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Providence offers paid internships throughout the system for college seniors and graduate students throughout the year. Interns may be placed in various departments such as Finance, Community Health, Workforce Intelligence, and Marketing. Preference will be given to first generational college students (parents/guardians have not earned a bachelor’s degree). We value diverse applicants from a variety of backgrounds.

Internships are designed to provide mentorship, training, and opportunities to develop new skills, as well as to provide real work experience that will enhance your educational degree. Some interns will have specific job roles, while others will have project-based responsibilities. As an intern, you will:

  • Attend Providence New Employee Orientation
  • Gain exposure to various departments within Providence through informational interviewing and/or job shadowing
  • Have opportunities to participate in surgical viewings and/or career exposure events if applicable
  • Be invited to intern workshops on topics such organization, professional development, how to get a job, and leadership skills, as well as guest speaker sessions. Interns are also invited to weekly group virtual calls to network and build a sense of community among peers.
  • Internships are offered at various times throughout the year and vary by location, department and duration. Paid internships are posted on our Providence jobs page.

Internship Opportunities

Click the links below to learn about different types of internship programs that we offer.

Internship Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about our internship programs? Learn more about our internship FAQs here.

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Hear From Our Interns
  • "I think Providence is an awesome place to work. Most of everyone I met genuinely cared about my success and growth, and it's hard to say that about other places that I have worked. I already knew that I would be working for a great opportunity because of ..."

    - Submitted by California State University Health Career Administration Undergraduate Intern, 2022
  • "I thought Providence would emphasis religion more (and would have certain beliefs about health care) and they didn't in my department, which is always a pleasant surprise."

    - Submitted by University of Connecticut Masters of Public Health Graduate Intern, 2021
  • "Most positive aspect by far was the people. I was so impressed by everyone's willingness to help and making sure that I felt supported. I also felt like I was challenged to do tasks that I didn't previously have experience in. Let alone industry experience. In ..."

    - Submitted by University of Oregon MBA Graduate Intern, 2021
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