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Student Opportunities

Creating the leaders of tomorrow by discovering the talent of today.

While UPMC is already recognized for its outstanding clinical opportunities for medical students, did you know we also have non-clinical internships and entry level jobs for college students and recent graduates?

Whatever your major, we have opportunities that will help you build the foundation for your future career.

Who What Why
Current students and recent college graduates Summer Associates Internship Program Get hands-on business experience during this 11-week summer internship.
Quick Search for UPMC Jobs Find entry level jobs in a variety of health care fields.
Health sciences students Student Research Training Program Learn the rationale, design strategies, and methods of biomedical research.
Nursing students Summer Student Nurse Internship Prepare for the real work of professional nursing.
Pharmacy students Check back soon for updates Build skills to work in any hospital or institutional pharmacy.
Finance/Accounting majors graduating on or before May 2014 Finance Management Rotation Program Gain diverse financial management experience.
Information Technology related majors graduating on or before May 2014 Information Services Division Rotation Program Gain diverse information technology and leadership experience.
Graduate students, residents, and fellows Graduate Medical Education Receive outstanding graduate medical education in a supportive environment.
Administrative Fellowship Program Expand your health care management experience.

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