Student Programs

Huntsville Hospital's Corporate University offers several programs that allow students to explore health care careers.

Job Shadowing Program

The Job Shadowing program provides opportunities for students to learn more about specific health care careers through first hand observation in the workplace. Participants must be at least 15 years old for most areas. For more information about this program and the requirements to participate, download the application.  

In the spirit of being overly cautious of infectious diseases, the Job Shadowing Program will be suspended for until further notice.

The Boy Scouts of America's Medical Venturing program

Huntsville Hospital’s Corporate University is home to Medical Venturing, Boy Scout Post 630. This program is designed for high school students and provides a deeper career exploration with monthly group meetings that feature guest speakers, discussion groups, tours and demonstrations from professionals in health care. Youth learn about health careers and about the skills and education required. Participants must be at least 15 years old. For more information regarding this program and the requirements to participate, download the application. For an overview of health careers, click here.

Internship program

Although Huntsville Hospital does not have established internships, occasionally a limited number of unpaid internships in specific fields of study can be provided for students. These internships are for students attending area colleges and universities that have an Educational Affiliation Agreement with Huntsville Hospital. Although Huntsville Hospital provides a broad number of clinical and preceptorship opportunities for many local nursing schools, the organization does not provide internships for nurses. Students should contact Huntsville Hospital’s Corporate University two semesters prior to the semester they wish to request an internship. 

 "Project SEARCH" program

Student Volunteer Opportunities