In 2018, General Internal Medicine started the GIM Internship, led by Anita Mesi, M.B.A., Division Administrator. The internship is designed to provide high school, college and graduate students with exposure and familiarity with career opportunities in the field of General Internal Medicine.
The internship program:
- Provides each intern with faculty mentorship that aligns with their interests
- Promotes workforce diversity
- Provides adequate/structured supervision in a safe environment with necessary tools to perform tasks
- Recruits qualified candidates, creating awareness and enthusiasm that will lead to careers in medicine and general internal medicine
- Increases collaboration across all divisional programs
The following General Internal Medicine programs are accepting interns this year:
- Patient Activated Learning System
- REGARDS Program
- Southeastern Collaboration
- Quality Improvement Academy
- Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction Program (HFpEF)
- Home Health Aides Caring for Patients with Chronic Diseases
- Quality of Care of Patients with Arthritis
- Cancer Health Disparities
- Research Data Analytic Group
- Team Dynamics and Group Decision Making in the Hospital
- Finance and Operations in an Academic Health System
This internship program is open to external and internal applicants.
- University/college graduates
- Post-baccalaureate students
- Current university/college students
- High school juniors and seniors
The internship is full-time and offers two options: a 6 week program and a 12 week program.
Interns not participating in other established programs will receive a stipend upon completion of the internship program. All interns will be required to complete a W9 form towards the end of their internship.
Internship applications open January 6, 2020 and close February 3, 2020. External/Internal applicants please complete this application form. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Arta Habili, Marketing Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My summer experience participating in the General Internal Medicine Internship at Weill Cornell Medicine strongly reaffirmed my desire to pursue a career in medicine. By learning from and working with GIM faculty, I was able to hone my research skills and take advantage of the academic resources that a prestigious medical research institution like WCM has to offer. Through the internship, I developed an invaluable mentor relationship with a GIM faculty member, and learned how to collect and synthesize data from academic studies in order to write my first scoping literature review.
Class of 2020
As an intern at GIM, I learned so much about the many facets of patient care that go beyond disease. From doing research to interacting with patients, my experiences allowed me to cultivate a more well-rounded perspective on medicine. Above all, one of the most valuable aspects of the internship was the relationships that I formed with the other interns and my own team!
Class of 2020
The General Internal Medicine Internship Program was an incredible experience for me this summer. I was able to engage in various types of interesting and challenging work on a regular basis as well as make meaningful contributions to the team. The opportunities for mentorship and professional growth are endless here and I would highly recommend this internship to future students.
Class of 2020