Internships provide an important experience and the opportunity for career exploration and development, as well as to learn new skills.
As a diverse organisation involved in all aspects of the cancer control continuum, we offer a host of opportunities for young people to obtain additional skills to enhance their repertoire as well as to obtain a diverse experience in being attached to a not-for-profit organisation.
At National Cancer Society Malaysia, we are able to offer a range of internships for young people studying at the undergraduate and graduate level in a variety of subjects. This includes students of medicine, dentistry, public health, pharmacy, dietetics, nutrition, biochemistry, and any other allied health sciences.
We are also offering a specific internship programme for the non-health sciences students.
We also welcome young graduates including young medical doctors awaiting ‘house officer’ posting to intern via a Young Medical Professionals programme.
Click here for more detailed information on the internship programme.
My time with NCSM has showed me how we can help patients in non-medical ways, which gave me a new perspective.” – Natasha Ashley Jacob, Medical student