EM+ER Internship Program Overview
The Emergency Management + Enterprise Resilience (EM+ER) Internship Program is designed as a 16-week in-person program for undergraduate and graduate level students (“Mentees”) interested in the field of emergency management in a hospital setting. The Mentees will be matched with an EM+ER staff member (“Mentor”) through a mutual selection process based on interests, projects and backgrounds. The primary goal is to expose up and coming mentees to the field of emergency management as well as for the mentees to gain career experience in the professional environment through deliverable development, professional workshops and networking opportunities. This internship is compensated.
Who are Mentors?
– NYU Langone EM+ER Staff Members who have worked at NYU Langone for 1+ years
– Willing to commit to being the primary manager to a mentor for up to 3 months
– Completed and Approved application that includes primary and secondary project ideas with defined deliverables
– Actively involved in recruit and mentee applicant process to ensure best match for both mentee and mentor
Who are Mentees?
– Undergraduate or graduate level students with an interest in Emergency Management
– Able to work 20-30 hours a week in New York City over a 16-week period
– Strong interpersonal, writing and verbal communication skills
– Background knowledge in emergency management, hospital administration, public administration, medical services, business continuity or other related fields
– Driven to complete a meaningful project with real world applications
Program Start Date: October 11, 2021
Each Mentee under the guidance of their Mentor will be expected to complete a project that will cumulate into the Mentee Deliverable Presentation at the end of the program.
Mentee Deliverable Presentations: April 8, 2021
Mentees will complete the following EM+ER Mentorship Checklist by the end of their time at NYU Langone Health:
- Set up informational interviews with relevant staff
- Facilitate an 0830 Daily Operations Briefing
- Participate in an exercise
- Participate in a training or prep talk
- Report out at a staff meeting
- Facilitate an interdepartmental meeting – at Mentor’s discretion
- Visit Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Long Island campus
- Present final project at end of mentorship
- This is an in-person internship. Please do not apply if you are unable to be in NYC for 20-30 hours a week.
- All applicants must be enrolled full-time in a college or university.
- Must show proof of vaccination upon employment
Any questions regarding this program can be directed to Rebecca Glenn, Senior Emergency Management Specialist, at Rebecca.email@example.com