Internships & Fellowships The
Internship Program of the National Museum of the American Indian is
designed to provide an
educational opportunity for students in the area of
museum practice and related programming through
guided work/research experiences using the resources of
the National Museum of the American Indian
and other Smithsonian offices. The Office of Alaska Native Health
Research (OANHR) at the Alaska Native Tribal Health
Consortium (ANTHC) in Anchorage, Alaska is
seeking American Indian/Alaska Native applicants
for a post-doctoral research fellowship. This
post-doctoral research fellowship is an excellent
opportunity to develop skills in epidemiologic research
focusing on health disparities in Alaska Natives.
Requirements: MD or equivalent degree and completion of
residency training; Native preference in
hiring; and, U.S. Citizen. Applicants should submit a
curriculum vitae and cover letter describing areas
of research interest by email to: Elizabeth D. Ferucci,
MD at firstname.lastname@example.org The American Indian Science and
Engineering Society (AISES) Internship Program is a
summer program that provides qualified American
Indian/Alaska Native college students with
opportunities to explore potential federal service
careers. Please call Diane Haynes, AHRC at
770-488-1738 should you have any questions. Also you
may wish to check out
for much more detailed information regarding the AISES
Organization and the Internship program.
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access to the federal government.