Mount Sinai Internship Program 2019

Mount Sinai Internship Applications

You can find out about Mount Sinai current internship recruitment and apply at Mount Sinai the same time. You can review the application process for the internship program and get detailed information about the department you want to apply for. Catch a chance to make a difference in your career by doing an internship at the Mount Sinai!

Available Internship Positions: Summer Intern, Mount Sinai

Apply Online Mount Sinai Intern Program

Volunteer Position Description

The Eating and Weight Disorders Program at the Icahn School of Medicine is an affiliate of the New York State Comprehensive Care Centers for Eating Disorders, and a founding program in the Mount Sinai Women’s Initiative in Psychiatry. We are committed to delivering gold-standard psychological treatments with demonstrated effectiveness for children, adolescents, and adults with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, obesity, or related body image problems. As part of our program, we have a number of ongoing clinical research studies. Our group is currently focused on testing innovative eating disorder and body image interventions and better understanding neurobiological and psychological mechanisms underlying eating disorder behaviors. In addition, we investigate the use of appearance and performance enhancing drugs.

How to Apply for Intern at Mount Sinai;

Using the link below you can list all current intern positions and apply to the position that suits you.

Please e-mail a cover letter expressing why you are interested in the position and an updated resume to Please indicate the cycle for which you are applying in the subject line.

The following materials are required to apply:

  • Completed MSIP Internship application form.
  • Professional resume or CV.
  • Cover letter that includes your reasons for applying and what you hope to achieve from this program in relation to your career goals.
  • One letter of recommendation from a current or previous employer, mentor or adviser.