Jaseng Medical Academy Internship Program
※ In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the internship program may currently be conducted remotely, with the added option of conducting on-site activities in Korea next year once the pandemic subsides.
Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine is offering pre-med, medical school and healthcare major students interested in integrative medicine and business operations the opportunity to intern with the Office of Global Affairs. Current pre-med or medical students enrolled in any U.S. pre-med track or MD or DO medical school programs, and healthcare major students are welcome to apply to our internship program. The program offers insights into a Korean medicine approach to healthcare, business development, and global affairs to promote the knowledge of advanced integrative medicine through collaborative partnerships with leading medical institutions all over the world with special focus on the U.S.
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|●||Insight into Korean medicine hospital operations and management|
|●||Researching and presenting on healthcare organizations, the U.S. healthcare system, and various other medical topics|
|●||Copyediting English content on integrative Korean medicine|
|●||Shadowing opportunities with Jaseng International Clinic|
|●||Global conference and events planning and implementation|
|●||Participating in social outreach events and volunteer work|
|●||Networking with co-workers, hospital staff, and international guests|
|●||Guided tours of Jaseng’s on-site and off-site facilities|
|●||Cultural experience with office-wide dinners and field trips|
|●||Native in English with excellent written and verbal communication skills|
|●||Well-organized with good time management capacity for multi-tasking and ability to lead own initiatives|
|●||Adaptability to work well in group settings of different (Korean) culture and working environment|
|●||At least 3rd year undergraduate or higher university or postgraduate student|
|●||15-hour week commitment for at least 2 months
※ Internship period and detailed working conditions are flexible.
|●||Lunch, coffee, and snacks provided during working hours at affiliated cafeteria|
|●||Issuance of certificate of completion and letter of recommendation upon program completion|
|●||Clinical exposure to Korean medicine based on concurrent integrative medicine knowledge|
|●||Shadowing, mentoring, and training opportunities with Korean medicine healthcare professionals|
|●||Opportunity to participate in global conferences and networking events|
|●||Schedule flexible to accommodate interns’ individual needs|
How to Apply
|●||Please download and fill out the application form below and send it with the following application documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Application Form : Download Application Form
- Cover letter stating your interest in integrative medicine, future career goals, and specific experiences related to research or healthcare business operations
|●||The Office of Global Affairs may ask you for the following additional application documents as needed.
- Proof of enrollment (unofficial transcripts also accepted)
- Immunization records (waived for remote internship cases with regard to COVID-19)
※ Applications are accepted and reviewed all year round.
Qualified candidates will receive email notifications from the Office of Global Affairs to move through to the next process (remote interview).
I had the most wonderful opportunity to gain greater exposure to the different facets of medicine that differed from the Western convention. Working in the office and shadowing in the International Clinic gave me a novel perspective on how medicine (both clinical and administration) works in Korean healthcare.
Ryan Bohyun Choi, University of Chicago ‘22, Pre-med
For me, one of the most memorable experiences was watching the intro videos to explain Jaseng and Korean Medicine. I learned to value the patients experience more and to let them take charge of their own healing. (Remote working in the States)
Barnard College at Columbia University ‘22, Pre-med
The Internship Program at Jaseng Hospital was a unique opportunity that exposed me to Korean and integrative medicine for the first time. I hope that, as much as it was a valuable experience for me, I will be able to take these new insights and apply them to my future studies.
Boston College ‘22, Pre-med
I was able to learn a great deal about Korean medicine and integrative medicine during my time at Jaseng. I am grateful that I was able to observe methods of treatment used in Korean medicine, such as acupuncture, cupping, and Chuna manipulation, and hope to see these in use more globally in the future.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Georgia, MS-2
For the past two months of working as an intern, I learned a lot of things. Although I did not have a chance to work at the hospital very much, I did come to believe that Jaseng’s medicine is a lot like conventional medicine.
University of Rochester ‘22, Pre-med
I came to appreciate the holistic patient approach that is an integral part of the doctor-patient interaction at Jaseng, which aims not only to treat the condition itself, but also to maintain the patient's personal well-being. There is a high level of trust between doctor and patient only found at such an institution that upholds result-driven customized personal care.
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) '22, Pre-med
Jaseng internship was one of the most memorable learning experiences I have had throughout my course of study. I have learned ways to organize events from scratches, conduct marketing research, and understanding the operational system in a hospital.
Emory University ‘21, Pre-med
Perhaps most strikingly, however, was the attention to individuals and their health, while producing medication for people around the country. Each case and each patient was uniquely cared for.
Columbia University '20, Pre-med
My experience at Jaseng Hospital was very immersive. I loved learning about all the different modalities of medicine and witnessing first hand how Korean medicine is practiced.
A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine
University of Pennsylvania ‘18
A.T. Still University School of
Osteopathic Medicine ‘21
Emory University ‘21
Columbia University ‘17
Washington University St. Louis ‘18
Lisa Young Bin Kim
Columbia University ‘18
University of California, Los Angeles ‘22
The University of Illinois ‘12
Lucy De La Cruz
University of Mississippi ’20
Columbia University ‘20
University of Rochester ‘21
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Georgia ‘23
Boston College ‘22
Barnard College ‘22
Ryan Bohyun Choi
The University of Chicago ‘22