The Community Health Internship Program is a summer intensive community-based experience for health profession students.
Community Health Internship Program (CHIP)
The Community Health Rotation offers an interdisciplinary experience providing advanced students the opportunity to become more skilled in collaborative community clinical service for underserved populations.
Community Health Rotation
Students who complete all three components
of the Bridging the Gaps Program graduate
from their schools or universities as a
Bridging the Gaps Community Scholar.
1. Completion of Community Health Internship Program (BTG CHIP)
2. Attendance at six BTG Seminars. For schedule and topics, click here.
3. Completion of a BTG Community Health Rotation at one of the BTG clinical sites: (community health rotation)
American Heart Association