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Information Services Internships

Strategic Technology Transformation Office


The St. Jude Information Services intern program offers motivated individuals an opportunity to gain experience and insight into the fast-paced world of health care IT. During a summer placement, interns will work side-by-side with IT professionals on projects in a professional environment. Successful candidates will qualify for a stipend.

This specific internship will be working with the Strategic Technology Transformation Office. The intern should be proficient in the following areas. 

  • Conducting interviews to collect process related information (inputs, outputs, constraints, dependencies, etc.)
  • Generation of process maps and workflow documentation
  • Conducting data and gap analysis
  • Conducting research and trend analysis
  • Taking and keeping detailed notes
  • Comfortable using Microsoft Visio and the Microsoft Office suite (specifically Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Meeting deadlines
  • Manage priorities and work autonomously as appropriate
  • Verbal and written communication skills

 The intern experience will include:

  • Interviewing process owners, stakeholders and customers
  • Creating As-Is and To-Be process maps
  • Assisting in data and gap analysis and report generation
  • Storytelling with data and process workflows
  • Conduct research and summarize findings
  • Attending cross-functional meetings to better understand multiple perspectives and viewpoints
  • Participating in brainstorming sessions
  • Performing research and summarizing of findings
  • Presenting project information to various teams

All internships are located in Memphis, TN.

The Information Services internships will be project focused with exposure to various components of an IT environment. The internship will conclude with a capstone presentation for senior level departmental executives.

Candidates should note that our internships are full-time learning experiences. You should expect to be available Monday through Friday during standard office hours starting June 3, 2024, through August 9, 2024.

Please note: As of September 10, 2021, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has mandated the COVID-19 vaccine for all employees, contractors, & interns, excluding those with an approved medical or religious accommodation. Proof of vaccination status is required.

Typical Learning Opportunities

As an experiential and immersive program, you will develop and hone your practical skills on a broad range of areas including:

  • Brainstorming and cultivating new ideas that expand how information technology is delivered to the St. Jude customer (ranging from employees to patient care).
  • Training through topic-based sessions conducted by information technology executives.
  • Working with technology to align the department with the institutional strategic direction to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
  • Learning about the industry and gaining invaluable experiences working on IT related projects.
  • Additionally, you will take part in a variety of activities such as hospital tours, networking opportunities, building relationships with a variety of professionals across the institution, and have access to a dedicated mentor, to continue developing new skills.

Education Required

  • Interested candidates must be enrolled in an accredited undergraduate college program and be entering sophomore, junior, or senior year to be considered.
  • Undergraduate candidates are accepted for all majors; a major or minor in computer science or other IT-related fields is preferred.
  • A 3.0 GPA or above is required. GPA will be validated by transcripts and communication with the advisor.  Any exceptions to these requirements must be approved by the VP of Academic Programs.

Characteristics of the Successful Candidate

Students most likely to succeed as an intern will possess:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills
  • The ability to manage priorities and work autonomously as appropriate
  • Proven ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment

How to Apply

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to Your letter should include which Information Services internship you’re applying for and a statement on how participation in this internship would support your academic and career goals.

Please note: Any previous internships or work experience should be included on resume.

Successful candidates will qualify for a stipend. All other expenses including housing, food and transportation are the responsibility of the selected interns.

Deadline to Submit Cover Letter and Resume

The application deadline for the Summer 2024 internship is February 4, 2024.


Please email with any questions.