Office of Student Internships
Creating educational opportunities that inspire students from high school through medical school to pursue the health careers that are needed most across our region.
The Office of Student Internships creates meaningful health experiences for students interested in pursuing healthcare careers. Internship opportunities give students a chance to explore various healthcare disciplines including family medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, dental, pharmacy, and mental health. Internships vary in focus and duration, but all provide engaging and collaborative experiences within MAHEC and support our overall goal to train the next generation of healthcare professionals.
We provide a variety of student internship and fellowship opportunities beginning in high school with MAHECxplorer through medical school with our rural-focused Kenan Primary Care Medical Scholars. To learn more about each program, please click on the links below.
Our Program Director
Amanda Greene, MPA, is passionate about supporting opportunities for all students and has worked with internship programs at MAHEC since 2013.
Amanda graduated from Appalachian State University in 2006 with a degree in organizational communication and in 2014 earned her master’s degree in public affairs from Western Carolina University. She has held various positions within higher education institutions and non-profits, and is particularly drawn to working with underserved youth and rural communities.