Research, Mentoring & Internship Program

A Great Opportunity

The Center for Bioethics, Health and Society Research Mentoring and Internship Program offers Wake Forest University undergraduate, graduate, and professional students interested in bioethics an opportunity to collaborate on a variety scholarly projects.

Successful applicants must be able to work independently, be highly motivated to learn new skills, and have strong writing and oral communication skills.
The number of positions and the specific responsibilities associated with each position vary. Internship positions ordinarily are unpaid.

Undergraduate students should review the opportunities available through The URECA Center as well, because sometimes it is possible to combine those opportunities with the CBHS Research Mentoring and Internship Program.

How to Apply

Applicants should submit a cover letter and current CV/resumé to bioethics@wfu.edu.

The cover letter should include:

  • the current degree program(s) in which the student is enrolled
  • anticipated graduation date
  • dates available
  • availability for on-campus work or remote work only.
  • a description of the student’s interest in bioethics, career goals, and how bioethics research would help to advance those goals.

Applications are accepted three times per year: second Monday in September, second Monday in January, and second Monday in April. Undergraduate students exploring opportunities through the URECA Center should pay particular attention to the deadlines for those offerings.

Questions?

Please contact bioethics@wfu.edu with any questions regarding the Center for Bioethics, Health and Society Research, Mentoring and Internship Program, including coordinating CBHS internship opportunities with URECA Center opportunities.

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B313 Tribble Hall
P.O. Box 7332
Winston-Salem, NC 27109

(336) 758-4256

bioethics@wfu.edu

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Wake Forest University
B313 Tribble Hall
P.O. Box 7332
Winston-Salem, NC 27109

(336) 758-4256

bioethics@wfu.edu