Participate as an Intern
The Center for Ethical Solutions has a few openings each semester and during the summer for a select group of interns to work on groundbreaking bioethics projects. Interns hold non-paid, 20-hour a week, work-from-home positions that provide flexibility and an opportunity to work on a great variety of projects. Commensurate with education and training, interns can help author “Legal Trends in Bioethics” or “Medical Ethics in the News,” do background research for scholarly projects, or help with administrative duties. See the Center’s home page for current projects. If you are interested in joining the CES team, please send a resume and a cover letter explaining why you would like to work at CES to Sigrid Fry-Revere at email@example.com. Note currently all interns at CES are also interns at the American Living Organ Donor Network and are listed on that organization’s website. http://www.helplivingdonorssavelives.org.
Participate as a Scholar
The Center invites scholars with initiative to assist in current projects or help develop new ones. Currently the Center has no independent funding, but will support scholars in their grant writing and publication efforts. Please contact Sigrid Fry-Revere at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss possible scholarly contributions to the Center.
Participate as a Volunteer
Although financial issues are the primary focus of the current healthcare debate, there are also very practical educational issues that need to be addressed to help improve American lives. You can help us make a difference in raising awareness about kidney disease and the organ shortage. Help us develop suggestions for improving veteran’s lives, and the lives of people in chronic pain, or patient-care advocacy. Center volunteers can help in many ways, doing anything from helping organize fundraising events, to handing out flyers or stuffing envelopes. But most of all we want you to share your particular talents and ideas with us. Please contact us at email@example.com today.