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Student Learning Programs

MWHC’s experiential learning programs are designed to attract, retain and continuously grow our workforce.

Our learning programs run year-round and give students real work experience in clinical departments and non-clinical functional areas of MWHC. They are a great way to develop specific skills and knowledge, become comfortable with the professional work environment, expand on your classroom learning as well as make contacts to network, build confidence and enhance your resume.

We offer clinical rotations, shadowing/observations and internships. Depending on the business need and performance, interns may have the opportunity to possibly convert into a full-time employee.

Clinical Preceptorship Experience

  • An experience in which a student participating in a healthcare-related program of study at an accredited educational institution wishes to complete a required hands-on clinical rotation.
    Clinical Student Handbook

Observations Experience

  • An experience in which a student or other person interested in the field of healthcare wishes to shadow an experienced employee or professional for a brief period of time (such as one day, a week, or a couple of hours per week).
    Observation Handbook

College Internships

  • An experience in which a student is participating in a program of study at an accredited educational institution and wishes to complete a hands-on internship for either academic credit or an hourly rate.
    Unpaid Internship Handbook for Students

Academic Credit

  • Credit internships are part-time or full-time and are typically offered year-round and last an entire semester. Interested students can complete the internship application to apply. There will need to be an affiliation agreement between your college and MWHC in place before the internship can begin.
    Learn more: Unpaid Internships at MWHC, Unpaid Internship Handbook


  • Our summer paid internships program will begin in May 2022. Internships will be on our MWHC Careers site for both non-clinical and clinical areas.

MWHC participates in selected work-based learning programs with local high schools. Students involved in CTE classes have an opportunity to earn school credit while rotating throughout our healthcare system.

School liaisons:

If you have students looking to build both professional and academic skills in a dynamic healthcare environment, contact Career Development ( for additional information.

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