The Basic Home Infusion (BHI) Internship Program is a selective, paid experience providing undergraduate students and recent alumni with meaningful, challenging, and supportive professional exposure. The focus of our Internship Program is to assist interns in building on individual goals and skill sets through gradual inclusion into the non-clinical aspects of a successful healthcare company. Interns gain practical, translatable, hands-on experience through the mentorship of highly skilled industry professionals within the following departments of our corporate office:
- Business Development
- Social Media
- Human Resources
BHI grants interns the opportunity to select projects tailored to the advancement of their specific field of study and professional ambitions in addition to structured assignments. We offer flexibility of internship length and the scheduling of intern hours in order to accommodate coursework.
Interns are compensated at $10 per hour to start, and there exists the possibility of permanent, full-time job placement upon graduation or the conclusion of the internship.
We are currently accepting applications for candidates of varying majors with areas of interest in all departments listed above. The ideal candidate will be highly self-motivated, possess an interest in the healthcare field, exhibit solid communication skills, and have a strong working knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications. In addition, the following criteria must be met in order to qualify for this program:
- Junior or senior currently enrolled in a college/university degree program OR recent alumni of such a program
- Minimum GPA of 3.0
- One Letter of Reference from Professors (or alternate professional sources)
To apply for an internship with Basic Home Infusion, email the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Your resume with GPA
2. Cover letter indicating your specific internship goals and department(s) of interest
3. At least 1 professional letters of reference
To learn more about the BHI Internship Program, please contact:
(201) 475-0500 Ext. 211