Internships and Jobs

June 2021

Student Research Assistant

Student Research Assistant- School of Medicine

Community Health Worker(Bilingual: English/Spanish) – Luke’s House

Deadline: June 2021

A Community Health Worker must be “of the community they serve” in terms of cultural competency and integration. It provides the basis of all other work and is an assumed integral part of each component of the job description below. Outreach and Direct Service to Clients This position reduces stigma and other barriers to initiating or continuing health care by educating both community members and health care providers. 

Please email a cover letter and resume/CV to the director @ lukeshouseclinic.org with the email heading Community Health Worker Application. We would like to fill the position by the end of June.

Click Here to learn more about the position.

May 2021

Compassus Hospice-Volunteer Opportunity

After taking a COVID break, Compassus Hospice volunteers are back in the field (practicing COVID precautions) helping our patients and families. Volunteers can provide emotional support or caregiver relief in the patient’s home and can supplement hours with administrative tasks at the Metairie office. Some long-term care facilities are beginning to let volunteers back in, as well. Now is the perfect time to get started with hospice volunteering, which can easily be continued throughout the school year.Interested students will need to:

  • Contact Heidi.Magrath@Compassus.com or text 985-312-3845.
  • A phone interview will be scheduled.
  • Prospective volunteers will fill out an application, background check authorization, and authorize a TB screening.
  • It takes 2-3 weeks to get through the background check process, then training will be scheduled.
  • Training is done in two 3-hour sessions, with the TB screening done simultaneously (at no charge).

PIH Engage Intern- Partners In Health Boston

Application Deadline: May 31, 2021 2:00pm EST

Position Overview:The intern will join a small team at PIH dedicated to building a movement for the right to health. The intern will work with PIH Engage, a grassroots network of local teams of volunteers who execute campaigns consisting of advocacy, educational, and fundraising activities. The intern will strengthen the PIH Engage network by taking the lead on projects in the areas of campaign development and program improvement. Projects include developing campaign resources and trainings for the PIH Engage network through monitoring developments in US government-supported global health and domestic health equity policy, seeking feedback from volunteer team leaders, and using organizing frameworks to map grassroots campaigns.

Responsibilities:

  • Editing and developing informational materials on advocacy, education, and fundraising campaigns for the grassroots network (40%)
  • Assisting in organizing the Training Institute, a remote training and campaign development conference for PIH Engage team leaders (30%)
  • Strategizing with the PIH Engage Network Leadership Team about how to best support the grassroots network of PIH Engage teams (15%)
  • Collecting, monitoring, analyzing, and interpreting data generated by the grassroots network (15%)

Qualifications:

  • Extracurricular activities, coursework, or other demonstrated interest in movement building, community organizing or advocacy strongly preferred
  • Demonstrated interest in global health equity preferred
  • Demonstrated interest in public policy or health policy preferred
  • Completion of global health-related coursework preferred
  • Exemplary interpersonal skills; ability to collaborate effectively with culturally diverse staff across departments and countries.
  • Interest in social justice strongly desirable.

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Data Analytics Fellow/Intern- Alliance of Community Health Plans

Seasonal Position (6/7/21-5/28/22)
Application Deadline: May 14, 2021

The Data Analytics fellowship requires a detail-oriented and enthusiastic individual interested in performance improvement, policy and data analysis, and in facilitating health care-related learning among ACHP’s member organizations. To be successful in this position, a candidate must be a self-starter, dedicated to delivering high-quality analytics products. The successful candidate will contribute to ACHP’s analytic activities supporting ACHP’s policy agenda through analytic products and building new and innovative ways to use data to serve our member organizations. The fellow (or Intern) should be interested in data analytics and health policy.

POSITION OPPORTUNITY: This fellowship affords a recent graduate the opportunity for rapid learning and growth. Drawing on strong quantitative skills, the graduate fellow will learn about health care economics, managed health care market landscape and related priorities, and quality measurement. This fellowship will provide an excellent foundation for a successful career in health care policy or health care analytics. Fellows will be involved in the day-to-day operations of the data analytics team.

APPLICATION PROCESS: Please submit a resume and cover letter to ACHP Human Resources at hr@achp.org. Please include Data Analytics Fellow/Intern, along with your first initial and last name in the subject line of your e-mail message. ACHP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, related medical conditions, and a woman’s right to breastfeed), disability (physical or mental), age (18 and older), genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, matriculation, family responsibilities, personal appearance, political affiliation, marital status, veteran or military status, tobacco use, credit information, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.

Gender and Sexuality Diversity Intern- Public Health Institute

Seasonal Position (5/1/21-10/31/21)

The Gender and Sexual Diversity (GSD) Branch Intern (Intern) will be assigned to the Priority Populations, Integration, and Rights Division of OHA within the Bureau for Global Health. The intern will support the work of the Branch, which includes addressing issues of gender equality, preventing and responding to gender-based violence, and finding and engaging men in HIV services. The Intern will primarily engage in activities in OHA and may also carry out other GH Bureau-wide duties and collaborative research with other Bureau analysts. They will collaborate on relevant activities with the OHA Gender/Gender Based Violence (GBV) Technical Cluster, Finding/Engaging Men Technical Cluster and GH Bureau Gender Advisors group, and collaborate with members of different OHA technical teams as appropriate.

Reporting structure: The Intern will work closely with the PPIR Division and receive technical guidance from the PPIR Division Chief, who will serve as their Point of Contact. They will receive day-to-day guidance from the GSD Branch Senior Gender Advisor

Internship Requirements:

  • Currently enrolled masters or other post-bachelor’s degree candidate or completion of such within the past 12 months, including nursing, physician assistant, or medical degree candidates.
  • Knowledge of public health practices, infectious diseases, disease control, and epidemiologic methods.
  • Demonstrated background and/or interest in gender and health is desired.
  • Professional or academic experience implementing global health programming.
  • Ability to analyze data from different sources/databases utilizing multiple data analytic platforms (such as Excel).
  • Ability to create and present data visuals.
  • Strong interpersonal, facilitation and team building skills, and ability to work cross-culturally with diverse teams.
  • Demonstrated innovative thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent analytical, written, and oral communication skills.
  • This position may require travel. Ability to participate in a field experience, which may involve domestic and/or international travel and overnight stays for up to 2 weeks pending lifting of COVID-19 restrictions.
  • US citizenship or US permanent residency required.

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Events & Development Intern -AIDS Foundation of Chicago

Application Deadline: May 14, 2021

The Events & Development Intern will directly assist the Special Events team with a wide range of projects related to fundraising, event management, and social media. The Events & Development intern will also have the opportunity to learn about HIV/AIDS prevention, care and advocacy, and other issues related to AFC’s mission.This person will intern closely with the Development Communications Manager and the Special Events team.This internship is designed to be both educational and practical. In this position, the intern will learn how to take skills acquired in an educational setting and apply them in the workplace. The intern will gain a better understanding of the role that Development, including fundraising, special events, and community engagement can play in a non-profit setting and be better prepared to work in the field of nonprofits and other charitable organizations.

