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2023-2024 Massachusetts General Hospital Research Assistant

Dr. Scott D. Martin is currently inviting pre-medical students and graduates to apply for a Clinical
Research Assistant position in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine and Joint Reconstruction at the
Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), a Harvard teaching hospital.
This is an extremely competitive position that is awarded to two to three (2-3) recent college
graduates or current graduate students who have demonstrated a keen interest in orthopaedics and
are competitive candidates for medical school.

  • Tracks: Pre-Med
  • Position Type: Job

AAMC Summer Undergraduate Research Programs

AAMC's ongoing list of undergraduate student research opportunities hosted by universities and medical institutions throughout the United States. 

  • Tracks: Pre-Med

Administrative Assistant for Direct Primary Care Medical Practice (HIV Prevention & Treatment and Gay Men’s Health) in Greenwich Village, NYCTitle

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for welcoming and providing incredible customer service to
our patients, taking charge of extremely detailed and confidential administrative tasks, and assisting
the doctor with the multifaceted challenges of the healthcare industry.

We are the first Direct Primary Care micropractice in NYC. The core value of our practice is the primacy
of the doctor-patient relationship. You will work closely with the doctor in this small, friendly,
human-centered medical practice.

We specialize in HIV prevention & treatment and Gay Men’s health. The doctor has previously
volunteered with Doctors Without Borders, and has teaching appointments at Columbia and NYU Medical
schools. Dr. Vitt has been named a Top Doctor in NYC for the past 7 years in a row.

The position will provide a great mentoring opportunity for those interested in the healthcare/mental health
professions (pre-med, post-bacc, pre-nursing, pre-PA, pre-therapist/psychology/social work, studying for
MCATs or USMLEs, etc.), and will be an excellent resume builder for medical school/graduate school.
You will have a chance to see the doctor-patient relationship up-close. Our previous employees
have all been successful in achieving admission to medical school.
We are interested in hiring a graduating senior or recent college graduate who will be taking a gap
year prior to attending/applying to medical school or other healthcare/mental health graduate
school programs.

For more information about the practice, please visit

Essential Functions/Responsibilities
● Provide incredible customer service to every patient
● Greet and welcome patients to the office
● Maintain absolute patient confidentiality and discretion in accordance with professional
expectations as well as HIPAA policy
● Answer phone calls, emails, questions, etc. in a prompt and polite manner
● Manage patient scheduling, onboard new patients, and manage new patient inquiries
● Handle payments accurately and responsibly
● Enter patient information and scan, update, and file medical records accurately
● Communicate with patients, pharmacies, laboratories and other offices under doctor’s guidance
● Assist patients with coordination of care and navigation of the healthcare bureaucracy
● Coordinate laboratory specimens for send-out
● Help maintain a clean, courteous, and professional working environment
● Organize and maintain supplies
● Assist with appropriate clinical matters when necessary
● Assist with website content and possibly small research/writing projects
● Possibly assist with phlebotomy (blood-drawing)
● Interest in Gay Men’s Health and HIV Treatment and Prevention
● Interest in the healthcare/mental health professions (e.g. pre-med, post-bacc, pre-nursing,
pre-PA, pre-therapist/psychology/social work, etc.)
● Recent undergraduate degree in any field
● Friendly and can-do attitude with patients and coworkers, and a great sense of humor
● Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
● Detail-oriented, a flexible and adaptable team player, and the ability to work in a continuously
evolving environment
● Computer/IT proficiency
● Follow COVID-19 infection control precautions
● Be immunized against standard communicable diseases (including but not limited to
COVID-19 and Influenza) before starting the job
● Opportunity to put your idealism into action by helping a historically medically underserved
● Resume-building opportunity to gain exposure to the healthcare profession
● Opportunity for pre-health mentoring
● Friendly and kind office environment
● Pay rate of $20 per hour or more, depending on candidate experience
● Paid time off
● Beautiful and historic Greenwich Village location
● Opportunity to study (MCAT/etc.) or work on professional school applications in the case
of occasional downtime

We provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment
without regard to, and do not discriminate on the basis of, race, color, religion, creed, gender/sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity and expression (including transgender status), national origin, ancestry,
citizenship status, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, pregnancy, military status, veteran
status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, and local laws.

