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Gain valuable, hands-on experience with biomedical equipment, testing,repairing, and preparing for shipments around the worldto contribute to thisglobal health initiative.Interns will work10 - 40 hours per week depending on the intern's schedule, and learn to:
Test a wide variety of life savingbiomedical equipment to ensure proper function
Match equipment with its ancillary parts and consumables, and perform minorrepairs as needed
Work with biomedical engineers on a regular basis
Carefully package biomed equipment to send to hospitals and clinicsaround the world in need.
Through the above projects Interns at Project C.U.R.E. have the power to make a difference in supporting doctors, hospitals, and clinics on an international scale.
Preferably an individual with any small knowledge of biomedical, nursing, or any medical experience.
Students seeking a career in biology, biomedical, nursing, or any health related field
Individuals with a personal mission to save lives
All years are encouraged to apply.
How to apply: Email resume with a cover letter to Chicagovolunteer@projectcure.org
About : A nonprofit, international relief organization, Project C.U.R.E. delivers donated medical supplies and equipment to more than 130 countries around the world in dire need of life-saving healthcare essentials.
Job Type: UnpaidInternship
We'll work with your schedule.
10305 Argonne Dr.Woodridge, IL 60517
- Mechanical Engineering
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- At least 10 hours a week