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Interested in Health Policy, Delivery, and Finance?

The Summer Enrichment Program (SEP), founded in 1986 in the Department of Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan's School of Public Health, is designed to familiarize undergraduate students with inequalities in health and health care that confront low-income communities across the United

Many hospitals, health centers, and other health and health care organizations in the Detroit-Ann Arbor-Flint area have agreed to provide paid ($3,000 for the summer) eight-week summer internships to qualified undergraduate students from across the country who demonstrate an interest in the elimination of racial/ethnic health disparities.

These internships are great opportunities for students interested in health policy, health management (including finance and health information systems), the health professions, or any career which will enable them to use their skills in a socially meaningful way. Accepted students also receive, at no cost to them, on-campus housing, a food allowance and travel expenses to and from Ann Arbor. We also provide transportation to and from the internship sites.

The application is available at:
The application deadline is February 4, 2011.

Please contact Charlita Daniels, Program Coordinator, or 
Richard Lichtenstein if you would like to discuss the Summer Enrichment Program further. The program's phone number is (734) 936-3296, or email at  This email address is hidden from email harvesters via JavaScript .