The Events & Development Intern will learn:

  • How to plan, manage, and execute social and fundraising events
  • This includes Tee UP To End AIDS, an outdoor, in-person golf fundraiser, on Wednesday, May 26th.
  • How to effectively manage and provide administrative support via fundraising software (Classy).
  • How to organize and coordinate volunteer efforts with corporate partners and community members.
  • How to facilitate community engagement and management via Facebook Business Suite.
  • Best practices for peer-to-peer fundraising, event management, and donor relations.

Qualifications:

  • Current or recent enrollment in a graduate or undergraduate degree program with an interest and aptitude to work in nonprofit management, development/fundraising.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
  • Flexible schedule — some evenings and weekends required.
  • Detail-oriented and independently motivated.
  • Ability to work in a group setting.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and handle numerous assignments simultaneously.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and internet applications.
  • Experience volunteering with nonprofit organizations desired.
  • Able to commit to a minimum of three months for this internship.

This is a volunteer internship. A stipend is available for those who qualify, with details to be provided during the interview process. AFC can also help interns obtain college credit, if available from your school. Interns will receive necessary training and staff supervision. Internships require at least 15 hours/week for a minimum of three months, though longer internships are preferred. Non-profit management, marketing, communications, public relations, event planning or hospitality majors are encouraged to apply.Due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, we expect this will be a hybrid internship, with projects being completed both in-person and virtually. Interns are expected to have their own access to a computer and internet connection as well as the ability to work in-person at AFC’s offices, following AFC, state and local government health guidelines. All candidates must submit a cover letter and resume, and completed application form, which can be found at: www.aidschicago.org/internapplication,

Please submit all application materials to:
Email:  Interns@aidschicago.org
Mail:   AFC Intern Program, 200 W Monroe Street, Suite 1150, Chicago, IL 60606

Women & Infant Health Program Coordinator-Cheyenne (SPHTM)

Application Deadline: May 10, 2021
Estimated Salary: $21.00 per hour
Location: Wyoming Department of Health, Cheyenne, Wyoming

The Women and Infant Health Program Coordinator works under the Women and Infant Health Program and provides leadership, guidance, and support to develop and implement evidence-based strategies to improve maternal, infant, and early childhood health and wellness outcomes, including but not limited to maternal mortality, infant mortality, well-woman visit rates, child well-visit rates, and the promotion of healthy and safe children.  
This position is responsible for administering and managing grants with local and tribal government entities to implement maternal, infant, and early childhood programming and additional MCH programming prioritized by a comprehensive MCH needs assessment conducted every five years. This position works collaboratively with the Public Health Nursing Infant Home Visitation Program (Wyoming Hand in Hand) and other home visitation programs statewide to ensure optimal coordination to include strengthening referral networks, developing statewide home visitation messaging, and integrating home visiting and health services with early childhood resources. 
 The Women and Infant Health Program Coordinator also lead efforts to improve well visit rates statewide by promoting the American Academy of Pediatrics Bright Futures Guidelines with parents/youth, providers, and partners. Lastly, the Women and Infant Health Program Coordinator will serve on the Wyoming Perinatal Quality Collaborative and provide support to topic-specific sub-committees, including but not limited to meeting facilitation, documentation of subcommittee activities/progress, and project implementation assistance.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Bachelor’s Degree (typically in Healthcare)
Experience:0-2 years of progressive work experience (typically in Health Programs)
OR
Education & Experience Substitution:3-5 years of progressive work experience (typically in Health Programs) Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: None


Human Resource Contact: judy.fedell@wyo.gov (307/777-6057)
Apply Here

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April 2021

Health Program Manager – Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Application Deadline: April 29, 2021

As a Health Program Manager (Health Insurance Specialist on USAJOBS), you will develop, evaluate, and implement compliance, audit and oversight requirements, policies, operating procedures related activities and processes.
What you’ll do:

  • Interprets established polices and provides technical assistance regarding Agency programs to internal and external stakeholders including responding to inquiries from Congress, oversight entities and the public.
  • Initiates proposals/recommendations in response to identified or emerging program vulnerabilities.
  • Gathers and analyzes information, conduct various reviews and studies to assess ongoing operations, program vulnerabilities, and initiate/recommend improvements or appropriate action.
  • Responds to inquiries regarding program oversight activities to a variety of internal and external stakeholders (e.g., beneficiaries, providers, congressional staff, and other government organizations).
  • Develops, evaluates, and refines regulations, manuals, program guidelines, program memoranda, policy letters and instructions to disseminate and effectively communicate policy to Agency internal and external stakeholders.

Experience we’re looking for:
(1) Monitoring entities for compliance with healthcare or community service program policies.(2) Developing project plans relating to healthcare policy or operations.AND(3) Analyzing healthcare program operations or policies to recommend improvements.
To see full list of eligibility criteria, see job posting on USAJOBs.
Come see why over 5,000 employees say CMS is their employer of choice! In addition to dynamic and exciting opportunities, CMS offers generous compensation and benefits programs, an outstanding work-life balance, and most important, the opportunity to give back to your community, state and country by making a difference in the lives of Americans everywhere.

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2021 Health Administration Virtual Academy Internship

Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. on April 16, 2021.

NAHSE Baltimore Virtual Academy In the face of national turmoil, we have stayed true to NAHSE’s mission of providing career advancement opportunities to minorities in healthcare. In June 2020, the NAHSE Baltimore Chapter launched its first ever Virtual Summer Academy in place of our annual Summer Internship Program. This 6-week program provided educational enrichment, networking, and professional development opportunities to scholars from various states and institutions, including several historically black colleges and universities. This year in light of the continued COVID-19 public health crisis, we will be having another Virtual Academy for 2021.

The Virtual Summer Academy Includes:

  • 6 week practical work experience in a healthcare organization
  • Assigned mentor 
  • Educational and developmental seminars
  • Free attendance at NAHSE, Baltimore chapter meetings and seminars

The Goal of the Virtual Summer Academy: The goal of the NAHSE Baltimore 2021 Virtual Summer Academy is to create an invaluable virtual learning experience for Summer Scholars to connect with NAHSE members, as well as, to learn an overview of specialized skills of a healthcare operations environment, technical skills in Microsoft Office, and transferable skills such as communication, leadership, problem-solving, and teamwork to help prepare Scholars to enter the workforce upon graduation.​

Eligibility: The program is primarily for African-American/Minority students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in health administration, health education, public health, business management, health information management, biology, etc., at local colleges and universities. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 for undergraduate and a 3.0 for graduate students is required for all applicants. 

The 2021 Summer Virtual Academy will take place from June 7th – July 16th, 2021.
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Peer Advisor(s): Office of Study Abroad

Deadline: Wednesday, April 14th at 5 PM (Central Time).

The Office of Study Abroad is hiring Peer Advisors (PAs) for the 2021-2022 Academic Year to serve as advisors for prospective study abroad students on campus. Experience with study abroad through a Tulane-accredited summer, semester and/or year-long program is preferred but not required, and students with high levels of demonstrated interest in intercultural learning and global education are encouraged to apply.

