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Pharmacy Internship Opportunities
Pharmacy Internship
Opportunities
Pharmacy Internship Opportunities • ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT • LEGISLATIVE • HOSPITAL/CLINICAL • MANAGED CARE

ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT

LEGISLATIVE

HOSPITAL/CLINICAL

MANAGED CARE

GOVERNMENT

Presenters
Presenters
Presenters  Angie Zhou, Pharm.D. Candidate 2013 PLS President  Shreena Patel, Pharm.D. Candidate 2013 GSHP

Angie Zhou, Pharm.D. Candidate 2013 PLS President

Shreena Patel, Pharm.D. Candidate 2013 GSHP President

Wen Liu, Pharm.D. Candidate 2014

AMCP Treasurer

Association Management
Association
Management
Association Management
APhA-ASP
APhA-ASP
APhA-ASP  Location: Washington D.C.  Duration: 8-10 Weeks  Description: The experiential program is
APhA-ASP  Location: Washington D.C.  Duration: 8-10 Weeks  Description: The experiential program is

Location: Washington D.C.

Duration: 8-10 Weeks

Description: The experiential program is structured to provide students with experience in national pharmacy association activities, pharmacy practice issues, educational programming, state services,

scientific affairs, student development, public relations

and leadership development.

APhA-ASP
APhA-ASP
APhA-ASP  Stipend: Yes  Deadline: January 15th  Application: Letter of intent, Resume, 2 Letters

Stipend: Yes

APhA-ASP  Stipend: Yes  Deadline: January 15th  Application: Letter of intent, Resume, 2 Letters

Deadline: January 15th

Application: Letter of intent, Resume, 2 Letters of Recommendation

Web Address: www.pharmacist.com

NACDS
NACDS
NACDS  Location: Alexandria, Virginia.  Duration: 8 – 10 weeks  Description: Students will have

Location: Alexandria, Virginia.

Duration: 8 10 weeks

Description: Students will have the chance to work on

programs that enhance patient care in community pharmacy, learn about key community pharmacy and patient care issues, as well as gain a strong

understanding of how community pharmacy positively

impact patient care in the health care system.

NACDS
NACDS

Stipend: Yes

Deadline: February 11th

Application: Application form, Cover letter, Resume, 1 Letter of recommendation

Web Address: nacdsfoundation.org

NCPA
NCPA
NCPA  Location: Alexandria, Virginia  Duration: 10 weeks  Description: This internship will give students

Location: Alexandria, Virginia

Duration: 10 weeks

Description: This internship will give students

exposure to issues in independent community

pharmacy practice. Interns will have the opportunity to work in the Management Institute Department, Communications, Government

Affairs, and Membership Services. The intern will

complete at least one project in an area of interest

and complete a five week and a final week report.

NCPA
NCPA

Stipend: ?

Deadline: January 15th

Application : Application form, Letter of Intent, Transcript, Resume, 2 Letters of Recommendation

Web Address: www.ncpanet.org

ASHP
ASHP
ASHP  Location: Bethesda, MD  Duration: 10 weeks  Description: Interns will have the opportunity

Location: Bethesda, MD

Duration: 10 weeks

Description: Interns will have the opportunity to be involved in association activities and operations , professional and public affairs , publications and drug information , student affairs, membership, marketing, governmental affairs, and product development.

ASHP
ASHP
ASHP  Stipend: None  Deadline: Feburary 1st  Application: CV, Cover Letter, Transcript, 1 Letter

Stipend: None

Deadline: Feburary 1st

Application: CV, Cover Letter, Transcript, 1 Letter of Recommendation,

Web Address: www.ashp.org

Legislative Internship
Legislative Internship
Legislative Internship

Paul G. Cano Legislative Internship

 
 

Location: Washington, D.C.

