Work with the Innovation Hub
Are you comfortable in creative, collaborative settings, and also wired to take action and follow through? Are you obsessed with making healthcare better for everyone? The Sibley Innovation Hub is seeking the help of a student intern with a passion for envisioning the future of healthcare and making it a reality. Working out of Sibley Memorial Hospital, a proud partner of Johns Hopkins Medicine, the intern will support a variety of Hub activities, including user interviews, building and testing prototypes, and doing storytelling work to communicate and document our human-centered design process.
The Sibley Innovation Hub has the following internship opportunities for interested candidates. Though we are not able to provide compensation, you'll have unparalleled exposure and learning opportunities. We are also happy to facilitate class credit where possible.
Internship Opportunities: Fall '17
Video + Maker Intern
If you love creating videos and building stuff with your hands, this will be your dream internship. Get right in the mix of design projects by filming, editing and publishing short videos, in addition to print materials, about Hub efforts. Examples from the past year: a three minute demonstration on robots that deliver prescriptions; a two minute explanation of a video conference offering from the chaplaincy; a 15 minute tutorial on interviewing technique. Animated content is always a possibility, too! The shorts on our ListenImagineDo.com site were created by a former Hub intern. You'll get to be part of a variety of other healthcare innovation projects, supporting Hub staff and helping construct physical prototypes and functional mock ups using our three 3D printers and in-house maker space as the need arises.
Familiarity with Final Cut Pro software strongly preferred.
Coding for Healthcare Intern
Python! Know it? Other coding languages welcome, too. We're building the future of healthcare in inspiring ways: automation; virtual reality; IOT; in-room tablets; and more. Come work with our talented and experienced Engineer-in-Residence, Matt Webster. Get real world practice and awesome material for your resumé. You'll get to be part of a variety of other healthcare innovation projects, supporting Hub staff and helping construct physical prototypes and functional mock ups using our three 3D printers and in-house maker space as the need arises.
To apply, please contact us below.