Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning internship at PATH

MEL PrEP Internship

Job Description : PATH is an international organization that drives transformative innovation to save lives and improve health, especially among women and children. We accelerate innovation across five platforms—vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and system and service innovations—that harness our entrepreneurial insight, scientific and public health expertise, and passion for health equity. By mobilizing partners around the world, we take innovation to scale, working alongside countries primarily in Africa and Asia to tackle their greatest health needs. Together, we deliver measurable results that disrupt the cycle of poor health.
Global Program:  Results Management, Measurement, and Learning (RMML); Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL)                         
Project Name:  Monitoring and Evaluation Professional Engagement Program (PrEP) Internship
Start Date:  February 2018               
End Date:  June 2018                      
Estimated number of hours per week:  20     
Location(s) of internship:  Seattle, WA   
Will the intern be receiving a stipend?*:  Yes      
Will the intern travel? (local or international):  No       
Description of internship project:
To fulfill PATH’s commitment to ensuring accountability, synergy, and stewardship across the organization, PATH has established a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) team to strengthen our support to staff who are responsible for project monitoring and evaluation and to develop an organization-wide approach to assessing our long-term program impact. The Internship student will work with the M&E team on helping to build capacity in PATH projects and programs.
The student will specifically work with the continued development and implementation of the Monitoring and Evaluation Professional Engagement Program (PrEP)-a 9 month long mentorship and training program for professionals new to the Monitoring & Evaluation discipline or professionals wishing to strengthen their skills in M&E at PATH.
Internship goals and learning objectives/benefit to the intern:
  • Assist in curriculum development and documentation for M&E capacity building and training, including webinars, online courses, and presentations
  • Coordinate capacity building efforts for M&E staff
  • Support the M&E team in identifying training topics, approaches, and modalities
  • Research training delivery mechanisms
  • Apply best practices for online learning, including webinar presentations
  • Support communication between all involved parties
  • Track progress and manage coordination and communication across the M&E team


Skills to be developed and/or expanded during internship:  

  • Collaboration with multiple stakeholders
  • Needs assessment
  • Training/building capacity/skills transfer
  • Knowledge and experience with Monitoring & Evaluation


Proposed activities:

  • Assist in curriculum development and documentation for M&E capacity building and training, including webinars, online courses, and presentations
  • Coordinate capacity building efforts for M&E staff
  • Support the M&E team in identifying training topics, approaches, and modalities
  • Research training delivery mechanisms
  • Apply best practices for online learning, including webinar presentations
  • Support communication between all involved parties
  • Track progress and manage coordination and communication across the M&E team


Learning outcomes (how the Intern’s performance will be evaluated):The internship supervisor will meet with the intern at least once per week to offer guidance and assure that the intern’s performance is on track.

Required skills and experience:

  • Current enrollment in a graduate level academic program
  • Interest and experience in creating online learning opportunities and capacity building approaches
  • Experience or interest in training, and developing curriculum
  • Basic familiarity with adult learning theory
  • Proven ability to conduct literature reviews
  • Advanced proficiency working with PowerPoint
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, able to develop productive relationships with colleagues and external collaborators
  • Proactive, motivated, self-directed learner with good problem-solving skills
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to meet deadlines
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills



*PATH does not provide a stipend to interns who are California residents.

 *All PATH internships are eligible for school credit. Please refer to your university’s process for credit eligibility.

Must have legal authorization to work in the United States.

 PATH is dedicated to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.

 PATH is an equal opportunity employer. Every qualified applicant will be considered for employment. PATH does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or orientation, genetic information, age, national origin, marital status, disability status, political ideology, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.


– Job Location: Seattle, Washington, United States
– Company Location: United States, Seattle
– Position Type: Part-Time

National Academy of Social Insurance: 2018 Summer Internships, $4,500 Stipend, 3/1/18 Deadline

National Academy of Social Insurance

The Academy’s internship programs —The Washington Internship on Social Insurance, The Somers Aging and Long-Term Care Research Internship, The Rashi Fein Internship in Health Policy, and The Eileen Sweeney Graduate Internship in Disability Policyoffer a wide array of opportunities and a $4,500 stipend. Descriptions of the programs and the online application form are available on the individual internship pages and on the Internship Opportunities page.

For 28 years, the Academy’s internship program has focused on developing young leaders in the social insurance field. Last year, nine outstanding young scholars were selected to spend their summer in Washington, DC working at various agencies and organizations under the supervision of Academy members like you. The 2017 class of interns came from colleges and universities across the nation and included both undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students studying social policy and other fields such as economics, health policy, international affairs, and medicine.

The Academy is looking for 10-15 outstanding summer interns for 2018.

Visit the Academy’s Internship Opportunities page for additional information on our internship programs and how to apply.

