Doctors Without Borders info session!


Are you interested in the Medical field? Do you like Volunteering? Have you considered working for Doctors Without Borders?



“Working for Médecins Sans Frontières is not simply seeking adventure or wanting a job. By becoming a field worker you are acting in solidarity with populations in need.” – Doctors Without Borders

Best known under their original name: “Médecins Sans Frontières”, Doctors Without Borders (DWB) is an international medical-need NGO. Created in and attempt to respond to the lack of Medical healthcare in the world, it is best known for its impartial humanitarian projects in developing countries dealing with endemic diseases and war-thorn regions. Nurses, practitioners, engineers, logistical experts, everyone in those field is encouraged to participate! DWB are always looking to recruit medical, administrative and logistical support personal to help them to provide DWBmedical care to people who need help worldwide. They offer both paid and unpaid internships. We recent graduates should strongly consider the paid internships and use them as springboards for meaningful global health work. We aren’t as familiar with the offerings for unpaid internships but with an annual budget of $400 Million, there’s bound to be sustainable opportunities for you.

Come to the “Doctors Without Borders” info session in Boston and ask any questions you might have regarding their career opportunities, how your project fits with the firm’s values, what are your career prospects in the field after working for DWB.

Meet with the Boston headquarters staff and ask questions to members of the NGO about their experience. Learn more about medical opportunities outside of the private sector, and get a chance to see how your experience as a volunteer will differ from that in the private sector!


Tuesday, June 17, 2014 from 7pm-8.30.

Thursday, June 19, 2014 from 7pm-8.30.



At the Boston Public library – Commonwealth Salon, 700 Boylston Street