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Undergraduate Internship Opportunities

Students who are interested in the topics of clinical psychology, public health, cancer research, smoking cessation, and/or mind body interventions are encouraged to apply to the Health Promotion and Resiliency Intervention Research (HPRIR) undergraduate clinical research internship program at Massachusetts General Hospital.

This is a great opportunity for those who are looking to learn more about clinical research and working in a team environment. Research interns learn and hone skills in a variety of areas, including conducting literature reviews, qualitative coding (NVivo), database creation and maintenance (REDCap), manuscript preparation, etc.  

Internship requirements:

  • Commitment to working 12-15hrs/week and ability to attend requested meetings
  • Commitment to working for 2 semesters (or 1 summer and 1 semester)
  • Ability to be on-site at MGH 1 day/week

The following faculty projects may be hiring interns on a rolling basis:

  • SSS 2.0, “Smoke Free Support Study 2.0”
  • HINT II, “Assessing the Effect of Virtual Navigation Interventions to Improve Health Insurance Literacy and Decrease Financial Burden”
  • Screen ASSIST, “Integrating Tobacco Treatment into Lung Screening at PHS”
  • ForTe, “Forward Together – the SMART-3RP adapted for Cancer Survivors and Caregivers”
  • Erickson Study, “Enhancing Resilience in Senior Living Community Residents”
  • Intervention Development for Women’s Sexual Well-Being in Cancer Survivorship

If you would like to learn more, email

To apply for a clinical research internship, please email the answers to the following screening questions, in addition to a most recent CV/resume.

  • Of the projects listed above, which are you most interested in and why?
  • We require a two-semester commitment. Can you stay on for two semesters and when would be your estimated start date/end date?
  • We require a minimum of 12-15 hours/week. What would be your estimated time commitment across the two semesters (e.g., hours/week or days/week)?
  • What school are you currently attending/projected graduation year? Are you able to be on-site (at 100 Cambridge St, Boston MA) at least 1 day/week?

Note: this is an unpaid, learning experience and is not employment.