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International Teams Program Internship

Richmond
World Pediatric Project sends out an average of 45 surgical and diagnostic mission trips each year to our partner countries in Central America and the Caribbean. The International Teams Program Intern will assist program staff with the logistical aspects of these mission trips.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Packing medical supplies for shipments to partner countries
  • Helping to maintain inventory of medical supplies
  • Researching flight options and supply purchases
  • Registering team members with the U.S. Embassy
  • Compiling medical volunteer communication materials
  • Managing records, including passports and medical licenses
  • Preparing clinic materials, patient records, and other documents for mission teams
  • Running an assortment of errands as needed
  • New program directions research
Qualifications:
  • Strong computer skills
  • Proficient in time management
  • Attentive to details and to completing tasks thoroughly
  • Ability to lift up to 35 pounds
  • Note: no medical background is needed; no Spanish language skills are required
  • Must be willing to dedicate 6 hours per week for internship
  • Prefer applicants that can commit to a yearlong internship (Fall and Spring semesters)
Unpaid.