OEIS Student Internship Program


The OEIS Student Internship Program provides students with the opportunity to gain work experience, earn money, and contribute to the School of Pharmacy in a meaningful way. OEIS highly values our student interns, not only do they expand our workforce, they bring new ideas and the student-viewpoint into our work.

Our internship program utilizes Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program funds and works closely with the UCSF Student Financial Aid Office for hiring and onboarding.


Step 1

Review job postings below, complete student internship application form, and interview with OEIS student internship coordinator.

Student Internship Application (Due By Friday, May 7th, 2021)

Review work-study program hiring procedures in detail--make sure you have been awarded money for work study.

Student Financial Aid: Work-Study Program

Step 2

Complete employment paperwork with OEIS.

Step 3

Complete on-boarding with Financial Aid work-study coordinator and review resource page for student employees.

Student Financial Aid: Work-Study Employees

Step 4

Kickoff work by meeting with OEIS student internship coordinator and OEIS staff leads to set work schedule, scope your work/project, and set expected outcomes.

Step 5

Complete biweekly timesheets, meet regularly with OEIS student internship coordinator to track ongoing progress, present outcomes at end of project/employment term.

Job Postings

Applied Patient Care Skills Intern

# of Positions: 3


Under the direction of the APCS Director and Coordinator, the APCS Interns will support teaching efforts in the Transformation Curriculum. This is a great opportunity to collaborate closely with faculty, gain teaching experience, and learn about education administration.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Preparing and facilitating skills sessions and practice hours.
  • Developing and editing patient cases.
  • Creating top 200 drug quizzes and developing creative new assessment tools.
  • Grading SOAP notes.
  • Inventorying skills materials.
  • Working with other APCS Interns to distribute workload and find coverage as needed.


  • Class of 2023T PharmD student.
  • High performance in APCS curriculum, including OSCEs.
  • Demonstrated strong writing skills.
  • Interest working in an educational environment.
  • Ability to commit to a schedule and show up promptly when expected.
  • Ability to prioritize work tasks and manage projects efficiently.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people.

Employment Type: Federal Work-Study

Employment Term: 6 months with the possibility to extend

Schedule: 5 to 10 hours/week around student’s schedule

Pay Rate: $20/hour

Location: Parnassus and Remote