For Internship Coordinators

Internship opportunities will be solicited on a rolling basis, with the majority identified in alignment with the academic calendar (fall, spring, summer) and posted for applications in the months preceding the start of a given semester.

Once a student has been matched with an internship opportunity, we will proceed with the onboarding process, which may entail the following (depending on the location of placement):

  • Proof of requisite vaccinations (including COVID-19 vaccination) and negative TB test

  • Criminal background check

  • Proof of health insurance

  • Signed confidentiality agreement

If you are an internship coordinator at Duke University or one of our partner institutions, please contact Taryn Cavanaugh Faulk at for information about available internships and access to our application and onboarding portals.

If you are an internship coordinator at a school not currently affiliated with Duke, please email to inquire about the possibility of obtaining the requisite affiliation agreement for your university to create a pipeline of interns between our two schools.