  • Tracks: Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Job
  • Contact: Full-time hours Monday through Friday. This is not a part-time position or a remote position.
    Target start date is June 1, 2023. The applicant will commit for approximately one year.
    Please email a resume and cover letter to us at
    Apply right away if interested. The process is extremely competitive.
    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Athletico Rehab Aide Opportunity

Winnetka Athletico location is in need of several rehab aides due to most of our current aides heading back to college. 

The rehab aide position provides a very valuable experience for any pre-healthcare student. There is a significant amount of patient interaction which is what most of the aides love about their position. We currently have several Northwestern students working as aides and it is fun to cheer on the wildcats in support of our team! It is a paid, part time position.

Our hours are 7am-8pm M-Th, 7 am-6:30 pm friday so we have several shifts to fill those hours. The hours are very flexible. 

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Physical Therapy, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Job
  • Contact: Anyone who is interested can email or apply on our Athletico website and search rehab aide Winnetka!

Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium (CAURS)

An annual event held each spring that allows undergraduates from 6 leading Chicago area universities - University of Chicago, Loyola University, Northwestern University, DePaul University, Illinois Institute of Technology, and the University of Illinois at Chicago - to present their research results in a professional setting.

  • Tracks: All
  • Location: Illinois Institute of Technology
  • Start: April 2021

ChicagoCHEC Fellows Program

The Chicago Cancer Health Equity Collaborative (ChicagoCHEC) Fellows program is a comprehensive learning experience for undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students at Northeastern Illinois University, University of Illinois at Chicago, Northwestern University, the City Colleges of Chicago and other community and junior colleges in the Chicago metropolitan area who are planning to apply to graduate or medical school. This program is focused on the development of academic, technical and professional skills in preparation for careers in social, behavioral and biomedical research and in healthcare.

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Job

Cleveland Clinic’s MOST Fellowship

Are you a prospective healthcare student looking to observe and participate in direct patient care? The Cleveland Clinic Medical Observation and Scribe Training (MOST) Fellowship could be the unique opportunity you are looking for. MOST is a one-year post-baccalaureate program that offers students the opportunity to work alongside healthcare providers to enhance the delivery of team-based patient care and improve physician workflow. As a medical scribe fellow, you will be exposed to the real practice of medicine at the physician-patient level. 

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Volunteer

Clinical Research Assistant: Internship

American Hip Institute is a successful sports medicine practice that is supported by a highly active Research Foundation managed by Dr. Domb.  As a clinical research intern you will have the opportunity to be responsible for a variety of clinical, surgical and research roles, including: maintaining an extensive surgical database, scribing or acting as a medical assistant in clinic, assisting with writing research studies, and supporting research processes such as journal publication, conference submissions, and prospective study management. The skills gained through these activities provide participants with an excellent foundation for their medical career.  

Clinic Assistant/Ophthalmic Technician Gap Year Position at Grassi Retina

Grassi Retina is an ophthalmology clinic in Naperville, IL, specializing in medical retina care. We are looking for a Clinic Assistant/Ophthalmic Technician to join our team! Duties include working with each patient from start to finish during their visit, collecting all clinical information requested by Dr. Grassi (such as medical histories), entering information into our electronic records (medical scribing), testing patients' eye pressure and vision, explaining procedures/treatments/diagnoses to patients and their families, communicating with referring physicians' offices, and other responsibilities as needed.


Seniors and recent graduates who are majoring in a pre-health field and wish to gain experience in a healthcare setting are encouraged to apply. We will train from the ground up to our specifications. Applicants must be detail oriented, professional, and have good communication skills. Clinic days are Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Hours variable but are often around 8am to 4:30pm, depending on the daily schedule and patient volume. On call hours are required occasionally. Please send a resume and cover letter to Salary is commensurate with experience, ability, and education level. 

  • Tracks: All

Digital Health-based Fellowship

The UCSF Accelerated Digital Clinical Ecosystem (ADviCE) is searching for dedicated, ambitious individuals interested in the intersections of health care, technology, and innovation to join our Winter Fellowship Program! The fellowship will support the launch of ADviCE in becoming a leading digital health collaborative workspace for digital health software tools — linking patients, providers, payors, innovators, health systems, policymakers, and other stakeholders. 


