• Serve as a coordinator for summer program logistics for the STEP-UP programs.  The graduate intern will maintain program registration, transport and organize supplies, and troubleshoot logistical issues that arise at all program sessions.
  • Serve as the coordinator for planning fall program logistics for Saturday Academy and the Future Health Professionals Program (FHPP).  The graduate intern will maintain program application and registration.
  • Coordinate communication between volunteers and participants of pipeline programs to ensure program details are understood by all stakeholders.
  • Maintain appropriate electronic documentation for pipeline programs including, but not limited to, applications, emergency contact and release forms, contact information, and curriculum materials
  • Assist in conducting program evaluation for programs including collecting and entering data and creating written reports.
  • Develop and augment assessment of the curriculum for pipeline programs based on evaluation of current programs and research conducted to improve programming.
  • Research and identify funding opportunities for Thomas Jefferson University’s pipeline programs. 
  • Conduct environmental scans of the higher education landscape and prepare proposals for leadership.
  • Complete other duties as assigned by the Vice Provost of Academic Strategy & Special Programs including clerical and office work related to pipeline program initiatives.


  • Bachelors’ Degree working toward a Masters’ Degree.
  • Ability to work effectively with a wide variety of constituents from varying backgrounds, including volunteers, students, faculty, staff and community members.
  • Background in curriculum development.
  • Excellent organizational and project management skills.
  • Interested applicants

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About the organization

Health Science Pipeline Programs

Moira Pannepacker
Assistant Program Director, Education & Community Partnerships