Training Programs & Internships
Our innovative Training and Internship program opportunities vary, but all include a combination of on-the-job training and an introduction to the culture at Mayo Clinic. Imagine working side-by-side with industry leaders.
Our Training Programs
Administrative Fellowship Program
The Administrative Fellowship Program is a prestigious two-year program designed as a fast track to transition top graduate students into operations management positions through focused mentoring, stretch assignments and leadership experiences.
- Begin your health care administration career at one of the largest academic health care institutions in the world. Prepare for leadership opportunities within Mayo Clinic through direct participation in activities that build and strengthen your essential administrative skills.
- Since 1983, this two-year postgraduate Administrative Fellowship Program has been cultivating generations of leaders with practical experience through an array of administrative rotations.
- Leadership, challenging work and empowerment — the support you need to begin your career in health care administration leadership.
The Administrative Fellowship Program seeks candidates from strong Master's-level accredited programs. Our selection process aims for diverse skill sets, backgrounds, work experiences and interests.
To view available openings, use "Administrative Fellow" as your search term on the site.
Strategy Fellowship Program
The Strategy Fellowship Program is a one-year advanced learning experience designed to develop outstanding individuals committed to careers in health systems engineering.
Practical experience includes providing management engineering and internal consulting support to departments, divisions and committees from any Mayo entity requesting assistance with planning, development, implementation, evaluation or improvement of clinical, administrative or operational systems, processes and procedures.
Most projects are cross-functional in nature, involving split or shared responsibility and problem-solving with disciplines and personnel from other areas, sites and regions across Mayo Clinic.
To view available openings, use "Internships and Summer Opportunities" as your category filter on your job search.
Summer Lab Science Program
The Summer Lab Science Program at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota, offers students the opportunity to gain experience in the clinical laboratory environment by working alongside Mayo Clinic laboratory employees.
Working with blood, tissue and bodily fluid specimens, technologists perform a wide range of tests from the simple to the complex, using both time-honored manual techniques and state-of-the-art instruments. A patient's diagnosis, treatment and health may be directly dependent upon the laboratory test results.
As clinical testing is highly regulated by Mayo's accrediting agencies and requires appropriate levels of educational degrees, you will not be responsible for performing clinical testing — though you'll have the opportunity to perform pre-analytical functions, work on laboratory-related projects and potentially observe high-complexity testing.
While in the Summer Lab Science Program, your responsibilities may include aliquoting, extraction, centrifugation, assay and instrument validation, and instrument preparation and loading.
For more information, contact:
- Human Resources — Summer Lab Science Program
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Internship Programs
Administrative Internship Program (AIP)
Each year, Mayo Clinic hires a cohort of graduate-level administrative interns with opportunities spanning several of our locations. Mayo’s Administrative Internship Program provides the opportunity for first year graduate students to gain in-depth project experience and contribute to our strategic priorities in a meaningful way.
Mayo Clinic provides an excellent learning environment for healthcare management graduate students interested in health care leadership. Administrative interns join a specific division or department for the summer and are precepted by an Operations Administrator or Vice Chair of Administration. Each intern will fill this position for ten to twelve weeks, dependent on availability and work unit needs. Preceptors provide graduate students with a broad range of learning opportunities depending on the priorities of the department, as well as the graduate student’s professional interests. Every intern will learn about Mayo Clinic’s integrated system and receive mentorship from senior administrative leaders, as well as current and former Administrative Fellows.
To view available openings, use "Intern-Graduate" as your search term on the site.
Questions on the Administrative Internship may be addressed to Lindsey Lehman, Operations Administrator at: Lehman.Lindsey@mayo.edu
Biomedical Statistics & Informatics
The Biomedical Statistics and Informatics Internship in Rochester, Minnesota, provides a learning experience for both undergraduate and graduate students interested in participating in the analysis of ongoing research projects conducted at Mayo Clinic.
