AID-GC Undergraduate Internship

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The Boston University Genetic Counseling Program, located at the Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, will offer two full-time, paid summer internships for undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds and populations who are interested in pursuing a genetic counseling career.


Internship highlights include:

  • The opportunity to shadow and network with genetic counselors at Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center
  • Exposure to a wide variety of clinical genetics specialties
  • Access to several seminars, conferences and case conferences throughout the summer
  • Experience with research and laboratory work
  • Full-time commitment of 40 hours per week for six weeks at $15 per hour, for a total of $3,600 for the program

These internships are a project of the Alliance to Increase Diversity in Genetic Counseling which is funded by a grant from the Warren Alpert Foundation. Learn more below.