Close Concerns Associate Program

Close Concerns, a healthcare information company that advocates for people with diabetes, seeks undergraduate applicants for its two-year Associate Program, based in San Francisco.  The Associate Program runs across the three sister organizations:
• Close Concerns, a healthcare information services provider;
• dQ&A, a research company focused on understanding and amplifying the voice of people with diabetes;
• diaTribe, a nonprofit with a mission to improve the lives of people with diabetes and prediabetes, and to advocate for action.

Associates work primarily for one organization, but you will most likely interact with people from all three organizations on a daily basis in our young, dynamic, and social workplace.  For more information about the company, position, and application procedures please click this link.  If you so wish, we will automatically consider you for openings at our sister organization dQ&A, so you only need to apply once. We will answer all your questions during the selection process, and you can always express any preferences in your cover letter.

 

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