ISMA is seeking two medical students (one each from the Indiana University School of Medicine and the Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine) for the summer between their first and second years to help with various exciting physician advocacy projects. The fellows will assist the ISMA Vice President of Government Affairs in developing talking points for legislative sessions, reviewing new laws, researching health care policy, and several other eye-opening endeavors at ISMA. This is a great opportunity for any medical student, especially those who plan on being involved with health care administration and shaping health care's influence in society.
The fellowship is a part-time, paid position. While the hours are flexible based on the students’ schedules, fellows are expected to work weekdays over approximately eight weeks at the ISMA office in Indianapolis.
In addition to offering valuable experience in physician advocacy, the Health Policy Summer Fellowship will be an excellent talking point when you interview for residency positions!
Please send your resume or CV and responses to the application questions below to Luke McNamee by Feb. 9.
Applications will be accepted and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis and final selections will be announced no later than March 1.
Additional information can be found here >>