The Summer Intern Housing Program for Atlanta at Emory University

The mission of the Summer Intern Housing Program at Emory is to provide the highest quality of customer service to clients. This includes offering first-rate accommodations with utilities and amenities, competitive prices, well-trained and helpful staff, and the opportunity to interact with peers in a social setting.

In 2013, the program will be offering accommodations from Sunday, May 26 until Saturday, August 10.

The Summer Intern Housing Program (SIHP) is a division of the Office of University Conferences at Emory, which is a part of the Office of Residence Life & Housing at Emory. SIHP was founded in 1997 to offer all-inclusive accommodations for students who are interning in the Atlanta area during the summer. Since its inception, residents have spent more than 60,000 bed nights with us. Each summer, there are over 300 interns in numerous fields, including accounting, law, consulting, information technology, non-profit, the visual and performing arts, medicine  and many others.

SIHP offers convenience for summer interns. Emory sits in North Druid Hills, a stately neighborhood located in northeast Atlanta, just minutes from downtown and from the Buckhead region of the city. All modern amenities and utilities are included in the nightly rate: a private bedroom in a completely furnished apartment with laundry facilities, parking, electricity, air conditioning, Emory ResNet cable service, wireless internet access, and on-site gym/pool membership.

Furthermore, residents have the opportunity to interact with interns from across the country and around the world, through both informal interaction and scheduled social activities. SIHP staff is on-call 24 hours a day for any emergencies that may arise. There also offer rooms that are wheelchair accessible and ADA approved.

For additional information, please visit the website.