Diversity Programs for University and Graduate Students
CHI’s emerging leadership and intern programs are designed to attract and develop top racial and ethnic minority talent, preparing participants for positions within CHI and the larger health care industry.
For more information, choose the CHI program below that interests you:
Catholic Health Initiatives is proud to partner with INROADS, the nation’s largest non-profit source of paid internships for undergraduate, diverse youth. The mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented underserved youth in roles in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership. Through this partnership, Catholic Health Initiatives sponsors INROADS interns each summer, providing the necessary skills, support, and networking opportunities to build bright and promising futures.
Highlights of these paid experiences include:
Program duration and location
This internship is based at our headquarters in Englewood, CO. It is a ten-week paid summer internship experience that grants those who are successful in the program the priority to return over multiple summers until they graduate.
Areas of focus
This program provides interns with the customized skills and development training to enable them to make meaningful contributions to Catholic Health Initiatives’ business objectives and health care operations. Interns may be assigned to a variety of departments within our National Office.
INROADS is available to college students pursuing a degree. Requirements include:
For more information on the INROADS program, please visit inroads.org.
Through this program, students increase their knowledge and enhance their professional competencies in the ever-changing world of health care. Working with our National Office team gives students an excellent opportunity to work on “real-world” projects while strengthening their business, communication, presentation and networking skills. Catholic Health Initiatives interns will work on assignments and lead projects for a variety of operational and strategic initiatives that have system-wide impact. As a summer intern, you will assume significant accountability and ownership for your assignments and projects and you will have the opportunity for additional enrichment opportunities. Most projects will involve synthesizing a variety of analyses into effective and successful implementation strategies. At the end of the program, each intern will present his/her results to Senior Leadership, Intern Mentors and various CHI employees.
Highlights of this paid experience include:
Program duration and location
This internship is based at our headquarters in Englewood, CO. It is a ten-week paid summer internship experience that typically runs early June – mid August. Recruitment for this internship is January – March.
Areas of focus
Advanced Practice Care, Care Management, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Managed Care, Strategy and Business Development, and Virtual Health Services are some of the areas for internship opportunities.
We offer a variety of positions for undergrad and graduate level students with backgrounds in business, public health, finance, statistics, marketing, communications, and other disciplines.
Successful interns are those who are eager to impact the future of healthcare at an organization committed to the needs of the community. Candidates should be enthusiastic about CHI’s work and eager to learn.
If you are interested in participating in this exciting summer internship, please apply online.
We also encourage you to explore other career opportunities at CHI.
CHI’s Executive Diversity Fellowship Program offers development fellowships for female, racial minority and ethnic minority candidates seeking leadership positions in all levels of management within the organization. The program gives candidates an opportunity to experience a variety of administrative roles while providing mentorship and education by top leaders within CHI.
Candidates for the Executive Diversity Fellowship Program should be women and/or members of racial or ethnic minorities, have a graduate degree and at least three years of health care management experience, and be able to articulate a match between their career goals and CHI’s leadership needs.
Candidates should have an accredited graduate degree and three years of health care management experience.
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