1. When is the start date for my position?

    Sunday, June 3rd - Friday, August 10th
  2. What are the locations of the 2018 program:

    New York, Nashville, Atlanta, Denver, & Chicago
  3. When will I know if I received an offer from OhanaHealth?

    Students will be notified on or before Tuesday, February 27th, and will have until Friday, March 2nd to commit to our program
  4. How much does the internship pay?

    It varies with position and location-- for example, the cost of living in New York is much higher than that of Nashville, so one’s base rate will be higher in New York than in Nashville. Students are compensated at least the following:
    1. Nashville: $10/hour
    2. Chicago: $11/hour
    3. Denver: $11/hour
    4. Atlanta: $13/hour
    5. New York: $15/hour
  5. Does OhanaHealth provide housing?

    No, OhanaHealth does not provide any housing accommodations for our students; however, we do assist with the logistics for our students (i.e: helping find housing and/or roommates, figuring out transportation, suggesting neighborhoods/locations, negotiation assistance, etc.).
  6. Does OhanaHealth subsidize meals?

    No, OhanaHealth will not subsidize meals. Occasional lunches are provided for events, but otherwise, the student is responsible for their own food and housing budget.
  7. Will I be be an intern at OhanaHealth?

    No, not directly. While you will be part of the “OhanaHealth” cohort, OhanaHealth is an internship program that places students in internship positions at healthcare startups which is where you will spend the majority of your time.  We work closely with our startup partners to help develop their specific summer internship program, which if selected, you will placed into. OhanaHealth will facilitate the summer programming, such as the learning modules, group project, professional development activities, etc. OhanaHealth also hosts one-on-one check ins with the interns & intern managers throughout the program. TL;DR - You’ll still be part of the fam, but won’t be working AT Ohana.
  8. Is there a minimum time commitment to the program?

    No, there is not a specific time commitment required by OhanaHealth upon hire, employment is at will. However, we select students who demonstrate they are committed to contributing to the growth and development of the company they
  9. How does the selection process work?

    There are 2 rounds in the OhanaHealth interview and selection process:
    1. First round interview: The candidate will interview with a representative from OhanaHealth. This is a general interview, where we get to learn more about you, your interests, experiences and skills.

    2. If a candidate is selected to continue in the interviewing process, they will be notified via email. Second round interviews are company and role specific. You will be matched with companies we think are the best fit for you, and you for them. Candidates may be selected to interview with 1-3 different companies. If a candidate interviews with more than one company, after round 2 interviews are complete, the candidate will receive an email and be asked to rank their preferences. The companies also conduct candidate rankings-- this is our mutual selection process.

    3.   Candidates selected for employment will be notified, and an offer extended via email.