Undergraduate Program: How to Apply for UHLI

The Application Deadline has now passed.

Thank you to everyone who applied to the 2018 UHLI Program. All applications are now under review.

Applicants will be informed of their application status by:

March 7, 2018 (New Date)

Finding an Internship that is Right for You

If you are an undergraduate student enrolled in college in or outside of Maine and interested in a healthcare career, the Undergraduate Healthcare Leadership Initiative (UHLI) could be right for you. This program offers you the chance to get some great work experience in a healthcare setting. It will also help you decide whether a career in healthcare is right for you. UHLI will connect you with experienced healthcare professionals who may be of help to you if you decided to pursue your career here in Maine. Finally, this program offers you the opportunity to network with other college students across Maine who share your interests.  Note:  These are paid positions and are not available for school credit.

Here's how you can learn about summer internships that are available:

  1. Click on each opportunity to learn more about the organization—and the work that's available. Postings will be available in early January. 
  2. Give some thought to what you want to accomplish through an internship. Talk this over with your college health career advisor.
  3. Once you've decided on an position that may be right for you, click here to complete our online application form. Please do not contact any of the sponsoring organizations about the internships. In order to be considered for the Hanley Center's UHLI program, all applicants must follow the application process outlined here. 
  4. You will hear back from the Hanley Center staff, about your application and advise you of the decision regarding your application.
  5. Everyone selected for a position will be invited to a special orientation this spring to help you prepare for your internship experience.

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