Application deadline: March 1, 2018

If you have any questions, feel free to call the Academy at 202-452-8097 or email us at

REU Program now accepting applications for Summer 2018!

Undergraduate students:

You are invited to apply for this excellent summer research opportunity in Natural Hazards Engineering.  [Note: When you see the acronym “REU” (Research Experience for Undergraduates), you should know that this is a high-caliber opportunity, part of a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded program.]


Apply to be part of the NSF-funded REU program for summer 2018. Students will spend 8-weeks at an NSF-funded laboratory that supports Natural Hazard Engineering (earthquake shake table, tsunami wave tank, wind tunnel, etc.).  Visit the website below form more information.   UW students as well as those in community colleges are welcomed to apply.  We are trying to distribute to as broad an audience as possible.

Fred Hutch: Summer Undergraduate Research Program

The Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) is an intensive, nine-week internship designed to provide research experience and mentorship for undergraduate students who are interested in biomedical research. Under the guidance of a faculty mentor, interns will complete an independent research project and present their findings at a competitive poster session.

The program runs from Monday, June 11 through Friday, August 10, 2018. Students must be able to commit to this entire period in order to participate. An online application for the 2018 SURP is available now.

For more information check out

HIPRC’s INSIGHT Summer Research Program

HIPRC’s INSIGHT Summer Research Program offers an outstanding opportunity to work on a research project in the field of injury. Elite high school, undergraduate and graduate students are matched to projects and project tasks, and partnered with University of Washington Medical School faculty. Students meet and learn from peers and health professionals from across the country. Bringing together a diverse group of young people interested in health care and research allows HIPRC to create a unique and rich resource for students who seek to learn more about what they can accomplish in the field of injury and injury prevention. Past research areas include elucidating the risk factors and causes of injuries, injury prevention strategies, acute and chronic care of injured patients, outcomes from trauma, and interventions to return the injured individual to their full potential.
While undergraduate and graduate students work with doctors and researchers on individual research projects, our high school interns will get an introduction to medical and public health research, put it to practice, and apply that research to creating an injury prevention public health campaign.


– Program dates: June 11 – August 3, 2018
– Applications due by January 15, 2018 (visit
– Rigorous independent research
– Clinical shadowing experiences of Physicians at UWMC and HMC
– Professional development seminars
– Injury research seminars
– Tours of various sites at Harborview, including the King County Medical Examiner’s Office
– Participation in a competitive research symposium
–  Social activities
– Stipend of $3,200

If you have questions, please send us an email at:

Earn UW Credit for an Internship in Washington, D.C!

Are you interested in doing an internship in Washington, D.C. and earning UW credit? If yes, come to one of the six information sessions for The Washington Center that are scheduled for November 14th and 15th in Gowen Hall, Room 1A (on the ground floor):

Tuesday, November 14, GWN 1A
3:30-4:50 – includes Q&A with UW students who attended TWC in summer 2017

Wednesday, November 15, GWN 1A
3:00-420 – this session includes Q&A with UW students who attended TWC in summer 2017

There will also be drop-in times to meet with the TWC representative in SMI 215 (the Political Science Advising Office) on Tuesday from 1-2:20pm.

The Washington Center (TWC) runs an internship program in Washington, D.C., that is open to all UW undergraduates in all majors and provides comprehensive service, including internship placement and housing. Placements include government agencies, corporations, nonprofits, museums, arts organizations, and international organizations. Hundreds of UW students have participated in this program since UW’s affiliation in 1977, and many made connections that led to post-degree employment.

At the informational meetings, a Washington Center representative and I will discuss the structure of the program, scholarships, the application process, and UW credit. The final afternoon sessions on both days will include the opportunity to talk with students who attended TWC this past summer.

WA State residents receive a $2500 scholarship from TWC and may be eligible for additional TWC scholarships to help defray the cost of attending. UW international students and residents of other states receive a $1000 scholarship and overall pay less for this program than the estimated cost of attending UW for a quarter. Additional discounts may be available for students interested in the autumn or spring semester programs.

TWC’s facilities are accessible to students who have disabilities. In addition, their Disability Services Coordinator will assist with accommodation at the internship and programming sites.

These are the upcoming application deadlines (for a full list of organizations that have earlier deadlines see

Summer 2018 (10 weeks), Priority*: 2/21/18, Regular: 3/14/18
Autumn 2018 (15 weeks), Priority*: 4/18/18, Regular: 5/16/18
Spring 2019 (15 weeks), Priority*: 10/17/18, Regular: 11/14/18
* Priority deadline is for scholarships above the minimum guaranteed

Regardless of your major, there is an internship in D.C. for you! Whether you want to do an internship this year or in three years, come to an information session to learn more.

If you can’t make it, contact Meera Roy at, for an appointment (available online at — you can change the week at the top of the screen–or you can email Meera for an appointment time). Information is also available at TWC’s website,