The Visiting Student Sub-Internship Program is a funded program designed to give students from a diverse background a chance to experience the exceptional training that the Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine at the University of Washington has to offer. Students will spend four weeks on one or more of the surgical teams at Seattle Children’s Hospital, Northwest Hospital and Medical Center, University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center and/or Puget Sound Veteran’s Administrative Hospital. Students will participate in all the duties and functions of a medical student intern and care for a variety of patients in our tertiary care centers. They will also be expected to attend all scheduled house staff teaching sessions and conferences. Other options will include occasional night call at our Level 1 Orthopaedic Trauma program at Harborview Medical Center.
The program is open to applicants who demonstrate academic excellence and belong to groups that are recognized as historically underrepresented in the health science professions including but not limited to: Black/African American, American Indian, Alaska Native, Hispanic/Latino and Pacific Islander. Applicants should be strongly motivated to pursue a career in orthopaedic surgery. The program is limited to students currently enrolled in a U.S. medical school.
Please submit the following:
- A copy of your CV/Resume
- 1-2 paragraph Personal Statement explaining your interest in rotating at UW and what goals you hope to accomplish after orthopaedic surgery training
- Students will also apply for a rotation through the Visiting Student Application Service (VSAS)
Funding includes a stipend of up to $2,000 to cover travel and lodging.
Deadline for applications is April 1st and recipients will be notified by May 1st. Applicants not selected for the funded pool may, if interested, be entered to be considered into the general pool of applicants for visiting rotations.
Contact: Medical Student Education Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org / 206-744-4927