Internship Program

Our Internship Program helps pre-medical or pre-PA students gain hands-on clinical experience while they are applying to professional schools.  Applicants who are selected for the program are trained as a medical assistant and help with day-to-day operations in the clinic.

Following one year of employment, medical assistants are allowed to take the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) Exam.

Training Topics

  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Medical Documentation
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • Medical Terminology
  • Medical Procedures
  • Laboratory Skills
  • Pharmacology and Dispensing
  • Human Diseases



  • Legal and Ethics
  • Office/Financial Management
  • CPR
  • Clinical Skills (including vitals, phlebotomy, EKG, spirometry, sterile technique and surgical assisting, ear lavage, injections, IV insertion, splinting)


Applications may be submitted annually in the month of March.  Interviews will be scheduled in April and training will typically start in May.  A student’s yearly commitment will run from June to June.  High priority will be given to applicants who have hands-on healthcare experience (CNA, EMT, RN, LPN, etc.).

Applicants are requested to submit the following information:

  • Curriculum Vitae
    (include major/minor, GPA/science GPA,  and MCAT score – if applicable)
  • Letter explaining career goals
  • Letter of recommendation (x1)

The application will be posted to Jobs and Careers when we are accepting them.


  • Austin Hill
    • St. John’s University (2019)
  • Madison Jones
    • College of St. Benedict (2020)
    • College of St. Scholastica – PA Program (2023)
  • Summer Kubalak
    • College of St. Benedict (2020)



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