Management Intern Program (MI)

Purpose

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The NIH Management Intern (MI) Program was established in 1957 to develop cadres of administrative professionals. Since its inception, the Management Intern Program has offered key resources, targeted training, and hands-on experience to motivated NIH employees interested in pursuing a career in administration and management. Graduates have become some of NIH's most respected administrative managers, including Executive Officers, Administrative Officers, Grants Management Officers, Budget Officers, Human Resource Managers, and Contracting Officers.

Program Features and Structure

This highly competitive program offers a few outstanding NIH employees the two-year opportunity to rotate through different administrative career fields, gain invaluable insight into the NIH, and develop a vital network of administrative professionals across NIH. Program features include access to a senior-level mentor, an individual training budget, an opportunity to participate in challenging projects and committees, and face-to-face interactions with NIH leaders. It is no wonder that this program has such a rich history in developing future administrative professionals and leaders.

If you are eligible and have what it takes for this challenging program, apply to the vacancy announcement and unlock a new career path! Learn more by attending any of the information sessions hosted by the MI Program.

Schedule of MI Information Sessions

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Vacancy Announcement

The 2023 MI vacancy announcement has closed. To be notified of the 2024 MI recruitment dates please join the Management Intern Recruitment Information listserv

Contact Information

For additional information, please contact us by e-mail: mi_info@od.nih.gov


Administrative Training Committee

The Administrative Training Committee partners with the NIH Training Center to oversees the NIH Internship and Fellowship Programs.