  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Volunteer

Full and Part Time Clinicals Needed at Advanced Dermatology

Seeking Clinicians (full or part time) at Advanced Dermotology in the Northshore Suburbs of Chicago



  • Tracks: Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Job
  • Contact: Contact Lori George for employment opportunityClinical ManagerAdvanced Dermatology847-459-6400 X137

Full-Time Clinical Research Assistant 

Ronak Patel is a double board certified Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in Sports Medicine. While providing expertise in knee and shoulder injuries, he also has an avid interest in research and improving the field of Sports Medicine.  As a clinical research assistant, you will be responsible for maintaining a surgical database as well as assisting with the formulation and writing of research studies. You will be involved in patient phone calls for follow up as well as collection of consent forms.  This position offers the opportunity to be a co-author on a number of peer-reviewed journal publications. It also offers excellent exposure to a successful clinical practice and the field of sports medicine through the work environment as well as shadowing opportunities. The position is available for 6 or 12 month periods typically; modifications to this are possible upon request. A stipend will be provided. 

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Physical Therapy, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Job
  • Contact: To apply, please send a cover letter and CV to:Dr. Ronak M. Patel

Gap Year Opportunity at Children's National 

Clinical Research Coordinator – Children's National Hospital 

The Prenatal Pediatrics Institute at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC is looking to hire a full-time Clinical Research Coordinator working at the intersection of global health, child development, neurology, and infectious disease. We are looking for (preferably Spanish-speaking) applicants interested in working on an NIH-funded prospective longitudinal study of child neurodevelopment following in utero exposure to Zika virus. The study occurs in two parts: one occurring in Washington, D.C., and the other occurring simultaneously in semi-rural communities outside of Barranquilla, Colombia. This is a two-year commitment starting in May-June 2023.  

Hands of Hope with Casa de Esperanza

Casa de Esperanza seeks applicants for the Hands of Hope Service Year Program, a gap year opportunity for pre-med/pre-health students.  Casa de Esperanza provides residential foster care to children ages birth through six who are in crisis due to abuse, neglect or the effects of HIV. For a complete description, visit the Hands of Hope program website. 

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Public Health
  • Position Type: Paid Internship
  • Contact: Darean Talmade 

Kellogg Paid Research Participation Opportunities

The Kellogg School of Management provides paid opportunities for Northwestern students or community members to participate in various aspects of the research and teaching processes. If you are interested in submitting your application for upcoming research assistant or teaching assistant opportunities, please take the following survey. The information you provide in your application will be kept confidential within the Kellogg School of Management and will be subject to the Kellogg School's privacy policy. When or if an opportunity arises that matches your experience, we will notify you from our email

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Job

Lay Mental Health Advocates Program

In this program, community volunteers are trained by doctors, clinicians, and social workers in an 8-week course that teaches them the fundamentals needed to work one-on-one supporting someone in need of help managing their mental wellness. After the completion of the 8-week course, trained lay mental health advocates have the option of being paired with someone in their community. These lay mental health advocates will be able to offer emotional support, help find resources, and empower the health-seeker to increase their confidence in advocating for themselves and others. 

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Volunteer

Master of Science Program in Cardiac Function & Interventional Technology (CFIT)

Harding University’s Master of Science program in Cardiac Function & Interventional Technology (CFIT) is currently accepting applications on a rolling basis for its second cohort. This is the nation’s first master’s degree program focused on industry-based careers in cardiac devices. International cardiac device companies have partnered with Harding by providing specialized technology for hands on laboratory experiences and are on campus regularly to provide training. 

  • Tracks: Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Volunteer

MCAT Tutor Position

MedSchoolCoach, the nation’s leader in MCAT preparation, is actively seeking tutor candidates! We are looking for individuals who are bright, dynamic and engaging, preferably with teaching or tutoring experience (TA experience is great!). Candidates must have taken the MCAT within the past 3 years, and achieved a score of 130 or higher in at least two sections of the exam. Our pay is very competitive ($45.00 per hour, with opportunities for raises and bonuses) and scheduling is flexible. This is a fantastic job for students looking to earn some extra money while doing something rewarding and fun.

