• Intern - Clinical Skills Curriculum

    Position Number
    Office of Education
    Compensation Max
    USD $12.67/Hr.
    Compensation Min
    USD $9.75/Hr.
    Location : Location
  • Overview

    Under the supervision of the Clinical Skills Director and Clinical Skills Curriculum Manager, the intern will provide staff support for the EVMS Longitudinal Generalist Mentorship Program and Clinical Skills curriculum.  Internship will run from August 2018-December 2018.


    This position works no more than 20 hours per week. 


    Assisting with planning and implementation processes for the Longitudinal Generalist Mentorship (LGM) Program by:

    1. Attending planning meetings with Clinical Skills Curriculum Director and Manager
    2. Surveying medical students using Qualtrics:
    • Preparing and distributing LGM Program Preference Survey
    • Analyzing prior year and current year specialty interest data for student placements and assisting with expanding physician participation within indicated specialties
    • Surveying community faculty using Qualtrics:
    • Preparing and distributing LGM Program Survey requesting physician mentor participation
    • Documenting and reporting confirmations to Curriculum Manager for pairing 150 first year medical students with physician mentors
    1. Faculty Appointments:
    • Assisting with analyzing data and searching community faculty database for additional community physicians based on specialty interests for participation inquiry.
    • Assisting Clinical Skills Curriculum Manager with initiating contact, documenting efforts and following up with community preceptor offices to complete new faculty appointments
    • Submitting community faculty applications and following up with physicians and medical school offices when necessary


    • Disseminating thank you certificates and evaluation feedback for the Longitudinal Generalist Mentorship (LGM) Program by:


    1. Calculating preceptor mentoring hours and merging data into certificate used as documentation for self-reported physician CME
    2. Summarizing medical student evaluation feedback on community preceptors for distribution to over 100 physician mentors
    • Drafting correspondence to include with certificate and evaluation feedback
    • Other Clinical Skills curriculum related assignments as requested.




    • High school diploma required. Bachelor’s degree in administration, health or social science field; or equivalent in experience with increasing responsibility preferred.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Ability to communicate and collaborate with faculty, staff and other departments within the medical school
    • Flexibility and ability to handle competing priorities
    • Strong planning, time management and organizational skills
    • Self-starter and capable of working with little direct supervision.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Outlook.
    • Strong database (Access) and survey (Qualtrics) management experience a plus

    Location : Location



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