Health Frontiers in Tijuana Undergraduate Internship Program Application
Please fill out the following application. Notifications for acceptance will be sent out the week following the application due date. It is recommended that you fill out the application on a separate document and paste your answers on this form.
Internship Requirements
The HFiT-UIP is now accepting applications.

All UCSD students are eligible, with priority given to applicants from the Global Health Major and Minor.

Please note that you will be asked to purchase scrubs with an HFiT logo if accepted into the program and you will be required to enroll in GLBH 111 a global health class on Mondays from 12-1 starting fall quarter 2018.

Academic Year Info:

Students will be assigned to two different groups upon acceptance to the program. Groups will rotate through HFiT every other week throughout the quarter, such that Group 1 will attend HFiT the Saturdays of weeks 2, 4, 6 and 8 and Group 2 will attend HFiT the Saturdays of weeks 3,5,7 and 9. Students are allowed up to two absences for the quarter, but must make up the absence on the Saturday of the last week of the Quarter and/or the week after that. Students who are absent more than twice, do not notify the coordinator of an absence more than 2 days in advance, or do not make up their absence will be dropped from the program.

Summer Info:

Students will be assigned to two different groups upon acceptance to the program. Groups will rotate through HFiT every other week throughout the quarter, such that Group 1 will attend HFiT the Saturdays of Summer Session 1 and Group 2 will attend HFiT the Saturdays of Summer Session 2. Students are allowed one absence for the quarter, but must make up the absence on the Saturday of the last week of the Summer Session. Students who are absent more than once, do not notify the coordinator of an absence more than 2 days in advance, or do not make up their absence will be dropped from the program.

Students are responsible for transporting themselves to San Ysidro in the morning, where they will be picked up by a shuttle and taken to HFiT. It may be possible to utilize public transportation or to carpool with other students to the border, but HFiT will not coordinate ride arrangements. HFiT is not liable for any personal injuries (including death), property loss, or damages resulting from students transporting themselves to San Ysidro within the United States.

Students are required to have a currently valid passport, passport card, or SENTRI card in their possession.

Previous participants must apply again for each quarter of involvement.

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