Pfizer’s 2024 Summer Growth Experience (SGE), formerly Summer Student Worker Program. This program is jointly managed by Pfizer and Atrium Works. The SGE provides short-term work to support Pfizer’s business needs during the summer months. The program seeks to add value to the business through staff augmentation to accomplish departmental goals while offering practical and valuable business experience to the student participant. Interns will be employed by Atrium Works.
In order to be eligible, you must:
- Be immediately authorized to work in the U.S. This Program can not support applicants who require employer sponsored visas now or in the future.
- Be at least 18 years of age prior to the scheduled start date
- Be enrolled currently and immediately following the summer at an accredited college/university
- Have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA as of the most recently completed semester
- Be able to commute 4+ days a week to a Pfizer sit
Clinical Research- Student may have the opportunity to work with MDs & PhDs to learn the global clinical trial process, assisting with writing protocol, data analysis, meeting minutes, preparing for presentations, interacting with disease experts, vendors and study sites and etc.
Digital and IT- Students may support the design, development, deployment and/or support of cutting-edge systems and tools that are critical to our business. Examples of projects(s) may include: Application data clean-up, application testing, web application development, reports development, database development and project management. May include one or more of these experiences.
Finance- An intern within the Finance function may provide support for business unit financial initiatives. Project work could include areas such as budgeting, forecasting, and evaluation work. Students may have exposure/provide support in other areas such as pricing issues and risk management.
General Business- General Business interns may be involved in providing project management support for Pfizer businesses. Project work could include building capabilities of colleagues through the creation of training materials and supporting resources; conducting online research & competitive analysis, creating and organizing relevant materials for business meetings; developing project management processes and approaches.
Human Resources/ People Experience- Human Resource interns may be involved in providing project management support for Pfizer businesses. HR Project work could include building capabilities of colleagues through the creation of training materials and supporting resources; Talent Acquisition, Global Recruiting Operations, creating and organizing relevant materials Diversity, Equity & Inclusion; developing project management processes and approaches.
Legal- Legal operations interns may be involved in providing project management support for the Pfizer legal department. Project work could include building capabilities of colleagues through the creation of training materials and supporting resources; conducting online research & competitive analysis, creating and organizing relevant materials for business meetings; developing project management processes and approaches.
Marketing- A marketing intern may provide project support in the local planning/execution for health fairs, local partnership events and regional conventions. Project work could also include the design of newsletter communications/content and research of digital/on-line innovative strategies to reach business goals for priority brands.
Mathematical/Statistical Research- Students will be responsible for projects involving statistical analysis, related data review and programming tasks or statistical research.
Medical Affairs- The Medical Affairs Intern will assist team members in conducting and summarizing medical literature searches and assisting in the development of medical information.
Manufacturing / Operations / Supply Chain Management- Students may support the organization in inventory analysis, development of product, processes and systems flows, data gathering with the different markets involved in the projects as well as development of project plans.
Regulatory Affairs- A Regulatory Submissions intern may have the opportunity to work on regulatory submission milestones and maintaining compliance with applicable regulatory obligations. Position can also include exposure to industry regulations/quality standards and the technological aspects of submission management.
Science/ Lab Based- Students perform experiments in the laboratory and/or plant environment. The student will work closely with a supervisor to develop fundamental laboratory skills, perform manual and computer literature searches and maintain accurate collection and recording of experimental results. The student will provide scientific support for a specific research proposal submitted by their supervisor. Opportunities may include but are not limited to: Assay development, compound management, tissue culture, histology, biomarker analysis, small molecule structural analysis, protein expression, protein characterization, drug formulation development and analysis, drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics and organic synthesis.
Science/R&D- Students support non-lab projects. Examples may include: virtual compound screening, patient advocacy, data management, imaging, non MD clinical study supp