Drake University and the DELTA Rx Institute announce the implementation of a pharmacy internship program
that provides the opportunity for Drake student pharmacists to develop entrepreneurial leadership skills. Student pharmacists will intern with pharmacy partner companies in a 8-week, 40 hours per week internship program. In addition to the pharmacy’s internship training, you and your preceptor will participate in activities led by Drake faculty designed to enhance your entrepreneurial leadership skills.
Entrepreneurial leadership development activities include special projects at the internship site, the Shaping Your Pharmacy Future training program, online discussions, conference calls, and student presentations. Program preceptors will engage in these activities to help students develop their entrepreneurial leadership skills.
• Gain exposure to innovative pharmacy settings around the country
• Highlight yourself to companies wanting to hire agents of change
• Gain entrepreneurial leadership training and professional development
• Develop and/or implement new programs with the pharmacy partner
• Partner with Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences to help shape the future of pharmacy practice
• Students must be enrolled in the professional pharmacy program at Drake.
• Preference will be given to students who have completed their P1 or P2 year by end of May 2018.
*Consideration will also be given to other professional program students who have extensive pharmacy work experience, business course work, or a willingness to schedule rotations around this summer internship.
Questions regarding this internship program can be directed to the DELTA Rx Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org
Application is due with a CV and cover letter by Febuary 22nd, 2019
"This internship was the single best pharmacy experience I have had yet. I am already a step ahead of the game after completing this internship. At my site, I was provided ample resources and the freedom to let my imagination loose. From day one I felt accepted as valuable team member and my thoughts and ideas for the growth of the business were taken very seriously. I have never felt this valuable to a company before!" -Katie McDonald, 2009 Intern