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OrganizationInternship/APPE/IPPETopicTime AvailableNumber AwardedEligibilityDeadlineLink for InfoPast RecipientsAdditional Notes
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APhA-ASP
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APPE-ElectiveAssociation Management and Leadership [practice areas include: student development, practice development, policy and advocacy / state services, public relations, periodicals, strategic alliances and business development, Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS), and Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB)]4-6 weeks, August 11th-April 30th (excluding December)1 per practice area per rotation timeslotAPhA-ASP MemberJan 15th of P3 yearhttp://www.pharmacist.com/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Home2&TEMPLATE=/CM/ContentDisplay.cfm&CONTENTID=12826in Washington, DC. No stipend or salary
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Summer InternshipAssociation Management and Leadership [practice areas include: student development, practice development, policy and advocacy / state services, public relations, periodicals, strategic alliances and business development, Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS), and Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB)]8-10 weeks within mid-May to early-August1 to 2APhA-ASP MemberJan 15th of any yearhttp://www.pharmacist.com/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Home2&TEMPLATE=/CM/ContentDisplay.cfm&CONTENTID=12826in Washington, DC. "Modest" stipend. 1 internship guaranteed in Student Development. All other areas may not be available year-to-year.
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ASHP
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APPE-ElectiveNational Association Managementhttp://www.ashp.org/Import/MEMBERCENTER/StudentForum/Programs/ASHPExperientialExternshipProgram.aspx
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Summer Internship National association management10 weeks during the summer1 to 2enrolled in a full-time ACPE-accredited doctor of pharmacy program, in good academic standing, and have an active membership with ASHPFebruary 1st of any yearhttp://www.ashp.org/Import/ABOUTUS/Careers/ResidenciesInternshipsExternships/ASHPSummerInternship.aspxBethesda, MD. ASHP does not provide a stipend or salary. All personal expenses and arrangements (e.g., housing, transportation, etc.) are the responsibility of the intern. ASHP will reimburse the intern for routine expenses associated with attendance at the Summer Meeting, including transportation, meeting registration, and hotel.
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IPSF**Note** IPSF Liaison is responsible for forwarding notices to chapter members about IPSF internships - a call is always sent to them via email**
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WHO InternshipsMedicines Quality Insurance, Tobacco Free Initiative (TBI), Stop TB Partnership, HIV/AIDS Department, Literature Reviewvary - 9-12 weeks, most in Geneva, Switzerland1-2 per callAPhA-ASP (or Individual IPSF) Member - can qualify up to 4 years after graduationvary - May, July, September, Decemberhttp://www.ipsf.org/internshipsContact National/International IPSF Officers for more info
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FIP Internshipvary - 12 weeks minimum requested1 to 2APhA-ASP (or Individual IPSF) MemberJulyhttp://www.ipsf.org/internshipsContact National/International IPSF Officers for more info
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UNAIDS Internship (not IPSF directly)--Januaryhttp://www.ipsf.org/internshipsContact National/International IPSF Officers for more info
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European CDC Internship (not IPSF directly)--January, Aprilhttp://www.ipsf.org/internshipsContact National/International IPSF Officers for more info
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European Law Students' Association Research PartnershipHealth LawOctober through September; in The Netherlands 1-6 months1APhA-ASP (or Individual IPSF Member)MayContact National/International IPSF Officers for more infoContact National/International IPSF Officers for more info
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NCPA
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APPE-ElectiveNational Association Management - focus in independent community pharmacy practicehttp://www.ncpanet.org/index.php/internship-opportunities/experiential-rotation
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Summer Internshiphttp://www.ncpanet.org/index.php/internship-opportunities/internships
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ResidencyExecutive Residency Program in Association Managementhttp://www.ncpanet.org/index.php/internship-opportunities
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WSPA
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APPEOptions for activities include involvement in Medication Therapy Management, disease management projects, Immunization Training, ECP Training, Tobacco Cessation Training, Medication Safety, billing and reimbursement issues, membership support, legislative and regulatory issues, special multidisciplinary task forces, organizational management, meeting planning, and practice site development.http://oppe.pharmacy.washington.edu/PracticumSite/record_detail.lasso?&RotationName=Washington%20State%20Pharmacy%20AssociationDue the vast variety of opportunities, practicums are customized to meet the needs of each student.
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