Medical Assistant Position

Medical Assistant for dance and sports medicine physician in Walnut Creek, CA
-Ideal for students taking gap years prior to medical school
-Opportunity to gain clinical experience assisting Team USA doctor in sports medicine private practice
-Duties include front and back office MA tasks such as registering and scheduling patients, answering phones, housing patients and taking vitals, preparing and assisting with injections, completing blood draws, fitting braces, placing imaging and physical therapy orders
-Phlebotomy training is preferred
-Must be flexible with hours. Role is part-time/per diem averaging at 24 hours/week and as-needed to cover for staff. Training period will be closer to full-time to gain necessary experience and skills
-If interested, please email

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Physician Assistant
  • Position Type: Job
  • Contact:

Medical Career Design Fellowship

The Division of Orthopaedics at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) funds a select number of Medical Careers. Design (MCD) Fellowships to allow recent college graduates the opportunity to explore many aspects of a medical career — research, clinical practice, education, advocacy and leadership.

  • Tracks: Pre-Med
  • Position Type: Job

Medical Missionaries Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship in Global Health

Offers two recent college graduates planning on entering medical school the opportunity to gain experience in health care delivery in a developing country. Applications are accepted annually.

Medical Missionaries Volunteering

A non-profit, non-religiously affiliated organization dedicated to providing health care to under-served communities worldwide regardless of race, religion, or political affiliation. 

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Dental
  • Location: Various
  • Position Type: Volunteer
  • Start: Opportunities available on an ongoing basis
  • Contact:, (703)335-1800

Medical Scribe Training Program

Learn what Medical Scribing can do for Your Career
What Scribes Do
A medical scribe is trained to be in the room with the doctor and patients and create real time medical
records during the visit. Medical assistants and transcriptionists are not. Scribes work in various settings
such as emergency departments, small to medium doctors offices, and other facilities.
All Experience Levels Welcome
• Quickly land a job in a growing profession
• Increase job skills and security
• Online training allows for flexibility with school and family life

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Physician Assistant, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Contact:
    Take our Three Week Scribe Course
    Contact: Terry Strassel at 252-619-3562 and

Medical Student Pride Alliance Internship

Medical Student Pride Alliance (MSPA) is seeking a pre-med intern to help continue work on the LGBTQ+ Equity Report Card. This project aims to assess equity and inclusion of LGBTQ+ students at various medical schools. This role will involve data collection, data analysis, and creating a summary report and requires a minimum commitment of 1 year. The ideal candidate is passionate about LGBTQ+ inclusion and representation in medicine and is comfortable working with remote teams. Please fill out the National Leadership Team Application if interested.


The goal of our research group is to understand causes and advance novel, personalized
treatment approaches for fragile X syndrome and related neurodevelopmental disorders. Our
current laboratory and clinic-based research projects focus on human biomarker development
as well as increasing successful outcomes through clinical research and treatment in young
children, youth and adults impacted by fragile X and related disorders.

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Public Health, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Job
  • Contact:

Northwestern Undergraduate Research Journal (NURJ)

Northwestern research journal is dedicated to the publication of original undergraduate research in all disciplines, including the sciences and social sciences.

  • Tracks: All
  • Start: Taking submissions on an ongoing basis

Northwestern University Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Training Program (NU-MHRT)

The Northwestern University Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Training Program (NU-MHRT), directed by Melissa A. Simon, MD, MPH, Director of the Center for Health Equity Transformation, provides health disparities research training experiences to minority and other underrepresented students and trainees at the undergraduate through postdoctoral levels in order to prepare and enhance the next generation of scientists committed to research for improving minority health and reducing health disparities.

Trainees can focus their research and skill development in any aspect of interest that advances health equity, including but not limited to basic, translational, clinical, and population science. Research theme areas can include women’s health, cancer, health care quality and patient-centered outcomes (PCOR), chronic diseases, global health, mental health, etc.

This full-time training program is available for the following trainee levels:

  • Undergraduate (Juniors and seniors working towards a bachelor's degree)
  • Post-baccalaureate (individuals with a bachelor’s degree; can include people with or working toward a master's degree)
  • Predoctoral Scholars
  • Postdoctoral Scholars
Visit the NU-MHRT website to learn more about program eligibility, duration, anticipated deliverables, monthly stipends, exclusions, and application requirements for each of these trainee levels. 

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Public Health, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Start: Applications are accepted annually.
  • Contact: Samantha Alonis: 

Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine Research Study Coordinators Position Openings

“Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine is looking for part-time or full-time (Monday-Friday) research study coordinators. Research experience is not required. 