Duration: 8 weeks

 Duration: 8 weeks

Description: Opportunities include

Attending congressional hearings

Researching and analyzing issues that affect pharmacists nationwide

Meeting with federal regulatory agencies and national coalitions

Monitoring changes in legislation and regulations

Drafting communications

Attending networking and social events with ASCP staff

Paul G. Cano Legislative Internship

Paul G. Cano Legislative Internship  Stipend: $4000  Deadline: March 1st  Application: Letter of
Paul G. Cano Legislative Internship  Stipend: $4000  Deadline: March 1st  Application: Letter of

Stipend: $4000

Deadline: March 1st

Application: Letter of intent, Resume, 2 Letters of recommendation

Web Address: www.ascp.com

Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
John’s Hopkins
John’s Hopkins

Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Duration: 8 weeks

Description: The objectives of this program include

providing interns with knowledge and experience centering

around multidisciplinary health care and policy driven pharmacy practice. These objectives are met through

experiences in both administrative and clinical settings. Interns are responsible for remaining current with

developments in the profession, learning medication use

policy, and participate in distributive functions. Additionally, all interns are offered the opportunity to shadow a pharmacist practicing in an area of their interest.

John’s Hopkins
John’s Hopkins
John’s Hopkins  Stipend: ?  Deadline: November 14 t h  Application: : A letter

Stipend: ?

Deadline: November 14 th

Application: : A letter of intent, curriculum vitae complete with all IPPE, APPE, and community service experience, and 2 letters of recommendation , phone interview

Web Address:

http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/pharmacy/internship/

Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic  Location: Rochester, Minnesota  Duration: 10 weeks  Description: This program offers
Mayo Clinic  Location: Rochester, Minnesota  Duration: 10 weeks  Description: This program offers

Location: Rochester, Minnesota

Duration: 10 weeks

Description: This program offers experience in either the

hospital/inpatient setting or the clinic/outpatient setting.

Inpatient experiences include compounding IVs, shadowing a pharmacist, and preparing a presentation on a topic related to inpatient pharmacy practice. Outpatient experiences include patient counseling, reviewing doctor’s orders, entering orders,

providing drug information, training in compounding

department and preparing a presentation on a topic related to outpatient pharmacy.

Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic  Stipend: Competitive hourly wage  Deadline: Feburary 15 t h  Application: official
Mayo Clinic  Stipend: Competitive hourly wage  Deadline: Feburary 15 t h  Application: official

Stipend: Competitive hourly wage

Deadline: Feburary 15 th

Application: official transcript, curriculum vitae, letter of intent (at least 400 words), and an online application. A short interview will also be conducted should you be selected as a final candidate.

Web Address: http://www.mayo.edu/mshs/pharm- hpi.html

 Location: Rochester, New York  Duration: 8-10 weeks  Description: This program is centered
 Location: Rochester, New York
 Duration: 8-10 weeks
 Description: This program is centered around
pharmacy care in the hospital setting. Interns will gain
experience in completing research projects, clinical
practice, preparing and giving presentations, and
distributive pharmacy practice. Experiential sites
include the cancer center, Highland Hospital, outpatient
dispensing, compounding and total parental nutrition
admixing.
 Stipend: ?  Deadline: November 30 th  Application: eligibility for NY intern license,
 Stipend: ?
 Deadline: November 30 th
 Application: eligibility for NY intern license, a letter of
intent, your curriculum vitae, and contact information. An
on-site interview may be requested.
 Web Address:
http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/pharmacy/summer-
intern.cfm
 Location: Highland Park, Illinois  Duration: 12 weeks  Description: This program offers inpatient,
 Location: Highland Park, Illinois  Duration: 12 weeks  Description: This program offers inpatient,

Location: Highland Park, Illinois

Duration: 12 weeks

Description: This program offers inpatient, outpatient and

oncology experiences. The inpatient setting provides

experiences in aseptic technique, drug distribution, patient

assessment, project management, and writing newsletters

among other hospital activities. The outpatient experience is

held in a hospital setting where the intern will experience

pharmacy practice in an anticoagulation clinic, integrative medicine clinic, and in the area of home infusion.

