At IHA, we’re doing important work.
Advocating on behalf of Indiana hospitals. Improving patient safety. Collaborating with health care providers to ensure Hoosiers are healthier and our communities are more vibrant. If you’re interested in doing meaningful work for a cause that plays a vital role in all of our lives—and doing so in a collaborative environment with teammates who care deeply about their work—we encourage you to apply to IHA.
IHA summer 2017 interns from left to right: Maddy Bettegnies, Mallory Utley, Trevor Cunningham, Samantha Kupiainen, and Jeannie Hsu. Please see the intern alumni guide at the bottom of the page for more information on past interns.
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Interested in being considered for the Indiana Hospital Association Communications Internship?
IHA is always accepting applications for communications interns. Interns should be organized, flexible, and motivated by working for a hospital/health-focused association. Duties include, but are not limited to, communication planning, presentation/report creation, website updates, e-communications, copywriting and editing, media tracking, and professional membership group support. These interns will work closely with the communications team and other IHA staff to implement multiple projects. IHA offers compensation for this internship and a fun, dynamic work environment.
Submit your resume, cover letter and three writing samples to Jennifer Hurtubise, Vice President of Communications.
What Other IHA Interns Say:
"My internship at the Indiana Hospital Association taught me lessons in collaboration, goal orientation, and, above all else, accountability. I was tasked with opportunities that allowed for growth and personal advancement while teaching me the fundamentals of health care-related communication. My tenure with IHA was one rich with ample opportunities and unparalleled support from the staff." - Adam Dietz, Summer/Fall 2013 Intern
"Serving as the communications intern at the Indiana Hospital Association afforded me the opportunity to get real-life communication, public relations, and marketing experience. I was able to build my portfolio while also contributing to work that positively and directly affected the organization as a whole. If you are looking for an internship that is challenging and engaging, IHA is the place for you." - Trey Meehan, Summer/Fall 2014 Intern
"I loved my experience as the communications intern at IHA. I had the opportunity to gain more experience in public relations and communications while working on a variety of projects that contribute to helping Indiana hospitals and fellow Hoosiers. In addition to the professional growth, it was an enjoyable place to work, with a fun and friendly staff." - Kailyn Castro, Winter/Spring 2015
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