Education & Training The Injury Prevention Center (IPC) at Connecticut Children’s provides internship opportunities for high school, undergraduate, graduate, medical and post-doctoral students. Several IPC researchers hold faculty appointments at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Trinity College and Eastern Connecticut State University. Graduate Course Since 1993, IPC team members have instructed an academic course offered in the Graduate Program in Public Health at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine called “Injury and Violence Prevention.” The Hayley Petit Injury and Violence Prevention Fellowship The Hayley Petit Injury and Violence Prevention Fellowship provides female college students the opportunity to design an injury prevention project that fits with their unique interests or participate in an existing injury prevention project at Connecticut Children’s. Learn more about the Hayley Petit Injury and Violence Prevention Fellowship. Individualized Internships/Training Opportunities Each year, the IPC provides a limited number of internship opportunities to select students, including high school students, graduate students, and pediatric residents who participate in the Resident Education in Advocacy and Community Health (REACH) program, an opportunity only available to residents of the University of Connecticut Pediatric Residency Program.