 Positions: 4 Inpatient, 1 Outpatient, 1 Oncology  Stipend: Unpaid  Deadline: Rolling basis
 Positions: 4 Inpatient, 1 Outpatient, 1 Oncology  Stipend: Unpaid  Deadline: Rolling basis

Positions: 4 Inpatient, 1 Outpatient, 1 Oncology

Stipend: Unpaid

Deadline: Rolling basis until March 2012

Application: curriculum vitae, transcript, a personal statement, and 3 references

Web Address: http://www.northshore.org/academics/other- programs/pharmacy/pharmacy-internship/

MANAGED CARE

PHARMACY SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

MANAGED CARE PHARMACY SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Wen Liu Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate, 2014

Wen Liu

Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate, 2014

Allergan, Inc. Specialized Summer Internship

Program in Health Outcomes

Specialized Summer Internship Program in Health Outcomes  Company Description:  Global, technology-driven
Specialized Summer Internship Program in Health Outcomes  Company Description:  Global, technology-driven

Company Description:

Global, technology-driven multi- specialty health care company Specialty products in eye care, neurosciences. Medical dermatology and urologic. Example products: Restasis®, Lumigan®, Botox®, and Tazorac®

Allergan, Inc. Specialized Summer Internship

Program in Health Outcomes

Specialized Summer Internship Program in Health Outcomes  Program Description:  A structured educational

Program Description:

A structured educational experience under the supervision of a pharmacist at Allergan, Inc. Develop and complete a project related to Health Outcomes Research and Measurement To convert the results into a poster format and present during the educational conference

Allergan, Inc. Specialized Summer Internship

Program in Health Outcomes

Specialized Summer Internship Program in Health Outcomes  Program Goals:  The importance of health outcomes

Program Goals:

The importance of health outcomes in the development and marketing of a

pharmaceutical product.

Understanding of the drug discovery and development process

Measurement of economic, clinical and humanistic outcomes

Allergan, Inc. Specialized Summer Internship Program in Health Outcomes Program Locations:  Allergan, Inc.
Allergan, Inc. Specialized Summer Internship
Program in Health Outcomes
Program Locations:
 Allergan, Inc. Headquarters in
Irvine, CA
 AMCP Offices in Alexandria, VA
 2012 AMCP Educational
Conference in Cincinnati, OH

Allergan, Inc. Specialized Summer Internship

Program in Health Outcomes

Specialized Summer Internship Program in Health Outcomes  Program Duration:  Ten-consecutive week period 

Program Duration:

Internship Program in Health Outcomes  Program Duration:  Ten-consecutive week period  Completion between May

Ten-consecutive week period

Completion between May through August, 2012

Varied starting date based on availability

Ten-consecutive week period  Completion between May through August, 2012  Varied starting date based on

Allergan, Inc. Specialized Summer Internship

Program in Health Outcomes

Specialized Summer Internship Program in Health Outcomes  Eligibility Criteria and Requirements:  Full-time

Eligibility Criteria and Requirements:

Full-time enrollment in the 2 nd or 3 rd professional year of PharmD curriculum

during 2011-2012 school year Completion of the online application Submission of three letters of reference No transcripts required

Allergan, Inc. Specialized Summer Internship

Program in Health Outcomes

Specialized Summer Internship Program in Health Outcomes  Deadline and Online Application:  Monday, January 30
Specialized Summer Internship Program in Health Outcomes  Deadline and Online Application:  Monday, January 30

Deadline and Online Application:

Monday, January 30 th , 2012

Two student pharmacists will be awarded the internship

Online application and more information from

Pfizer Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy

Summer Internship Program

Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy Summer Internship Program  Program Description:  Goal is to provide

Program Description:

Goal is to provide student pharmacists with the experience of the practice of pharmacy at a

managed care organization.

To spend a week with the Pfizer Medical Outcomes Specialist and be involved in the

administration of a pharmacy benefit.

