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Summer Internship Opportunities

Internship programs

(Note, the deadline has passed for the 2017 internships. Check back for information on 2018 internships.)

2017 Summer Internship Opportunities: These internships are intended to supplement a student’s academic achievements with hands on work experiences.

Legacy Summer Internship-Human Resources

Legacy Summer Internship-IS Business Intelligence

Legacy Summer Internship-Volunteer Services

Legacy Summer Internship-Supply Chain

Application Deadline:  
Friday, May 12th 2017

Start Date: Positions will begin in June depending on department need and student availability. Internships last approximately 10 weeks.

Eligibility: Junior level or higher undergraduate and graduate level students, minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA required.

Employment: If selected as a Legacy Health summer intern you will be hired into a temporary, non-benefited position. Internship positions are non-exempt at a rate of $12/hour for undergrad interns and $14/hour for Master’s level interns.

Interviews: Legacy Health uses a two-step interview process for summer internship opportunities. Initial interviews will be completed via phone or Skype. Final interviews for selected candidates with department leaders may take in place or in person.

Decisions: Hiring decisions on selected interns will be communicated in early June.

A complete application will include the following in this order:

1. Online application

2. Professional Résumé

Please upload your resume to your profile in the TAP system, you will be prompted to do this after submitting your application.

3. Cover letter

Please provide a compelling cover letter telling us about yourself, your professional goals and how you view Legacy’s internship fitting into these goals.

All application materials must be submitted in the required format indicated above and must be received by the application deadline, no exceptions.

Legacy Health places a high priority on building a culture that values diversity in how we work with each other, how we deliver care, how we partner with our community and how we do business. Diversity is a moral, social and business imperative for us. We believe that if we do the right thing for our employees, our patients and our communities, then we are doing the right thing for our business.

Please submit any questions to AA/EOE