Is this a paid position?
Yes; a $3,500 (taxable) stipend is provided to each OHPI.
What expenses will be paid?
AACOM will provide free housing for each intern. Please note, per IRS regulations, value of the housing is considered taxable income for each OHPI. AACOM will also cover the cost of certain local travel for business purposes and certain miscellaneous expenses, such as photocopying in AACOM’s office, supplies available in AACOM’s office, and other expenses approved by AACOM. The intern is responsible for transportation to and from Washington, DC, daily transportation to and from the AACOM office, parking and mileage (if OHPIs bring vehicles to Washington, DC, which is not recommended), meals, long distance telephone, recreation, and other expenses.
How to Apply
The application cycle for the 2020 - 2021 OHPI Program has closed. Please check back for future opportunities to apply.
All application packets (letter of interest, brief paper, CV, and at least three letters of recommendation) should be submitted electronically to Alexandra Tran, Policy and Regulatory Analyst, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letter headings should read:
Interim Vice President of Government and Public Relations
American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine
500 New Jersey Avenue, NW, Suite 380
Washington, DC 20001
Policy and Regulatory Analyst