The position involves assisting with a variety of clinical research tasks including data collection and data entry. We are looking for dedicated, hard-working, conscientious individuals who work well in a team and can work comfortably with older men and women who have ongoing medical problems.  

The position pays $20/hour. If you are interested, please send your CV and cover letter to Kathryn Domanchuk(” 

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Job

NU: CFAAR Scholars Internship Program

The Center for Food Allergy and Asthma Research (CFAAR), part of the Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM) at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, is recruiting for the 2023 Scholars program. At CFAAR, we look to find answers and shape policies surrounding food allergy, asthma and other allergic conditions.

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Paid Internship

Perfect Pair

Perfect Pair is a unique program that matches seniors in your community one-on-one with a college volunteer, and we are looking to start a chapter at Northwestern! We match pairs based on personal interests and background, to foster beautiful cross-generational connections This is a meaningful, one-one volunteer experience, great for pre-health, pre-med, or students looking to help their local seniors.

This is a great way to get involved in leadership, running a national nonprofit chapter that has a great impact, (especially if you’re an underclassman) and the summer is a great time to get started! If you have any questions, please feel free to email Edie, our Director of Recruitment, at You can also schedule a meeting with Edie to learn more about the process of starting a chapter here! If you know you'd like to start a chapter you can fill out this form directly and we will reach out to you.

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Volunteer

Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA) Program

The IRTA program provides opportunities for recent college graduates to spend a year engaged in biomedical research at the NIH. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. 

  • Tracks: All
  • Location: Various U.S. cities
  • Start: No fixed start date

Quantitative Analysis Position

The Analyst position is a two-year commitment to start, with further opportunities for promotion and career development. You will assume significant responsibility early on, learning and then leading one of our ongoing research services, or taking a major role in individual research projects. You can expect to:
▪ Develop, program and field online research surveys to people living with diabetes and healthcare professionals across the United States, Canada, and Europe.
▪ Analyze data from online surveys, discussion board communities, interviews, and mobile ethnographies.
▪ Translate data analysis into compelling reports and visualizations that tell the story of the data and uncover important insights.
▪ Lead and manage projects, clients, partners, and vendors.
▪ Have the opportunity to contribute to published research for global and international medical conferences and in peer-reviewed journals.
▪ Gain early management experience as you take responsibility for new analysts in your second year.

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Job

Remote Data Science Internship Opportunity

TechFoundation in partnership with Mass General Brigham Hospital will be offering their fourth year of a Remote Data Science Internship, giving bright, aspiring life science students the opportunity to experience medical research and apply data analytical skills to real-world medical research. Participants are paired with top-tier PIs and over the course of 6–10-week, work remotely on medical research projects. Projects will include data validation, analysis, and project management and will directly relate to research for publication in peer-reviewed medical journals.  


  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Paid Internship
  • Contact:

Research Assistant

The Bandopadhayay Lab ( at DFCI (with co-affiliations with Boston
Children’s Hospital and the Broad Institute) is seeking a motivated research assistant to join our
efforts to find better treatments for children with brain tumors. We apply cutting-edge genomic
technologies to identify drivers of childhood cancers and to determine mechanisms of
resistance to current and novel treatments. Our lab is highly translational and spans efforts
from acquiring patient samples to generating and analyzing high-throughput datasets from
those samples.

Research Assistants and Clinical Research Assistants Tisch Multiple Sclerosis Research Center of New York

Research Assistant positions will be available at the Tisch Multiple Sclerosis Research Center of New York (Tisch MSRCNY) starting the summer of 2022. Tisch MSRCNY is an independent research center in New York City under the direction of Saud A. Sadiq, MD. The mission of Tisch MSRCNY is to find the cause and cure for multiple sclerosis through a multidisciplinary approach incorporating the fields of immunology, molecular biology, stem cell biology, neuroscience, and clinical translational research. The Tisch MSRCNY is closely affiliated with the International Multiple Sclerosis Management Practice, creating a unique environment designed to accelerate the pace of scientific discovery.

Open positions include (1) Laboratory Research Assistant and (2) Clinical Research Assistant. Ideal candidates for this educational opportunity are students who have recently completed their undergraduate education and seek a rewarding experience in a biomedical research program before attending graduate or medical school. Research Assistants work under the direct supervision of a principal investigator.

