Volunteer

The Department of Human Genetics offers a volunteer internship to individuals interested in a career medical genetics. Volunteers will have the opportunity to interact with a variety of laboratory and clinical genetic professionals, and support a variety of administrative duties. Applicants must be high school graduates and available to volunteer 10 hours per week, for at least 10 weeks. 

Applications are reviewed once per quarter and internships, when available, are awarded according to the following schedule:

Internship Period Application Deadline
January - March December 1
April - June March 1
July - September June 1
October - December September 1

Click here to submit your application.

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