org

Step 2:

Interns are invited to submit a full application via the electronic application portal here:

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Eligibility Information

Requirements



All application materials must be submitted electronically through the application portal. The online application process includes the completion of the following requirements:

1. Position Description Form
2. Online Application
3. Orientation Packet
4. Confidentiality Agreement
5. Safety Quiz
6. Medical Requirements
7. Background Verification

Candidates are encouraged to complete their applications well before the application deadline in order to ensure the best possible considerations. Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted and will automatically disqualify a candidate from consideration.
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Introduction & Goals

The Internship Program at Children’s National is a structured opportunity for learning, growing, and contributing in a professional setting. Applications are accepted once a year starting during the summer months. This is a competitive program and application does not guarantee admittance. The vacancy will end on the closing date listed in the announcement. The quota of applicants accepted is limited by Post-doc to student ratios, and the highly individualized nature of this program. Interns are appointed on a temporary basis from a minimum of two months to a maximum of one year. Upon completion of the internship term, students will receive a Certificate of Completion.

The goals of the program are:
• To apply, evaluate, test and integrate academic knowledge and theoretical concepts in a work setting.
• To develop and expand intern’s knowledge about themselves and their abilities, goals and career interests.