All research positions are full-time and in-person, not remote. Tisch MSRCNY follows strict COVID-19 protocols to ensure the safety of all staff. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. If interested, please send a cover letter, CV (must include your GPA), and the names of three references to Please specify “Research Assistant Application” in the e-mail.

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Physical Therapy, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Location: New York City
  • Position Type: Job
  • Start: Summer 2022
  • Contact:

Rock Steady Boxing Volunteer Opportunity

We are in need of volunteers for our Rock Steady Boxing program in Deerfield, Il. Rock Steady Boxing is a national exercise program for Parkinson's disease. This could be applicable to students who are in need of volunteer/observation opportunities working with special populations for PT, OT, and/or medical school. With these volunteer hours, students would be able to work hands-on with our participants in various exercise drills, learn how to communicate effectively and lead individuals with PD through various exercises, and observe how our Neuro-Exercise Specialists design exercise programs for various levels of Parkinson's disease. In addition, we also let volunteers shadow 1:1 sessions for diagnoses they are interested in working with.


  • Tracks: Pre-Physical Therapy, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Volunteer
  • Contact: Dillon WoodwardPhone:(312) 465-3921

Scribe America Part-time & Full-time Positions

The central role of the Medical Scribe is to relieve the physician of clerical or secretarial duties; thus, allowing the physician to focus more directly on clinical care. The scribe observes the physician during patient encounters and performs documentation on the physician’s behalf. Under the direction of the physician, they enter information into the patient’s electronic or written chart. At the physician’s request, the scribe must be able to locate past medical records, prior lab/radiology results, or past visit histories for the physician to review. Additionally, within the EMR itself the scribe needs the ability to enter data into the chart on the physician’s behalf. All scribe-entered data is reviewed and authenticated by the physician. 

-Must have a high school diploma or GED. Experience in the medical field is preferred
-Computer and typing skills are required 
-Familiarity with medical knowledge preferred 
-A responsible and mature individual with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment

Position type: Entry-level. Part-Time, typically 2-3 shifts per week. Full-time, 4-5 shifts per week. Average shift is between 8-12 hours. Hours will vary depending on location and specialty.
Visit the ScribeAmerica website to view open positions in your area. 

  • Tracks: Pre-Med
  • Location: Nationwide
  • Position Type: Job
  • Start: No fixed start date

Seeking Clinicians

Advanced Dermatology -Full or Part Time Clinicians Position - Earn patient care hours for medical school and PA programs - 24 months commitment to employment

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Pharmacy
  • Position Type: Internship
  • Contact: (847) 459- 6400 X 137

Service Year Opportunity For Graduating Seniors

The Hands of Hope House Parent Program at Casa de Esperanza provides recent
college graduates with first-hand experience caring for emotionally and medically fragile
children. House Parents commit a year to live and work with the children living in the
agency foster homes and undergo extensive training before caring for children. A service year as a House Parent gives you the opportunity to gain hands-on experience learning the role abuse, neglect, and the effects of HIV play in the lives of some of our most vulnerable children. 

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Public Health, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Volunteer

Somos Hermanos Gap Year Programs

Somos Hermanos programs are designed to equip participants with the language skills and cultural competency they need to provide high quality professional services to Latinos. Students are not required to have previous Spanish language experience before participating. The 5-month program is broken into three phases that entail a mix of one-on-one language instruction, community based volunteering and cultural activities. The program is open to anyone post undergraduate degree in the U.S. or Canada entering the health care profession (i.e. medical, nursing, therapist, dental, pharmacy, physician assistant, public health, etc), entering the legal profession, social services, or education professions. For more information view the Somos Hermanos website. Applications are accepted annually. 

  • Tracks: All
  • Location: Guatemala & Mexico

Staff Support Technician (SST) Job Opportunity

The SST position is an entry level role that provides the opportunity to work alongside our nurses and other health care team members who are critical in the delivery of patient care. This position pays $17/hour, is great for anyone looking for a highly flexible schedule, with work days and hours and does not require prior experience or certification

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Dental, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Public Health, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Job
  • Contact: Lauren

Stanford CARE Scholars Research Program

The CARE Scholars Program is a year-long virtual program to train the next generation of leaders in Asian and Global Health in precision medicine techniques.  The program is anchored by a 9-week summer data science research immersion for vulnerable populations and provides Scholars with opportunity to work with Stanford faculty, to grow as researchers and leaders, and to publish their research (2 papers expected per team).   

