We're proud to announce our 2018 class of Summer Interns!
JOF’s Summer Intern Program is designed to provide college students with an immersion experience in healthcare. The program gives students the opportunity to explore various health fields while shadowing experienced providers as they treat patients. Whether a student is interested in becoming a nurse, a physician, a physician assistant, or a physical or occupational therapist, this internship allows each student the chance to witness the unique aspects of each professional role. Learn more about our Summer Intern Program here.
Kenneth Zhou is a philosophy major at UC Berkeley. He is a healthcare volunteer and is exploring a career in the field.
|Amy Wang is majoring in biological sciences at Cal State University East Bay. She aspires to become a physician.|
|Ty’Jah Banks, a biology major at UC Merced, is planning to become either a physician or a nurse.|
|Qihua “Nancy” Sun is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering. She plans to become a physician.|
|Emily Hotchkiss, a biological sciences major at Notre Dame de Namur University, wants to become a physician.|
|Bradley Filgas is a biomedical engineering major at San Jose State University. His dream is to design biomedical devices.|
|Amaris Durst is taking prerequisite classes at Chabot Community College in preparation for nursing school.|
|Lauren Schwartz, a kinesiology major at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, is considering becoming a physical therapist, a nurse practitioner or a physician assistant.|