Peer Advisors offer insight from their own experiences abroad, and provide information and resources to guide students in making informed decisions. PAs will serve as the first contact in the OSA for prospective study abroad students by providing guidance and consultation sessions. Additionally, PAs will engage with our study abroad returnees’ integration back into Tulane’s global community.

Hours per week: 9
Salary: $9/hour
Apply Here

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March 2021

Gardening and Community Engagement Internship(Unpaid)

Deadline: April 1, 2020, 5:00pm

Position Description:
During this unique internship opportunity, you will serve as a project coordinator working on urban
pollinator/rain/food gardens in the Broadmoor neighborhood (close to Tulane Uptown campus). The main lot is a newly revitalized rainwater garden at 3601 General Taylor Street, and a private lot is in the works. You will have the opportunity to send professional emails to landowners, neighborhood associations, and nonprofits. You will also canvas neighborhoods, coordinate volunteers, assist with site design, explore funding opportunities, and much more. As the project progresses the work will evolve. This internship will be a continuation of the work of project interns during Fall 2020/Spring 2021 who are graduating in the Spring, and will require coordination between present and new interns. All meetings can be conducted remotely or outdoors at the sites. 10 hours per week. Work times are flexible but you must have availability during the workday for meetings, email communication, and site visits.

Compensation:
This is an unpaid internship. If you are giving up paid employment for this experience, grants may be available through various offices at Tulane University. You may also transform this experience into an independent study with Professor Cheruiyot as the professor of record.

Please email a cover letter and resume to acruz5@tulane.edu . Questions should be directed to Allison Cruz.

Student Worker Opportunity (SPHTM)

The Mary Amelia Center for Women’s Health Equity Research conducts interdisciplinary research that identifies and disrupts barriers to knowledge, opportunity, and health for women and their communities. We are looking for a social media intern to help build awareness around our mission and research findings. This is a paid position.
Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist with creating and implementing campaigns
  • Develop content calendar schedule
  • Monitor keyword analytics, identify viable ideas
  • Assist with graphic design projects
  • Provide communication support as needed

Available to work at least 5-10 hours per week or more
To apply for position, please send a resume and cover letter to Shermicia Calice at scalice@tulane.edu.

Clinical Research Coordinator – SPHTM Epidemiology Department

Position Description: The Clinical Research Coordinator will conduct patient recruitment phone calls, manage the recruitment tracking system, assign recruitment call lists to calling staff, conduct call center staff training, and arrange and conduct recruitment mailing. He/She will conduct data collection visits in various clinics and assist with other tasks as needed.
Location: Tulane SPHTM, New Orleans, LA
To Apply: Submit an application via https://jobs.tulane.edu/position/IRC20442
Question: Contact Amanda Zimmerman (azimmer2@tulane.edu)

Food and Agriculture Economic Internship( Paid Internship, Remotely Based)

RTI International seeks a prospect the Food and Agriculture Economic Internship, within the Center for Applied Economics and Strategy in the Social, Statistical, and Environmental Sciences business unit.

The Food and Agriculture Economic Intern will conduct searches of journal articles and reports to identify supply elasticity estimates and other model parameters to populate a model of several hundred products exported from the United States to other countries. The intern will identify relevant estimates, document all sources, produce a bibliography, and summarize results. In addition, the intern will assist in quality control tasks by testing the operation of the model. The intern will also have the opportunity to gather background information for research on the effect of food systems, nutrition, and the environment. Findings will be compiled into a summary paper.

This paid internship will take place from May 2021 through August 2021. The internship requires a minimum commitment of 30 hours per week. Hours are flexible during business hours, Monday through Friday.

Visit their website to learn more about the internship

Tulane Public Health and Health Administration Career Fair

March 4th, 2021 from 2 pm-5 pm

The fair will be held virtually through Handshake. This is an opportunity for you to connect with public health employers about practicum, internship, and job opportunities. The virtual fair is open to all students and alumni in the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. You can register and sign up for sessions at the link below: Register in Handshake

How do I register?

  1. Click the “Register” link above and register for the fair. After you register, view each employer.
  2. Sign up for sessions! Because this fair is virtual, simply clicking “Register” is not enough. You’ll then need to sign up for sessions with employers of interest. You can sign up for a 30-minute group session (information session) or individual 10-minute sessions with targeted employers.
  3. Check back occasionally to see if new employers have registered/created sessions and if you would like to change your session schedule.

Employers attending the fair can be found on handshake.
Need additional guidance? We’ll be holding a “Prepping for a Virtual Career Fair” session a week before the fair to help. You can also email Abby Lukens at alukens@tulane.edu.
Register for Career Prep Event

Roger Arliner Young (RAY) Diversity Fellowship

March 26, 2021: Applications Due

We are pleased to announce that the 2021 application cycle for the Roger Arliner Young (RAY) Diversity Fellowship⁠ is now open! The RAY Diversity Fellowship is a two-year (1 year with 1-year renewal), full-time position with partner conservation and clean energy organizations with the goal of increasing and facilitating environmentally-related career pathways for emerging leaders of color. RAY Fellows have worked in a variety of communications, climate, policy, research, education, fieldwork, and philanthropic capacities. To learn more visit their website

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February 2021

PCORI COVID-19 Citizen Science Study – Data Collector (Volunteer)

The PCORI COVID-19 Citizen Science study team is looking for data collectors for a national study investigating patient-reported impact of COVID-19 shelter-in-place policies and containment and mitigation strategies on a national cohort of patients recruited from health systems across seven states.  
This is a short-term, work-from-home volunteer position. Data collectors can choose to work between 5 and 10 hours per week and are asked to commit to volunteering for at least 3 months. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in policy research and contribute to vital information related to the COVID-19 pandemic. 


How to Apply: Send a brief email of interest (approximately 200 words) to ejohnson@lphi.org with the subject line “Volunteer Data Collector”. To learn more about the postion click the link below.

Service Learning Assistants-Tulane Center for Public Service

Deadline: February 26, 2021

Service Learning Assistants are paid student employees who are assigned to coordinate 2-3 service learning courses every semester. As coordinators, SLAs help with project planning, logistics, delivering presentations, leading orientations, and facilitating reflections. SLAs also participate in weekly leadership development trainings. Both work-study and non-work-study positions are available. We are recruiting rising Sophomores and Juniors who are passionate about social justice, community engagement, and transforming service learning at Tulane. 

University of Michigan Summer Enrichment Program in Health Management and Policy

Application deadline is Friday, February 3rd, 2020 at 11:59 PM EST.


The University of Michigan Summer Enrichment Program (UMSEP) invites students to apply for an exciting summer opportunity in health management and policy. UMSEP is an internship program that attracts and educates future leaders who are committed to eliminating racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic health inequalities.
Since the program’s inception in 1986, more than 90% of its participants have completed graduate study in public health, medicine, health sciences, and business. Most alumni have gone on to successful careers in public health and healthcare management, with many holding senior management positions in health systems, hospitals, community health centers, health policy organizations, and numerous other health enterprises.
Visit the website to learn more about the program and application process.

