Pharmacy Student Selected for Johns Hopkins Internship
Selective Internship Program Offers Health System Practice Experience
Aminah Anderson, a P2 student at the UC School of Pharmacy, has been accepted into the Johns Hopkins Pharmacy Internship Program. This 9-week summer internship program offers pharmacy students a structured learning experience intended to provide exposure to health system pharmacy practice.
Only about 20 students are selected each year nationwide, and internships take place at one of three locations: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, East Baltimore Campus; Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and Johns Hopkins Home Care Group. Interns are assigned a location, and typically work 40 hours per week and complete a minimum of 9 consecutive weeks.
According to Johns Hopkins, the program “supports and guides the student intern while allowing them to profess at their own pace based upon their experiences and interests.”
For more information about the program: Johns Hopkins Pharmacy Internship Program (hopkinsmedicine.org)