Internships and Student Experiences
Nurse Summer Internship
June 6, 2016 to July 30, 2016
- Must be enrolled in the Baccalaureate Degree Nursing Program.
- Must be between junior and senior years during the Summer of 2016.
- Must be enrolled in the student nurse internship class.
- Must have certification in Basic Life Support.
- Must have GPA of 2.75 or above.
This program requires your participation for the entire eight-week schedule,
except for emergencies or illness. Applicants need to be enrolled in a
Summer Nurse Internship course during the eight-week internship. Any exceptions
or special circumstances must be discussed during the interview process.
must attend an 8-hour orientation session (0700-1530) on June 6, 2016. No exceptions can be made.
Each position will be a 0.6 fte (48 hours per pay period).
- Oncology-2W Oncology
- Orthopedic-5W Orthopedics
- Neuro-4W Neurology
- General Surgery-5E
- General Medical-7W
- Mental Health-3W
- Cardiac Unit
- ICU-Intensive Care Unit
- ED-Emergency Department
- MCH-Maternal Child Health
- FP-Float Pool
- WOC-Wound, Ostomy, Continence
Hours: Interns will be scheduled every other weekend and rotate shifts
based on their preceptor's schedule. Intern's schedule will follow
their preceptor's schedule.
- Applications are due by December 4, 2015
- Internship offers will be made starting February 8, 2016
- Students need to confirm acceptance by February 15, 2016
PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency
St. Luke's is proud to offer a one-year postgraduate PGY1 ASHP-accredited
pharmacy practice residency program. The program is designed for practitioners
who are looking for a comprehensive pharmacy residency experience. St.
Luke's residency program provides the resident with an opportunity
to further develop their skills in Adult Medicine, Critical Care Medicine,
Infectious Diseases, Medication Therapy Management and Pharmacy Practice
Management. Additional elective rotations are available in Home Care/Hospice,
Outpatient Infusion Therapy, Informatics Academia and Emergency Department
Medicine. Residents are also involved with pharmacy students at the University
of Minnesota College of Pharmacy Duluth Campus by working as technical
assistants in the clinical skills lab. Didactic lecturing opportunities
at the College of Pharmacy are also available for residents who are interested
in such an opportunity. If desired, the resident may also complete a teaching
certificate from the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy.
Each resident will learn project management skills while working on one
major research project. Results of the project will be presented at the
Midwest Pharmacy Residency Conference and a manuscript will be written
for the project. Additionally, residents will conduct a Medication Use
Evaluation (MUE), with the results being reported to the appropriate hospital
Residents will work every other weekend, working in the central pharmacy
one weekend and as a clinical pharmacist on the other weekend. Residents
have the Monday off after they work the weekend. The staffing commitment
begins in mid-August and runs through the end of the resident year, with
the exception of the weekend preceding the ASHP Midyear Clinical meeting
and the weekend after the Midwest Pharmacy Residency Conference. Residents
are required to work one holiday a year, either Thanksgiving or New Year's Day.
Annual stipend is $50,000.
- Health, dental and life insurance
- Financial support for ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, MSHP Midyear Clinical
Meeting and Midwest Pharmacy Residency Conference
- Access to online resources
- Prerequisites: Pharm.D degree and licensure as a pharmacist in Minnesota
no later than August 1
- Requirements: Enrollment in ASHP National Matching Service, three letters
of recommendation, curriculum vitae, official college transcript and letter of intent
- U.S. citizen
- Application deadline: mid-January each year
- On-site interviews to invited applicants in January and February
- Interview includes meetings with the program director, department leadership
*Due to overwhelming demand, we are currently unable to accept requests
for job shadowing without a confirmed preceptor or a sponsor.
St. Luke's is proud to offer students opportunities to learn about
careers in the health care environment. Student requests are coordinated
through St. Luke's Education Department, and students must be covered
by an affiliation agreement with their college/university.
Placements are not guaranteed. Please allow a minimum of four weeks to
process your request. Job shadowing experiences are observation-only and
typically last from four to eight hours.
For questions or more information, contact Rachel Anderson, Education Department:
- Rachel Anderson, Education Department, St. Luke's, 915 East First Street,
Duluth, MN 55805.