Leveraging Stanford’s unique ecosystem, Stanford CARE Scholars receive intense mentoring around research methods, participate in over 50 seminars, learn to network, work with our Implementation Science Fellows, and learn to ask and answer critical questions in precision medicine.  This highly successful program is entering its 5th year.

We are looking for exceptional students with diverse perspectives and a passion for health equity.

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Internship
  • Contact: Please contact our team with any questions at 

Summer Undergrad Research Opportunity - Harvard MD PhD

The Harvard/MIT Equitable Access to Research Training (HEART) MD-PhD
Summer Program is a fully-funded summer research program for
undergraduate students from backgrounds that are underrepresented in
medicine—broadly defined. HEART Program Scholars will have unique access
to clinical opportunities and conduct research at the Harvard Medical School
campus in Boston, MA from May 31st - August 9th, 2023.

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Opportunity

The University of Michigan Frankel Cardiovascular Center (F-CVC) is pleased to offer a 10-week summer undergraduate research fellowship to support undergraduate students interested in basic cardiovascular research in the summer of 2022. The program is expected to start the Tuesday, May 30, 2023, and end on August 5, 2023.

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Paid Internship

The Close Concerns Associate Program

Celebrating its 20-year anniversary in 2022, Close Concerns, a healthcare information company that advocates for people with diabetes, seeks undergraduate applicants for its two-year Associate Program, based in San Francisco.
• The Associate Program gives new college graduates unparalleled exposure to the ‘real world’ of healthcare and business, significant work experience and responsibility, international travel, and built-in support for graduate school applications.
• For candidates considering post-graduate studies, such as medical school, it is the best way to enhance your skills and knowledge, interact with healthcare leaders, and use a different part of your brain, all the while improving your chances of getting into a top graduate program. Our many talented alums have gone on to stellar careers in medicine, public health, and business.
• This is the eighteenth year of the Associate Program, and we have three places available for successful candidates.

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Job

The Northwestern Network Mentorship Program

The Northwestern Network Mentorship Program, managed by the Northwestern Alumni Association, matches Northwestern alumni with current undergraduates and other alumni to form mentoring relationships. Among the Northwestern alumni registered in the network are medical doctors and other healthcare professionals, and many of them are willing to have a mentee shadow them in their workplace. Sign-up is available year-round. 

VEG Scribes: Job Opportunity for Pre-Veterinary Students!

Veterinary Emergency Group (VEG) is revolutionizing the Veterinary Emergency experience. Our mission is to help people and their pets when they need it most. Emergency is our middle name. It’s all we do, so we do it best.

  • Tracks: Pre-Veterinary
  • Position Type: Job

Volunteer Dental Assistants

CommunityHealth, the largest volunteer-based free health clinic in the country located in the West Town neighborhood of Chicago. CommunityHealth provides primary and specialty care, medications, lab testing, mental health services, and health education at no charge to nearly 10,000 low-income, uninsured adults in Chicago, thanks in large part to our team of over 1,000 volunteers.  We are always in need of additional volunteer Dental Assistants.

Learn more and sign up for an info session at

  • Tracks: Pre-Dental
  • Position Type: Volunteer

Volunteers Needed for United Students for Veterans' Health

USVH operates by having its volunteers visit with veterans of the local VA hospital for one weekly, two-hour shift. Carpools are organized by USVH board members, either through reimbursed Ubers/Lyfts or through reimbursed gas money if team leaders have cars.

We are really excited to have you joining USVH and want to get you started as soon as possible! We will review all volunteer applications and notify you about decisions at the start of each new quarter.

Link to apply for Volunteer 

  • Tracks: All
  • Position Type: Volunteer

Young Scholars Program

The American College of Cardiology’s (ACC) Young Scholars Program is back for its fifth year! This past year, over 200 students had the opportunity to learn about careers in cardiovascular medicine from practicing cardiology professionals. Help your brightest students have the same opportunity in 2023.

The program is open to college freshman and sophomores, as well as high school juniors and seniors. Selected Young Scholars will work on a research project over the course of the year with an ACC member mentor – and have the opportunity to travel to Atlanta for ACC’s 2024 Annual Scientific Session!

  • Tracks: Pre-Med, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, Other Pre-Health Track
  • Position Type: Internship