Patient Advocacy Internship (Perfect for Pre-Meds)
Ben's Friends is an Austin-based nonprofit that helps connect rare disease patients with others like them.
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Our Patient Advocacy Internship is about 5-10 hours a week, for a minimum of 3 months. You will work remotely, with flexible hours, so it won't interfere with classes or work.
Your primary role in this internship is to serve as a student moderator on our patient communities. You will welcome new members, write medical content, and serve as a resource for patients.
Why apply to the internship?
1. Get Into Medical School
Because medical school admissions committees see so many applicants with 4.0 and 30+ MCATs, you need another way to differentiate yourself. Nothing beats volunteering experience in which, every single day, you make a real difference in the life of a patient.
We have several current and retired doctors and nurses on the team. They've seen it all, from medical/nursing school to life after retirement.
3. Good Karma
After all, you're working to help millions of rare disease patients in need.
So far, 100% of students who volunteered with our nonprofits were accepted into medical school, including such schools as Baylor College of Medicine, UT Southwestern, and University Texas El Paso.
Interested? Please submit this form. Email
if you have any questions.
Why are you interested in being a patient advocacy intern?
What is your experience interacting with patients?
What are your career goals and how would a patient advocacy internship help you?
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