Transamerica Center for Health Studies Internship

The Transamerica Center for Health Studies (TCHS) informs the national health care conversation by bringing clarity to the complex decision-making regarding health coverage and personal health and wellness. Through its broad-based analysis and research findings,we offer consumers and employers a guide to navigate the financial implications of the health care decisions they are facing. The role of the intern will be to support the Transamerica Center for Health Studies staff  in maintaining website and developing new content. 

Interns will research health care coverage and health and wellness developments from public and private sources; identify promising developments for use by TCHS; write summaries of priority issues; write drafts of materials for website; post content to website, interact with research and digital media teams; keep track of content needed for the launch of initiative; work with public relations team; and other related duties.


  • Strong writing skills
  • Strong research skills
  • Familiarity and Skill in Using Microsoft Outlook/Word/Excel
  • Familiarity with Social Media
  • Website development a plus

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Statements from previous interns: 

"At TCHS you will not only be exposed to a breadth of research & knowledge but acquire a variety of hard skills contributing to one’s professional development. During my time at TCHS I learned social marketing, critical analysis, & research capabilities that have served me greatly in all my professional experiences thereafter." -Sydney

"I loved every minute of my experience at TCHS. I got real, concrete skills that set me up to kick-start my career after college, and I really felt like I was making a difference." -Melanie

I was an intern with TCHS during my senior year of college, and the experience played a significant role in my transition from being a student to being a professional. Working with TCHS provided me the opportunity to develop my research, writing, and communication skills, and taught me a lot about health care policies and about empowering the public to make decisions regarding health coverage and personal health and wellness." -Ellery