What is an internship?

Students in the both the undergraduate and graduate health services administration programs and in the health care informatics program are require to complete an internship.

Internships allow students to work within health care organizations in order to gain valuable, hands-on experience not readily available from classroom situations.

For further information, see:

What is a fellowship?

Fellowships are opportunities of scholarship offered to students currently in a graduate program and/or students who have recently graduated from a graduate-level program (a “post-graduate”).

For information about fellowship opportunities, see Graduate Fellowships.

Health Management and Informatics student Luis Pacheco shares his experience interning for Florida Hospital Medical Group. Video produced by GHMG and Eleven Communications.

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