I-TECH provides funded opportunities for University of Washington students to work with its country programs and technical teams. These opportunities include research and student assistant positions. If selected, students will work closely with an I-TECH mentor to develop and complete projects. Participants will gain practical experience in the field of global health while supporting I-TECH’s work. Please note that students in the Department of Global Health and affiliated departments are given priority.
There are no openings at this time. Check back often for updates.