MedServe 2-Year Medical Service Learning Fellowship

Deadline: February 14, 2021

MedServe is a post-college community service fellowship in rural and other underserved health communities located across North Carolina. Do you want to understand how to combine a career in medicine with public or community service? Would you like to see what it’s like to be a part of a medical team committed to community improvement? MedServe has placed over 70 fellows with clinics that have gone above and beyond to provide innovative models and extensive service to their communities and are often operating in low-resource settings; your fellowship with them will give you a front-row seat to the best of primary care medicine. MedServe Fellows undergo a rigorous two week Training Institute to prepare for their roles. In addition, MedServe host quarterly skill summits across the state to expose Fellows to key medical concepts and helps them prepare for the next stages of their medical education.

Learn More Here

Project Horseshoe Farm

Deadline: February 21, 2021

Project Horseshoe Farm offers Community Health Fellowship programs in Alabama and California. Alumni consistently express how transformative their Fellowship experience has been, and Fellows go to some of the top medical schools, graduate programs, and nonprofit organizations across the U.S. Their website gives a good overview of the programs, and you can find them on Handshake.

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November 2020

The Greater New Orleans Caring Collective Volunteer Opportunity

The Greater New Orleans Caring Collective is searching for volunteers to help neighborhood coordinators serve their community. Mostly needed are phone bankers (needs assessments, family check-ins), and drivers (meals, groceries, and other supply drop off). Whether you are interested in a one-time contribution or a long-lasting volunteer relationship with our network, this is a great way to connect to your neighborhood. Also needed are neighborhood coordinators and/or those with experience in social media, fundraising, and event planning.


Sign Up Here

Program Administrator (ACOG)

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), a membership organization dedicated to the advancement of women’s health care in Washington, DC, is currently seeking a Program Administrator. The Program Administrator manage the logistical day to day operations of programs. Responsible for, project coordination, fiscal management, administrative management, and assisting Program Managers and senior level leaders. Provide professional expertise and apply departmental and organizational policies and procedures to positively influence the outcome of the program and the department. Monitor the work of contractors and partners. Exercise judgment, prioritize and implement multiple projects, and collaborate effectively with internal and external partners. Build productive internal/external working relationships.


Apply Here

New Orleans Medical Reserve Corps

New Orleans Medical Reserve Corps was awarded a $5,000 MRC COVID-19 Operational Readiness Award grant from the National Association for City and County Health Officials (NACCHO). As part of this grant, we will be hiring a paid intern to assist with creating a mission set for mass dispensing/vaccination procedures, collecting/analyzing data, and planning for vaccine accessibility for all populations.
If you have been involved in testing sites or are looking to get involved with COVID-19 vaccine planning, please email Meredith (meredith.mcinturff@nola.gov) to learn more about this project and the upcoming internship application process. 

Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program

Public Health Marketing Intern, NMF Programs (New Orleans, LA)


The National Medical Fellowship is looking to hire a Public Health Marketing intern. The ideal candidate would be an Upper-division college student or college graduate with an interest in graphic design, marketing, and recruitment. Please click the link below to see the full job description.
If you are interested in applying, please submit a cover letter, resume, brief portfolio, and two references to agarrett@nmfonline.org with subject line “Public Health Marketing Intern Applicant – [Full Name].” Please indicate your preferred work schedule in your cover letter. Applicants are encouraged to apply before the deadline as applications will be considered on a rolling basis.


Job Description
Deadline November 15, 2020 by 5PM CST

The PPIA Junior Summer Institute (JSI) Fellowship 

The PPIA Junior Summer Institute (JSI) Fellowship is a rigorous academic preparation program for undergraduate juniors committed to public service careers. During the program, Fellows are equipped with the knowledge and skills they will need to succeed in graduate school and ultimately, in influential roles serving the public good. This fully-funded opportunity includes curriculum in economics, statistics, and policy analysis at one of five host sites across the country. The purpose of the JSI Fellowship is to prepare students to obtain a Master’s or joint degree, in public policy, public administration, international affairs, or a related field.


Deadline: Sunday, November 15, 2020 at 11:59PM EST


Learn More and Apply Here

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Community Health Fellowship 2021-2022

Application Deadline: November 15, 2020

Horseshoe Farm is pleased to offer educational grant-supported gap year (13 month) Fellowships for top graduating college students (or recent college graduates) interested in learning about community health leadership, participating in innovative approaches to improving local health and education systems, and contributing to broader strengths in local communities. Accepted Fellows receive free housing, an educational grant of $700/month, and valuable experience.

Please direct any questions about the application process to our recruitment team at apply@projecthsf.org.

Apply Here

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October 2020

New Orleans Medical Reserve Corps

New Orleans Medical Reserve Corps was awarded a $5,000 MRC COVID-19 Operational Readiness Award grant from the National Association for City and County Health Officials (NACCHO). As part of this grant, we will be hiring a paid intern to assist with creating a mission set for mass dispensing/vaccination procedures, collecting/analyzing data, and planning for vaccine accessibility for all populations.
If you have been involved in testing sites or are looking to get involved with COVID-19 vaccine planning, please email Meredith (meredith.mcinturff@nola.gov) to learn more about this project and the upcoming internship application process. 

Penn State Health Administration Case Competition

The second annual Penn State Health Administration Case Competition which will be held virtually this year. Tulane SPHTM Health and Policy Department ( HPM )will sponsor any students/teams who are interested in participating in this event. If you are interested in the competition, please email Alison Rinehart at arinehar@tulane.edu. Ms. Rinehart can assist you in registering your team.


Deadline to Register is October 12, 2010

Pen State Case Competition FAQ

Tulane University Office of Global Health CUGH Research Competition

Deadline: October 23, 2020

Are you a Tulane University STUDENT OR TRAINEE interested in global health?  If so, you should know that the Consortium of Universities of Global Health (CUGH) 12th Annual Conference will be held on March 12-14, 2021 and Tulane is one of the host institutions!
Tulane Office of Global Health (OGH) is a university-wide resource intended to promote global health activities. Tulane OGH is inviting students interested in presenting their global health research at CUGH to submit an abstract to this research competition. Abstracts will be reviewed by the OGH Steering Committee with the goal of sponsoring the CUGH registration fees for top scoring student presenters from each school within Tulane University (for the SPHTM, submissions by undergraduate public health students and graduate students will be reviewed as 2 distinct school groups).  Students wishing to enter the Tulane Office of Global Health (OGH) Research Competition must first submit their abstract for the CUGH 2021 Virtual Conference on or before the October 23, 2020 deadline.
To learn more about the CUGH Annual Conference and how to prepare your abstract click the links below.


