Internship & Fellowship Program

Empowering future leaders to address emerging human health threats.

CCS is fostering the next generation of leaders to advance a sustainable health concept. CCS’s Internship (undergraduates) and Fellowship (graduate/ post-graduate) Program is geared for students and early professionals seeking to hone their skills in the rigorous, cross-disciplinary environment of CCS. To this end, Fellows and Interns come from diverse backgrounds, including Medicine, Law, Public Health, Life Sciences, Business, Journalism, Creative Design, and Communication. 

We teach students the skills that they will need to become the next generation of scientists and leaders equipped to address challenging problems and create change in the fields of pandemic prevention, climate change, and human-relevant medical science.

Our Interns and Fellows have taken the skills they learned at CCS to work for companies such as Beyond Meat, and further their careers in medicine, public health, biomedical science, and other career tracks. Some have even become CCS employees!

Our students typically enroll for our Spring, Fall or Summer programs.

Meet the CCS Alumni

Alice Huang

Seton Hall Law School, JD

Andrew Hullman

University of Michigan, BA Film, Television, Video & Media

Ariel Kilpatrick

St. George’s University, MPH Public Health

Caitlyn Murphy

Clemson University, BS Microbiology

Carly Wahlberg

Clemson University, BS Economics & Mathematics

Cindy Lundt

Lewis and Clark Law School, JD

Darrell Robinson

State University of New York, Birmingham; PhD Biomedical Engineering

Darya Mossavi

Columbia University, Master’s Applies Statistics & PhD Kinesiology

Elizabeth Kasprzak

Illinois Institute of Technology, BS Biomedical Engineering

F. Salomón Flamenco

Reed College, Political Science

Grace Augdahl

Drexel University, MPH

Harry Song

University of California, Los Angeles, Economics & Media Production

Helena Cardenas

University of Colorado, BS Integrative Physiology

Indranil Sinha

Texas Tech University, MS Bioengineering

Isha Shrestha

Roosevelt University, MA Biomedical Science

Jasmine Alvelo

Georgetown University, BA Biomedical Engineering

Jessica Hastings

Cornell University, BS Biomedical Engineering

John Otrompke

DePaul University College of Law, JD Health Law

Kaia Turowski

Lewis and Clark Law School, Master's in International Environment Law

Kendall Rooks

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, BA Journalism & Mass Communication

Kevin Stonewall

Loyola University Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine, MD

Lama Ahmed ElZohary

George Mason University, PhD Bioscience

Lucia Chambi

Virginia Tech, BS Animal Science

Mikalah Singer

Lewis and Clark Law School, JD

Mitali Dahanukar

Georgetown University, MPH Global Public Health

Nishant Patel

North Carolina State University, BS Human Biology

Obinna F. Ezeibekwe

Northern Illinois University, PhD Economics & Statistics

Patrick Ryan

College of William and Mary, BA Political Science

Pria Nijhar

University of California, Davis, Managerial Economics & Political Science

Ryan Weaver

Tufts University, Master's in Infectious Diseases and Global Health; Alma College, BS Biology/Environmental Studies

Sankalpa Ghose

Columbia University, BS Biomedical Engineering

Sara Feld

Lewis and Clark Law School, JD

Sara Sullivan

Ohio University, MA Public Administration

Sergine Zeufack

University of Oxford, Global Health Science and Epidemiology; Harvard University, BS Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology

Syama Patel

Temple University, MS Biochemistry

Sydney Lo

Imperial College London, BS Biotechnology

Tianna Montgomery

Old Dominion University, BA Communications & Media

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