Internship: Interns receive a $3,000 tax-free stipend for an 8-week internship with a hospital, community health center or other health care organization in Detroit, Ann Arbor, or other sites in Southeast Michigan
Health Equity Orientation: Interns undergo orientation with the UM School of Public Health, with a lecture series on health inequalities and the US health care system by SPH faculty.
Housing, Transportation, and Food: Round-trip travel, rental car and fuel, residential housing, and a $250 food allowance are provided at no cost to the student.*
GRE Course: UMSEP provides a Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) course from Kaplan or Princeton Review taught just for UMSEP participants on Sundays throughout the summer. The program also pays for course materials.
Health Equity Research Certificate: Interns apply research methods and writing skills to a health equity topic of their choosing t produce a research brief.
*In-person components are subject to change