Each summer, Harvard Global Health Institute (HGHI) offers opportunities for students interested in global health to connect classroom knowledge and skills to complex issues in the field. These summer research opportunities and internships range from placements in laboratories and research groups, to field work with hospitals and community health clinics, to office-based internships with NGOS and international organizations. Students also receive funding for internships or research projects they arrange independently.
During the summer of 2017, HGHI funded 72 exceptional students, who are traveling to 20 cities and countries around the world and are working with 53 different organizations. We are pleased to introduce them here! Please click on the images below to learn more.
During the summer of 2016, HGHI funded 66 exceptional students, who traveled to 29 cities and countries around the world and worked with 51 different organizations. Please click on the images below to learn more.