In alignment with MOLA’s mission, the MOLA Internship (Preceptorship) Program is designed to provide the selected candidate with a wide range of learning opportunities to build skills for the healthcare industry, with emphasis on non-for-profit, Health Administration, Public Health and Health Professional Associations. More information about MOLA’s mission and structure is available at www.chicagomola.com. The MOLA internship program also provides a stipend.
Please read this month’s testimonial from one of current interns, David Mata.
“When I started medical school, I decided to take a gap year to pursue research opportunities through a fellowship at Northwestern University. During my gap year, I decided to also be involved with organizations that enhanced my professional development as a future physician. I chose to be part of MOLA because of their mission for career advancement, linguistic and cultural competency, personal wellness, and health equity for the good of the entire Hispanic/Latinx community. Being a MOLA intern has fine tuned my organizational skills, professional development, and most of all, find a family of Hispanic/Latinx doctors who share similar values, morals, and ideals to improve the lives of others. Coming from a different state, especially as a Hispanic/Latinx student, finding a home where everyone uplifts each other was really important to me, and I found that through MOLA. I strongly encourage anyone who is interested to apply and ask any questions.”