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OSHA's Graduate Nurse
Internship Program

The Graduate Nurse Internship Program is designed for registered professional nurses pursuing a graduate degree in either occupational health nursing or public health with an occupational health focus. The internship blends current OSHA projects and issues with the theoretical bases of the intern's academic study into a practical occupational safety and health experience at the national level. Selected interns are assigned to the Office of Occupational Medicine and Nursing (OOMN) in OSHA's National Office in Washington, D.C., precepted by OOMN staff and assigned projects in support of the Agency's mission and goals.

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Important Dates

November 30 - Application Period Opens
February 16 - Application Period Closes
March 31 - Applicants Notified
May - September - Scheduled 8 - Week Internship Program

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