The Access Intern will support the ongoing research, advocacy and administrative activities of the Access Campaign in the USA. This includes tracking the current issues relevant to the Access Campaign, providing research and analytical support, supporting the overall management of data and files, and assisting in preparation of information for advocacy and policy strategies. This internship is ideal for anyone with a particular focus on policy, advocacy and the crisis of access to essential medicines, diagnostics and vaccines in the developing world. Preferred knowledge and interests include US politics and funding for global health, congressional processes, intellectual property, international trade and new innovation models. You must have a master or graduate degree with a background in law, medicine or global health preferred to be eligible for this internship.