Selected interns will:
· Engage in leadership training and
hands-on business projects
· Learn how to support the hemophilia
community as a potential future leader
· Participate in formal training on
communication skills, effective problem solving and leadership
· Spend time with mentors within
Bayer to gain insights into the inner workings of the various corporate
departments — emphasizing the importance of collaboration
· Collaborate with local hemophilia
organizations and learn about efforts to support the hemophilia community and partnerships
with business professionals
· Be responsible for developing a
project that will be presented to Bayer senior management
The program also includes a meeting with healthcare public policy professionals
in Washington D.C., a community advocacy-focused visit to the National
Hemophilia Foundation in New York City, and activities with Bayer’s partners. Incredible.
This is a unique and powerful program that will teach you a tremendous amount of business, nonprofit and advocacy skills. Apply today!
Read about past interns’ experience here!
Great Book I Just Read
The Night of the Grizzlies [Kindle]
Master true-crime storyteller Olsen recounts the true tale of a bizarre night in 1967 at Glacier National Park, when a perfect storm of humans, bears, lax policies, and inexperienced rangers came together after grizzlies attacked two 19-year-old girls in one night in separate attacks. Why did they attack? What did the humans do wrong? How did the campers and rangers react after the attacks? It was a wake up call from hell, as those involved realized that just because grizzlies had not attacked a human in 57 years, they are still wild and unpredictable. Edge of the seat thriller, page turner. It is heart-wrenching, sad but powerful. I’m now an official Jack Olsen fan. Four/five stars.