How to Enter Research Competition

Abstract Submissions FAQs

Visit CUGH Website

Gap Year Fellowship Program in Global Health – Duke University

Deadline: October 1, 2020

We’re looking for motivated people within three years of graduating, specifically, applicants should have:• Passion for women’s empowerment, advocacy, and reproductive justice• Motivation and independence to work with minimal guidance once trained• Ability to interpret and communicate scientific research to lay audiences through compelling and creative storytelling• Ability to effectively manage multiple projects and deadlines• Outstanding writing and editing skills, with attention to detail• Outstanding communication and organizational skills• Understanding of how to reach different target audiences• Ability to be in unfamiliar settings writing about topics he/she may not be an expert on• Ability to synthesize the opinions of various stakeholders across a variety of disciplines, communities, and cultures• Ability to work with a multidisciplinary team of post-bacs, directors, staff, graduate students, and collaborators

For more information, please contact Executive Director, Marlee Krieger, at Marlee.krieger@duke.edu.To Apply: Please e-mail Executive Director, Marlee Krieger at marlee.krieger@duke.edu with the project you are applying for in the subject line and with the following documents:• Full name and address• Appropriate contact information• Your resume• Two letters of recommendation• One – page statement describing your professional goals and research interest(s)We look forward to welcoming a motivated, enthusiastic team member to help us share the exciting and important work of the Center for Global Women’s Health Technologies.

Find out more on website

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September 2020

Break the Cycle of Health Disparities Training Program

The Southeast PEHSU and Break the Cycle of Health Disparities, Inc. invites university students from a variety of disciplines to participate in our 16th Annual Break the Cycle of Children’s Environmental Health Disparities training program and annual conference.
About the Program
Students are required to work with academic mentors from their respective university programs to submit a proposal on how they would develop a project to Break the Cycle. All proposals will be reviewed, and a limited number will be selected based on relevance to the cycle of environmental health disparities, creativity, feasibility, and strength of the project plan. Those selected will have the opportunity to work with the Break the Cycle faculty and other students from around the country and internationally, to see the project to completion and present their research results and findings at an annual conference in Atlanta scheduled for the spring of 2021. There will be monthly conference calls to review projects and provide perspectives and guidance on the projects. During these conference calls, faculty and students will have the opportunity to communicate and collaborate with their counterparts in other disciplines at other universities. Students will also be required to write a scientific paper on their project which will be published in an international peer-review journal as well as a chapter in a book.


Apply by September 30th , 2020. Decisions will be communicated to all applicants by October 9th, 2020.


If you have any further questions, feel free to contact Leslie Rubin at lrubi01@emory.edu or Project Coordinator, Nathan Mutic at nathan.mutic@emory.edu, and they will be happy to discuss potential projects with you.

APHA Student Registration Scholarship

The APHA Environment Section serves as a multi-disciplinary home for those concerned about sustaining healthy environments through research, advocacy and public awareness. Environmental health addresses all the physical, chemical and biological factors external to a person and all of the related factors impacting behaviors. It is targeted toward preventing disease and creating health-supportive environments.
One of the Environment Section’s goal for the 2020 APHA Annual Meeting is to foster interest in environmental health, increase student involvement, and to provide educational offerings on a wide range of environmental health topics, especially related to environmental justice.
The Environment Section’s agenda for the Annual Meeting will benefit participants greatly. In particular, students – the future of the public health workforce – will have the ability to connect with potential mentors and researchers and will learn about community-based environmental justice initiatives. The Environment Section is pleased to offer registration scholarships for students to attend the annual meeting.  


Eligible student applicants must submit their application, see attached form, electronically by September 18, 2020, 5pm est to: Jyotsna Jagai (jjagai2@uic.edu).
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COVID-19 Social Marketing Health Education Campaign

Tulane’s School of Public Health, Office of the Dean is looking for dedicated and enthusiastic students who are passionate about health education, health equity and communications to join our multi-media social marketing campaign on COVID-19. This campaign, The Skin You’re In: Coronavirus and Black America, serves as a platform providing resources and communications to deliver timely, accurate, and relevant information, on COVID-19, to African Americans in the Greater New Orleans area. Click HERE to learn more about the position.


Apply by September 11, 2020


If your interested in applying, please submit your resume and cover letter to Lacey Allen at lallen8@tulane.edu

Sex Week Coordinator Position

Tulane Campus Health is currently hiring two undergraduate Sex Week Coordinators. Not only is this a paid opportunity, but it will also provide students with valuable experience in sexual health education programming creation and implementation. 
Sounds like you might be a good fit? Apply by September 7 at campushealth.tulane.edu/sex-week 

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August 2020

Maternal Health Program, Community Health Volunteer – Partners in Health

Compañeros En Salud (CES) is an affiliate of Partners In Health in Chiapas, Mexico. The organization’s mission is to build a primary health care model of excellence in rural Mexico. To learn more about the organization and its mission, as well as the location and living conditions of our site please visit http://www.companerosensalud.mx. The PIH website offers additional context at:  www.pih.org.CES strives to create volunteer positions that serve the organization’s mission and priorities as well as provide a substantive learning experience. The volunteer roles are based in Chiapas, Mexico, and contribute to key service and research functions of the organization. These roles are ideal for a recent college graduate exploring global health, medical or graduate student taking a gap year, or a mid-career professional interested in exploring a global health career. The volunteer roles are not clinical in nature. All applicants should have high proficiency in Spanish, and be able to confidently carry out work conversations exclusively in Spanish. CES also looks for applicants who have a demonstrated ability to adapt to rural conditions, such as candidates who have lived in a resource-poor or rural area previously or who have participated in wilderness or camping activities.

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July 2020

Summer Health Education Assistant-Oakland County Government

Deadline: July 31, 2020

Under close supervision, may assist with compilation and dissemination of public education information or update, test and/or monitor database systems. May work in a laboratory assisting with research projects and routine laboratory tasks. Utilizes current county-wide and/or department-specific software to complete assignments. Minimum Qualifications.

TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED

All applicants for this classification must upload a copy of their college transcript under the attachment section. This section is used for TRANSCRIPTS ONLY. Other documents such as reference, cover letter, resume, etc are prohibited. At the time of application, applicants must: 1. Have completed at least 48 credit hours from an accredited college or university, with at least 9 credits of course work in Community Health, Education, Biology, Nutrition, or a related area. 2. Pass the employment physical established for this classification. Special requirements must submit to immunizations as required by the Department of Health & Human Services and submit to a tuberculin skin test or chest x-ray, at County expense.

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Digital Marketing Internship in Healthcare – Massachusetts General Hospital

Deadline: July 3, 2020

MassGeneral Hospital for Children seeks interns who wish to expand their knowledge of digital marketing in a large, complex healthcare organization.
Qualifications:

  • Passion for data and interest in building reporting for digital team and hospital leadership
  • Advanced Excel skills
  • Superb analytical skills
  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Excellent written, interpersonal, and communication skills

Academic majors: Business, marketing, and related majors
Commitment: Minimum of six months (weekly time commitment is negotiable and may vary; work may be completed remotely)
Practicum: Using Google Analytics and other analytics tools, generate actionable insights from data that lead to innovations and improvements vital to supporting the success of prospective and current patients, referring physicians, and internal stakeholders. Help identify opportunities in digital marketing, help devise strategy, and identify key performance indicators to measure success. Help prepare and present data in a way that allows doctors and administrators to understand opportunities and take action.
Work may be completed remotely. Interns are supervised by the manager of digital strategy and web development via weekly check-ins and email and phone communication as needed.