This annual summer program begins in late May or early June (depending on candidate availability) and lasts a minimum of eight weeks.
During the Biomedical Statistics and Informatics Internship, you have an opportunity to enhance your computer and statistical skills while working under the direction of a lead statistician or lead bioinformatician.
Applications for summer 2021 internships will be accepted from Dec. 4, 2020, through Jan. 30, 2021.
For more information, contact:
- Bud Harris
- Phone: 480-342-3493
- Email: email@example.com
The Mayo Clinic Division of Engineering offers undergraduate internships to students who have completed two years of an engineering curriculum, such as electrical, mechanical, software, chemical or biomedical engineering.
While the goal of the internship is to provide exposure to a diverse cross section of engineering and development activities, the actual work done by interns is highly dependent on the work that is ongoing within the Division of Engineering at the time of the internship.
Ultimately, a successful internship involves having the intern experience a wide range of activities, including project initiation, conceptual and detailed product design, testing, deployment, and project closure.
Graduate internships within the Division of Engineering are for students enrolled in a graduate-level engineering program. While the undergraduate internship seeks to expose students to a broad set of engineering activities, the graduate internship focuses on a specific assignment related to a system or device being developed within the Division of Engineering.
A successful graduate internship allows the intern to participate in activities such as modeling or simulation, analysis, conceptual design, and solid modeling or circuit design, all leading to an actual product being delivered to our medical staff.
Undergraduate and graduate openings for the Engineering Internship are posted in our job listings in January or February each year.
For more information, contact:
- Shelly L. Weir
- Phone: 507-238-5113
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Information Security and the many talented professionals who work here are pioneers within the health care industry. They work with the latest tools and technology in host and network forensic investigation, security incident and event management, dynamic malware analysis, threat intelligence, vulnerability scanning, and identity and access management to safely investigate threats to the organization.
The Information Security Internship is an opportunity for you to gain hands-on experience while working with Mayo Clinic professionals.
Paid internships are available within the Office of Information Security for undergraduate juniors and seniors and graduate students. Three-month summer programs or semester programs are offered depending on the availability of qualified students. Opportunities may be available to extend longer than a semester, if you have an interest and Mayo has the capacity and budget.
To view available openings, use "Information Security" as your search term on the site.
The size and scope of practice at Mayo Clinic make it unique. Technologies that were created here are used worldwide. Computers, joined with video, wireless and engineering technology, support every aspect of Mayo's clinical practice, research and education.
Information technology at Mayo Clinic comprises a wide array of services and functions, including administrative applications, clinical systems, telecom and networks, and support.
Paid internships are available for undergraduate and graduate students within the Department of Information Technology. The internships range from approximately three months to six months or more.
To view available openings, use "Information Technology" as your search term on the site.
The Mayo Clinic Department of Public Affairs offers internships that provide hands-on work experience for students in the fields of communications, journalism, public relations and marketing.
Serving the needs of audiences that include employees, patients and the public, the Department of Public Affairs offers a broad spectrum of experience in the field of corporate communications. Department of Public Affairs staff members use a diverse range of media, including the Internet, intranet, print and electronic publications, and audio and video recordings, to effectively convey institutional messages. Interns gain practical knowledge through collaboration with experienced colleagues.
The Mayo Clinic atmosphere is energizing, professional and respectful. The need for excellent communicators is constant. Assignments are interesting and varied. An internship with Mayo Clinic will be a valuable learning opportunity — one that we believe you will never forget.
To view available openings, use "Public Affairs Intern" as your search term on the site.
The Video Post-Production Internship provides a learning experience during which interns participate in all aspects of video post-production. During this internship, you have an opportunity to enhance your skills while working under the direction of a mentor within the Division of Media Support Services at Mayo Clinic.
To view available openings, use "Video Post-Production" as your search term on the site.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. Learn more about "EEO is the Law." Mayo Clinic participates in E-Verify and may provide the Social Security Administration and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.
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