Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont

Summer Intern – Legal Services & Provider Relations | Paid Internship


Location: 445 Industrial Lane, Barre, VT, USA

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont hires Vermont college students each summer to provide them an opportunity for a corporate experience in their field or area of interest, while also bringing value to our organization. Our paid intern positions provide meaningful, interesting work in your area of study. Interns work 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday during the summer.

Interns are encouraged to dive into our corporate culture of caring, participating in the various health and wellness initiatives of our STRIVE Program, or volunteering at a community event as a member of our Blue Crew. They are also given the opportunity to present their summer’s body of work to their colleagues and our executive team in August.

REMOTE WORK: Blue Cross currently operates under a hybrid work model, allowing employees the ability to work both onsite and remote. Interns will have the option to work remote but are expected to work onsite on Wednesdays and one additional day per week.

NOTE: Blue Cross is requiring all employees and covered consultants to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including booster if eligible) and provide proof of vaccination as of January 1, 2022. Those with a medical condition or sincerely held religious belief preventing them from being vaccinated can request an exemption without fear of retaliation or an impact on job candidacy.

Legal Services AND Provider Relations (two departments)


The Legal Services intern will work on an array of important legal and regulatory projects, as well as assisting our Provider Relations department. It is anticipated that the intern will:

  • Assist in navigating complexities relative to our anti-trust litigation
  • Assist in summarizing and implementing legislative mandates
  • Research day-to-day legal questions
  • Assist in managing mental health parity laws, and many other important projects as needed



  • Law student – preferably 1st or 2nd year
  • Strong legal research, writing and critical thinking skills
  • Standard computer skills


To Apply:

Please apply for this position here.

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