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June 2020

Community Health Resource Center InternVirginia Health Department

Deadline: June 15, 2020

Looking for dynamic interns to support our local community health district Resource Center team by performing duties that are varied, diverse, and interact with the public. Work responsibilities includes, but not limited to, assisting with educational classes, youth groups, and participating in community outreach with local community health outreach staff. Also, administrative duties may be assigned in accordance with the individual you are assigned to support, which may include a combination of answering telephones, typing, filing, assisting with creating power point presentations, and operating office machine.
Job responsibilities:• Ability to be flexible (may require being at a different site locations in the city ofRichmond)• Outreach• Assist with community events, health fairs, etc., at local churches & libraries• Attend Community meetings• Distribute flyers door-to-door with Community Health Worker
Specific tasks may include, but are not limited to:• Attendance at community events as noted on google calendar (carpool or arrive at location 15minutes prior to event starting)• Creating an interactive health promotion game for teens for outreach events• Joining Community Health Worker for outreach• Creating condom packets (receive instructions from Community Health Worker)• Providing education to support prevention of diabetes, hypertension, and asthma

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May 2020

Public Health Educator II Oakland County Government

Deadline: May 28, 2020

Under general supervision, develops, implements, and evaluates health education and promotion programs related to healthy eating, physical activity and other health prevention topics. The position works with a variety of community partners and collaborates and presents to racial, ethnic and socioeconomically diverse audiences. Utilizes current Countywide and/or department specific software to complete assignments.Minimum Qualifications**This Position is 100% Grant funded**

Public Interest Internship Program – Center for Science in the Public Interest

Deadline: May 15, 2020

CSPI was started in 1971 by three scientists who saw the need for an organization to evaluate the effects of science and technology on society and to promote national policies responsive to consumers’ interests. CSPI focuses primarily on food and health issues, exposing and addressing deceptive marketing practices, risky food additives and contaminants, and industry practices that make it hard for people to eat well. Our findings are communicated through press interviews, reports, comments and petitions to regulatory agencies, and a variety of educational materials, which include books, posters, social media, videos, and the Center’s Nutrition Action Healthletter.

CSPI offers internships for a small number of qualified students in undergraduate, graduate, law, and medical schools each summer and during the school year. We also consider post graduates. Applications are considered on a rolling basis until all positions have been filled.

Analyst (CDC)- Abt Associates

Deadline: May 10, 2020

This is an incredibly exciting time to be a part of the Abt team!  The Division of Health and Environment (DHE) is rapidly growing our domestic health and environment portfolios as we expand our footprint in these thriving markets. As we race into the years ahead, we will continue to serve as a trusted advisor to our clients in providing innovative, evidence-driven solutions that contribute to a healthier environment and the health and safety of individuals, families, and communities. We are market leaders in providing policy and regulatory support; advancing public health and clinical epidemiology; providing environmental science, natural resource management, and ecosystem restoration; shaping healthcare policy and health services delivery; responding to mental health and substance use disorders; and studying the criminal justice system. If you want to work in a dynamic and collaborative work environment that fosters professional growth and promotes a culture of innovation, thought leadership, technical excellence, and collaboration, Abt is the right place for you!

Opportunity:


Abt Associates seeks a qualified Analyst to support the Division of Health and Environment at our office in Atlanta, GA. Work will be in the CDC with a research and evaluation focus.

Revenue Cycle Analytic Undergraduate Intern- Kaiser Permanente

Deadline: May 1, 2020

Lay the groundwork for a dynamic future with an industry leader. At Kaiser Permanente, you’ll forge lasting relationships with colleagues across the organization while enjoying the opportunity to grow your experience and hone your expertise on assignments that have real impact. Our interns have worked on everything from analyzing financial software and developing new marketing strategies, to designing mobile apps and helping clinicians improve care delivery. We want you to get the most out of your time here and will give you projects that challenge you to think freely, question thoroughly, and explore deeply.


Essential Functions:– Contributing to a designated project or initiative to meet a KP business objective.- Report development and analytics.- Project management – planning, execution, and measurement.- Learning new applications needed to complete assignments or support the execution of business objectives.- Job shadowing in other functional areas.- Performing additional duties as required.- The union and the company are currently investigating the bargaining unit status of this position. If it is determined that this is a bargaining unit position, bargaining unit status (seniority dates, dues payments etc.) will be applied on a retroactive basis based on the employment commencement date.

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April 2020

COVID-19 Social Marketing Health Education Campaign Summary Campaign Name The Skin You’re In: Coronavirus and Black America

The Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is dedicated to serving on the frontlines during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. At a time when many uncertainties regarding this virus are arising it is critical that the public have access to accurate and specific information. As a leading institution in the field of public health, we believe it our obligation to educate communities on how this virus impacts populations specifically. The Office of the Dean is looking for dedicated and enthusiastic students who are passionate about health education, health equity and communications to develop a multi-media social marketing campaign on COVID-19. This campaign, The Skin You’re In: Coronavirus and Black America, will serve as a platform providing resources and communications to deliver timely, accurate, and relevant information, on the novel Coronavirus, to African Americans in the Greater New Orleans area.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities • Conduct formative research to select best strategies for health communication and implementation based on various audiences • Collaborate with local business leaders and community members to identify communications needs • Collaborate with local business leaders and community members to assist with development of effective content modality • Apply communication theories and models to development of communication campaign • Develop, test, and timely disseminate tools and messaging to different audiences in various formats • Conduct target population research to determine gaps and monitor campaign success • Develop content for audience to be distributed via social media, videos, newsletters, radio, etc. • Develop messaging strategy to continually update audience on changes in health information and resources • Maintain communications throughout pandemic to provide timely and accurate information Campaign Teams • Research & Evaluation • Communications • Community Partnerships • Media • Creative Design & Content Desired Qualifications • Student pursuing a graduate degree • Experience in health communications, mass communications, social marketing, health equity, and/or diversity • Specialized experience directly related to position proving applicant’s knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform position duties • Excellent spoken and written communications skills

How to Apply To apply for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter to Nahdi Bropleh at rbropleh@tulane.edu ASAP.

*This opportunity may be utilized as a practicum.

Epidemiologist(Direct Hire)- CDC

This Direct Hire recruitment is to fill positions based on a critical hiring need resulting from the outbreak and spread of the “Coronavirus Disease 2019” (COVID-19), which has caused a public health emergency. As such, all applicants who meet the OPM Health Scientist GS-0601 Series requirements and the minimum specialized experience qualifications stated in this announcement will be referred to hiring managers for further consideration.

