Program Assistant Intern, Human Rights Clinic

The Human Rights Clinic (HRC) is the U.S. program of HealthRight International, currently serving the New York metro area. The HRC recruits, trains, and deploys licensed health care professionals (e.g., physicians, psychologists, clinical social workers) to provide expert forensic evaluations, affidavits, and testimony on behalf of immigrant survivors of torture and other human rights abuses in their applications for immigration relief. The HRC project model also includes a follow-up case management component to connect survivors with needed resources in their communities. The HRC is seeking a Program Assistant intern who will serve as a critical member of its team in NY. This internship offers an excellent opportunity to gain unique knowledge and experience in cross-cutting issues related to human rights, immigration law, medicine, mental health, social work, as well as nonprofit management.

For more information, download the full internship description here.


Last Mile Populations Lab

Spring 2019 Applications Now Open!

For the past 25 years, aspiring public health professionals have contributed to HealthRight’s work through engaging and experiential internship labs. We believe that offering meaningful internships is an investment that can have a substantive impact on HealthRight, the communities we serve, and the broader field of global health. With support and guidance from staff, HealthRight interns design programs, analyze project data, present at conferences, write and submit proposals, develop monitoring and evaluation systems, raise funds, publish in peer-reviewed journals, attend events, meet public health superstars, and much more.

We will begin reviewing applications for the spring program on January 1, 2019 and will accept applicants on a rolling basis until January 13, 2019.

To view instructions for the fall 2018 internship program, click here.


Volunteer Physicians and Mental Health Professionals

HealthRight International seeks licensed physicians and mental health professionals in New York to volunteer with its Human Rights Clinic and provide forensic services to survivors of torture seeking asylum in the United States.

Volunteers are required to attend a half-day training. Please check the events page for future training dates.

Click here to download the HRC Application

For more information, please call 212-992-6127 or email HRC.training@healthright.org.

 



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