Theme: Social issues, parish-public engagements, and public health networks
The Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) of the Ateneo de Manila University is pleased to announce the Call for Applications for the IPC Undergraduate Internship Program 2020-2021. The internship program, introduced in 2018, provides students an opportunity to gain valuable research experience toward a career in research, social development, social policy, health social science, and public health. Selected interns will participate in the research activities of IPC studies on public health networks, on church-public engagements and the church in the Philippine context, and on the epidemiology of violence in communities.
The internship will be conducted online from 10 July 2020 to 4 September 2020. The program is open to social science undergraduates who are incoming third or fourth-year college students, preferably with some background in the social sciences, public health, and health sciences. Interns will be tasked with document preparation and data analysis, archival research, website management, webinar support, online event and meeting preparation, and project site logistics and communications.
The IPC welcomes applicants from colleges and universities nationwide.
Applicants must submit the following documents:
- Letter of recommendation from their research methods course instructor or the department chair or unit head (to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the recommending person);
- Updated curriculum vitae with ID picture; and
- Accomplished IPC Research Internship Form available through this link: bit.ly/IPCInternshipForm
Applications must be emailed to Ms. Shyl Sales, IPC administrative assistant, at email@example.com on or before Friday, 12 June 2020. The Institute will inform applicants of the internship decision on 29 June 2020.