Call for Applications: Mary Racelis Internship Program for Undergraduates 2022
18 May 2022
The Institute of Philippine Culture, School of Social Sciences of the Ateneo de Manila University is now accepting applications to the Mary Racelis Internship Program for Undergraduates (MRIPU) which will run from 20 June to 12 August 2022.
The eight-week program provides incoming third-year and fourth-year Social Science undergraduates preferably with background/experience in research methods, communications, and public health, the opportunity to acquire valuable research experience toward a career in research, social development, and public health.
The IPC offers a series of learning/training sessions on the institute’s core competencies, and inclusive spaces for interns’ own kumustahan-kwentuhan during the 8-week internship. An important aspect of the internship is the privilege to take part in the activities of IPC research teams currently working on communications, gender, and public health (local health information systems models; digital health applications; traditional and complementary health care approaches).
Interns’ major tasks will include document preparation and review, primary data collection and analysis, online/archival research, webinar planning, and support, online event and meeting preparation, and project site logistics and communications.
The IPC welcomes applicants coming from colleges and universities nationwide.
To apply, kindly accomplish the Mary Racelis Internship Program for Undergraduates Application Form available through this link and upload this together with your updated curriculum vitae and a recent 1x1 ID picture. A letter of recommendation from your research methods course instructor or department chair or unit head must be submitted directly to Ms. Shyl Sales, IPC Administrative Assistant (email@example.com) by the recommending person.
Applications will be accepted until 5pm, Friday, 3 June 2022. Results will be released on 14 June 2022.
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