NHMA Internship Program for College or Medical Students

The National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) is a non-profit organization that represents more than 50,000 members across the country. We are the leader in Hispanic Health issues who works with a diverse array of partners. Our partners throughout the county, include representatives from government, foundations, and industry. NHMA is looking for summer and fall interns to fill the positions below.

Programs InternshipThe National Hispanic Medical Association is looking to hire (2) Programs Interns. The Programs Interns will manage responsibilities across a wide range of NHMA programs. The Programs Interns should be energetic, entrepreneurial, and highly motivated professionals. Self-motivation, flexibility, attention to detail, and successfully handling multiple projects are essential for this internship. Programs Interns will gain invaluable career experience in a wide variety of functions including and not limited to; project management, program execution, policy, and research work. Programs Interns play a vital role within the team and are perfect for candidates who are looking to gain experience and additional skill sets in their career. The applicant should have familiarity or an interest in working with the Hispanic Community and Medical Professionals.

Communications Internship. The National Hispanic Medical Association is looking to hire (2) Communications InternsThe National Hispanic Medical Association coordinates health communications campaigns with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on HIV Awareness, with the CDC on COVID-19, and with Centene on Health Literacy.  NHMA also leads #Vaccinate4All COVID-19 education and vaccine confidence. NHMA also focuses its marketing flyers and social media ads and messages on its spring Annual Conference and Chapter Forums, and winter National Hispanic Health Foundation (NHHF) Scholarship Galas. NHMA sends out monthly Newsletters, Weekly Announcements on Constant Contact, coordinates Twitter chats and Webinars as well as manages 2 websites and a portal (HispanicHealth.info). NHMA monitors and reports on all campaigns.

Qualifications: Interest in health and/or event/meeting planning. Strong research skills coupled with good multitasking skills. Ability to get along with others and work in a fast paced office. Proficient in Microsoft Office and a plus if knows photoshop and social media. Good communication skills. Good phone/email etiquette. Office work experience a plus. Internships are paid at a rate of $15/hour.

Note: Interns are hired year-round and we are flexible with the internship schedule. However, the internship workdays will require the intern to work in the D.C. office.

For more information, contact Yazmin Alfonso at [email protected] or (202) 628-5895