DUTIES:
“Initiates, formulates, plans and executes analytic research projects and researches the quality of methodologies and measures pertinent to the assessment and summarization of the health status of Americans. Prepares comprehensive reports of study results that include discussion of substantive health issues and research objectives; assessment of the adequacy and quality of data used in the analyses; and explanation of the methodologies, results, and relevance to health issues as they relate to the epidemiological problem under study Identifies and analyzes public health issues and their impact on public policies or scientific studies or surveys. Using established, modified and newly developed scientific and technical methods and practices, identifies and evaluates a wide range of conventional and unconventional health conditions in a specialty area. Plans and carries out quality control programs and selects statistical and epidemiologic methods for use in quality control analysis.” ]

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Access Campaign Vaccines Intern- Doctors without Borders / Medicines Sans Frontieres

Deadline: April 16, 2020

The Access Campaign Vaccines Intern will support the ongoing administrative and research activities of the Access Campaign as necessary to scale up the work on access to affordable and appropriate vaccines. This includes tracking the current issues relevant to the Access Campaign, providing research and analytical support to the Vaccines Policy Advisor of the Access Campaign, supporting the overall management of data and files, and assisting in preparation of information for advocacy and policy strategies. Candidates should have an interest in and knowledge of global public health, global health policy and funding, and the current status of vaccination programs and services in developing nations. This internship is ideal for anyone with a special interest in vaccine policy and the lack of access to essential medicines in the developing world.

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Epidemiology Research Associate- Cardno

Deadline: April 6, 2020

Cardno ChemRisk is a state-of-the-art scientific consulting firm that provides epidemiology, risk assessment, toxicology, and industrial hygiene services to organizations. We specialize in solving problems of national importance, often related to human health hazards and major regulatory initiatives. Our mission is to provide clients with innovative, sustainable solutions to current and emerging issues in ways that not only drive progress, but also protect human health and the environment.  

We are currently seeking a part-time research associate to assist on epidemiology and public health-related projects in spring 2020. Applicants should be self-motivated, enthusiastic, and currently enrolled in an MPH or MS degree program in Epidemiology or Biostatistics. Research Associates will support and perform similar types of work as full-time health scientists, as well as gain valuable insight into the world of scientific consulting. Successful candidates will play an integral role in providing creative and scientifically rigorous approaches to answering questions about human health.  

As a Research Associate in the Epidemiology practice area, typical responsibilities will include: Literature searches using databases such as PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, and other similar sources. ·  Critical evaluation of epidemiological literature on specific topics related to public health. ·  Development of literature summaries. ·  Perform independent analyses and work on multidisciplinary teams with experts in epidemiology, risk assessment, toxicology, and industrial hygiene.   Estimated length of position: through May 1st Estimated number of hours: 12-24 hours/week Location(s): Pittsburgh, PA; Chicago, IL  

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Unpaid Practicum/Capstone Opportunity Louisiana Public Health Institute (LPHI)

Deadline: April 3, 2020

To apply, please send resume, cover letter, and references to careers@lphi.org with subject line: Unpaid Practicum Opportunity


Position Summary: This is a non-paid, practicum or capstone position that will provide a student with the opportunity to collaborate with public health professionals while fulfilling course and/or degree requirements. Position will be approximately six months or as necessary to complete university requirements.
The scope of this student’s responsibilities will be determined based on prior experience and qualifications of the selected candidate. The candidate will help support coordination of activities and an individual scope of work will be developed within one or more of the focus areas below based upon the candidate’s interest, experience, and qualifications as well as LPHI’s needs.


An ideal candidate will develop confidence in professional development skills through:• Integrating and applying classroom knowledge into a public health work setting• Understanding and being able to articulate how public health practice will inform their professional development• Identifying the numerous roles of the public health professional as they relate to practice• Shadowing public health professionals and leaders• Ongoing professional mentorship (including weekly supervision)• Building professional capacity and relationships with internal public health professionals• Networking with external entities in communities where LPHI operates to expand and sustain such partnerships and build local capacity to achieve population health improvements.


Minimum Qualifications: Current student pursuing degree in public health, public administration, nonprofit leadership, marketing and communications, or related field.• Interest in public health or related field.• Excellent written and oral communication skills• Strong organizational skills and excellent attention to detail
Duties and Responsibilities• Varies depending on scope of work• Responsibilities will be determined based on organization and project needs and student interest
Desired Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities• Ability to think proactively and function independently• Ability to collaborate with colleagues and partners• Strong emotional intelligence skills, including experience working with individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds• Demonstrated practice of a learning orientation• Ability to champion and manage change• Ability to deliver with quality and impact• Demonstrated ability to apply systems thinking and act strategically• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications


Occasionally, LPHI may have paid internship opportunities. When available, these opportunities are posted to our website. We encourage you to check our careers page periodically.LPHI is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Internship – Youth and Family Initiatives (SPHTM) American Diabetes Association

Deadline: April 3, 2020

To apply for position, please visit the following link: https://diabetes.taleo.net/careersection/ada_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=2000003C&tz=GMT-06:00&tzname=America/Chicago&lang=en


The American Diabetes Association (“The Association”), the nation’s leading health organization focused on diabetes, is seeking an energetic and outgoing Youth & Family Initiatives intern. Through a variety of activities focused on reaching the diagnosed and those at high risk for diabetes, the Association works to achieve its mission: to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.


This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a career in Public Health, Community Development, Nutrition, or other Health Sciences. Candidate must be energetic, a team player, results-oriented and dedicated to the achievement of personal and team goals. Intern will provide support to Association staff and gain valuable skills and insights while assisting with program planning, communications and advocacy, and volunteer outreach. The intern’s role will be to support the Territory Directory of Youth and Family Initiatives primarily focused on: the local camp for kids, family engagement, high risk populations, and mission engagement. This unpaid internship can provide school credit, offers a flexible schedule and valuable experience in the non-profit sector (approximately 15 to 20 hours a week). The Youth & Family Initiatives Intern responsibilities include (but not limited to):

  • Become familiar with the mission, standards of care, and the programs and events of the American Diabetes Association
  • §  Assist in the planning and execution of camp for kids, including related events and programs for the Camp.
  • Attend the local camp for kids on the event date (if possible)
  • Help in planning and implementing community education sessions and events, such as Safe at School
  • Assist in the distribution Association educational materials
  • Assist with mailings and package assembly
  • Utilizes social network platforms to promote events
  • Visit local health care partners for continued engagement and to provide ADA resource materials 
  • Provide educational workshop on diabetes awareness, prevention, and management to at-risk communities
  • Participate in the day of event activities (when necessary)
  • Document activities (photos, video) to be shared with participants, families, partners, etc.
  • Assist at working health fairs and other community events
  • Must be a current college student (pursuing bachelors or masters) or recent graduate
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Eagerness to learn new things and work in a team environment
  • Positive demeanor and outgoing personality
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize and handle a variety of assignments simultaneously
  • Ability to travel to ADA event sites as needed

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March 2020

Student Research Assistant Needed

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Save the Children Action Network Intern(Summer 2020)- Save the Children

Deadline: March 31, 2020

Save the Children Action Network (SCAN), Save the Children’s political advocacy arm, is seeking an intern to support our advocacy campaigns and election engagement by providing research and special project support to our State and National Campaigns and Public Affairs and Policy teams. Founded in 2014, SCAN is building bipartisan will and voter support to make sure every child in the U.S. has access to high-quality early learning and to protect the world’s most vulnerable children. We work at the federal level, as well as in about a handful of targeted states, to support policies and programs that benefit kids. Through this experience, you will gain a greater understanding about how grassroots mobilization, communications and government relations combine to create meaningful policy change.