Pfizer Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy

Summer Internship Program

Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy Summer Internship Program  Program Description:  Student pharmacists will be

Program Description:

Student pharmacists will be assigned their project topic at each intern site by the preceptor. Repurpose project and results to a poster and present it at the 2012 AMCP’s Educational Conference

the preceptor.  Repurpose project and results to a poster and present it at the 2012

Pfizer Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy

Summer Internship Program

Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy Summer Internship Program  Locations:  Six intern sites may vary

Locations:

Six intern sites may vary from year to year, including 5 MCO’s and 1 VA medical center Examples of 2010 sites included:

Buffalo, NY Alexandria, VA Long Beach, CA Columbus, OH

center  Examples of 2010 sites included:  Buffalo, NY  Alexandria, VA  Long Beach,

Pfizer Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy

Summer Internship Program

Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy Summer Internship Program  Program Duration:  Ten-consecutive week period 

Program Duration:

Ten-consecutive week period Completion between May through August, 2012 Exact dates will be coordinated with preceptors and interns

 Completion between May through August, 2012  Exact dates will be coordinated with preceptors and
 Completion between May through August, 2012  Exact dates will be coordinated with preceptors and

Pfizer Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy

Summer Internship Program

Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy Summer Internship Program  Eligiblity Criteria and Requirements:  Full-time

Eligiblity Criteria and Requirements:

Full-time enrollment in the 2 nd or 3 rd professional year of PharmD curriculum during 2011-2012 school year Complete application submission online or by mail Submission of three letters of reference

Pfizer Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy

Summer Internship Program

Inc. 2012 Managed Care Pharmacy Summer Internship Program  Deadline and Online Application:  Monday, January

Deadline and Online Application:

Monday, January 30 th , 2012

Six student pharmacists will be awarded the internship

Online application and more information from

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Pharmacy Summer

anage are Pharmacy Summer Internship Program  Money, Money, Money!  Both programs offer stipends during

Internship Program

Money, Money, Money!

Pharmacy Summer Internship Program  Money, Money, Money!  Both programs offer stipends during the internship

Both programs offer stipends during the internship Qualified expenses will be reimbursed, including traveling and project poster printing Best Project Competition prizes:

$3500 for competition winner $1500 for the runner-up

JRCOSTEP STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES Wen Liu Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate, 2014

JRCOSTEP STUDENT

OPPORTUNITIES

Wen Liu Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate, 2014

JRCOSTEP: Junior Commissioned Officer

Student Training and Extern Program

Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program  Program Description:  Work in the various operating

Program Description:

Work in the various operating divisions that make up the health agencies with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Example divisions include:

and Human Services (HHS)  Example divisions include:  National Institutes of Health  Centers for

National Institutes of Health

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Food and Drug Administration

JRCOSTEP: Junior Commissioned Officer

Student Training and Extern Program

Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program  Program Description:  Typical assignments in

Program Description:

Typical assignments in locations throughout the country

Vary from 31 up to 120 days during official school breaks

Other opportunities may be available throughout the year

Not obligated to serve in the Commissioned Corps

JRCOSTEP: Junior Commissioned Officer

Student Training and Extern Program

Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program  Eligibility and Requirements:  Complete at least 2

Eligibility and Requirements:

Complete at least 2 years of study in a professionally accredited baccalaureate program

Be a U.S. citizen

Be younger than 44 year of age

Meet the medical requirements

JRCOSTEP: Junior Commissioned Officer

Student Training and Extern Program

Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program  Application Process:  Start with the prescreen test

Application Process:

Start with the prescreen test Application on a rolling basis for available positions May apply to the program based on the availability to active service Individual agencies will contact the selected students

JRCOSTEP: Junior Commissioned Officer

Student Training and Extern Program

Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program  General Information:  Receive the basic pay and

General Information:

Receive the basic pay and allowances, ~$2,500/month

Costs of travel and transportation

Not required to wear a Corps uniform unless directed

~$2,500/month  Costs of travel and transportation  Not required to wear a Corps uniform unless