The Datalys Center is happy to provide internship opportunities for qualified graduate and undergraduate students. Our internships provide practical experience in a variety of topic areas, disciplines, sport settings and patient populations. Interns work directly with Datalys Center staff and consultants.
The Datalys Center accepts internship applications from both graduate and undergraduate students with interests in public health, health policy, sports medicine, multicenter research, statistics, biostatistics, epidemiology, and physical activity.
Applicants generally have good communication and writing skills and should be familiar with word processing, presentation and spreadsheet applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc).
Applications are accepted year round but placement is competitive.
Internships can be tailored to the individual’s capabilities and desired experiences. Interns answer directly to the Datalys Center’s President, but may assist other Datalys Center staff as needed. Duties may include but are not limited to the following examples:
Interns will be expected to conduct themselves professionally by arriving to the office on-time, dressing appropriately (business casual to business), acting appropriately, and by generally representing the company and our sponsors well.
Minimally each intern would complete a minimum of 20 hours per week over eight weeks, but the length and hours can be variable based on academic requirements or other factors. Interns are provided a one-time stipend of $1000 at the completion of the internship.