The National Birth Equity Collaborative welcomes applicants who have demonstrated an interest and commitment to advancing birth equity through research, policy, practice, training, advocacy, and community-centered work. Applications will be accepted from seniors in undergrad or grad students who identify as or have deep cultural knowledge of Black, Indigenous, or other persons of color.

We are no longer accepting applications for interns.

Stay tuned with our website for when the applications will open again.


Minimum Requirements

Eligible applicants must be public health disciplines, including, but not limited to, anthropology, computational and data sciences, demography, economics, education, Telehealth, communications, epidemiology, engineering, geography, history, sociology, maternal and child health, psychology, public health, and urban and regional planning.

To Apply

Applications should include:

  • Resume or Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter
  • A writing sample
  • Unofficial school transcript
  • One letter of recommendation

Requests for the 2022-2023 internship cohort will be accepted on an ongoing basis. Prospective applicants must submit a formal email request to