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Training Specialist- SPHTM

Deadline: March 27, 2020

EyesOpenIowa has an opening for a full time Training Specialist. We are looking for a highly organized and enthusiastic individual who is skilled in sexual health, to train adults in Iowa and beyond through our training department. They should be skilled in both content knowledge as well as an ability to make every adult learner feel valued and comfortable in learning sensitive topics. We are looking for a multi-tasker who loves to travel and meet new people. They must be great at public speaking, have comprehensive sexual health experience and talent towards teaching a diverse set of adult learners. Come join our dynamic team and enjoy a flexible work environment based in our West Des Moines, Iowa office.
Please see the attached job description for further details.

 Send a letter of interest and resume/cv to employment@eyesopeniowa.org

Sexual Aggression Peer Hotline and Education Application Now Open

Deadline: March 27, 2020

SAPHE is a compassionate group of Tulane students who are dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual violence and addressing rape culture at Tulane. The purpose of SAPHE is to provide resources and support to the Tulane community through a peer run 24/7 hotline, while working to dismantle rape culture on campus through workshops, events, and outreach. SAPHE members are trained in trauma informed care and empathetic listening so that they are well equipped to provide support and resources to any person who might need them. To contact SAPHE’s 24/7 Peer Run Hotline during the fall and spring semesters, please call 504-654-9543. 

Applications to become a SAPHE are now open until 3/27/2020.

Apply now! https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/submitter/form/start/359027

Field Biologist (SPHTM) St. Tammany Parish Mosquito Abatement District

Deadline: March 27, 2020

To apply for position, please visit the following link: https://stpmad.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/STPMAD_Field-Biologist.pdf


Description: St. Tammany Parish Mosquito Abatement in Slidell, LA seeks a Field Biologist. The primary responsibility of this position is to collect data on local mosquito abundance, coordinate, and perform mosquito control operations. Work is performed under the supervision of the Field Operations Supervisor.


Job duties include: Perform field inspections of larval mosquito abundance in a variety of habitats including septic roadside ditches, residences, freshwater swamps, marsh, and floodwaters.o Perform field inspections of adult mosquito abundance by performing landing rates and setting/collecting mosquito traps.o Use specialized equipment such as backpack sprayers, high volume liquid sprayers, ultra-low volume (ULV) sprayers, and granular sprayers to perform mosquito management interventions including adulticiding and larviciding in a variety of mosquito habitats.o Coordinate larvicide control operations in septic roadside ditches by communicating with larviciders and updating maps.o Provide professional in-person service to assess, recommend and perform effective mosquito management strategies for residents and businesses of St. Tammany Parish.o Assist the Field Operations Supervisor to update the truck-based adulticide map by measuring driveways and collecting location information of driveways.o Operate vehicles including right-side drive trucks, marsh master track vehicle, four-wheelers, side-by-side utility vehicles, airboats, and outboard boats.o Communicate effectively and professionally with colleagues and supervisors. o Knowledge of and strict adherence to rules of safe operation and handling of insecticides and equipment utilized for mosquito inspections and control activities.o Maintain up-to-date records of inspection and control activities.o Maintain a culture and attitude of safety, cleanliness, and professionalism.o Maintain LDAF Licenses for applying mosquito control insecticides.o Must be capable of lifting 40lbs.


Requirements: The applicant must have demonstrated ability to perform each of the above listed duties and demonstrate basic computer and tablet (or smartphone) proficiency. In addition, the applicant must have a valid driver’s license with a good driving record.
Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in biological or environmental sciences or related field is preferable. In the absence of a bachelor’s degree, high school diploma or equivalent and five years of experience in entomology, mosquito biology, and/or mosquito control are required.
Compensation: Annual compensation of $42,000-$55,000 is dependent on education and experience. In addition, health insurance premiums are currently fully covered by STPMAD. A public employee’s pension plan is provided for retirement benefits. This position will remain open until March 27, 2020 or until filled.


To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and CV or resume to: Susan Lowrie, Office Manager St. Tammany Parish Mosquito Abatement (985)643-5050 slowrie@stpmad.org

Summer 2020 Internship – Arkansas Dept. of Health (SPHTM)

Deadline: March 26, 2020

Arkansas is home to several species of ticks. Arkansas also ranks among the top states in the United States for incidence for both Spotted Fever Rickettsias and Ehlichiosis. The distribution of these important zoonotic diseases overlaps with the distribution of the most common tick found attacking humans, companion animals, and wildlife in AR. The aggressive and ubiquitous Lone Star tick, Amblyomma americanum, dominates in most Arkansas landscapes and depending on habitat and season, tick population density is high. This tick transmits tularemia, STARI, and the agents responsible for ehrlichiosis. The American dog tick, Dermacentor variabilis, is another important vector in Arkansas, transmitting Rickettsia rickettsii and tularemia. There are also areas that support populations of Gulf Coast ticks, Amblyomma maculatum. The current extent of the distribution and density of other tick species and their associated pathogens is largely unknown.

The Western Gulf Center of Excellence for Vector-borne Diseases is seeking a summer intern to support surveillance of ticks and tick-borne pathogens using tick drags and tick traps in various locations in Arkansas focusing primarily on Southeast Arkansas. Ticks will be identified, pooled by species and location, and sent to a supporting lab for pathogen identification. These data will be incorporated into the larger Arkansas Department of Health database. The selected intern will work with faculty from the University of Arkansas – Monticello and Arkansas Department of Health personnel at ADH headquarters in Little Rock. The recipient will receive training on surveillance and identification of ticks, tick biology, applied epidemiology, education and outreach, structure and operation of the Arkansas Department of Health, and how vector data is incorporated and used by public health authorities at the local and state level.
This is an 11-week, paid internship that offers hands-on experience in vector-borne disease public health practice. The selected candidate will be compensated at $11/hr, plus a $700 monthly housing stipend.

Interested students can send a completed application and CV to Caroline Weldon (caweldon@utmb.edu) by March 26th, 2020. 

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Summer 2020 Mosquito and Vector Control Internship (SPHTM)

Deadline: March 26, 2020

The CDC Western Gulf Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Disease and Harris County Public Health Department, Mosquito and Vector Control Division is offering an interdisciplinary internship in which a selected intern will rotate through the Alternative Mosquito Control and Applied Research (AMCAR) Branch, the Test and Evaluation Section (TES), and the Technical Operations Branch in Vector Surveillance. The student will participate in daily activities from the mentioned sections of MCVD in order to gain practical knowledge in diverse tracts of vector-focused public health.

Together, these projects will provide experience in insecticide resistance monitoring, environmental surveillance in the mosquito, avian, tick and kissing bug populations, and practical laboratory experience of applied research activities. The selected candidate will also be involved in community health practice component of the MCVD to better understand the inner workings of an Integrated Vector Management Program.
This is an 11-week, paid internship that offers hands-on experience in vector-borne disease public health practice. The selected candidate will be compensated at $11/hr, plus a $700 monthly housing stipend.

Interested students can send a completed application and CV to Caroline Weldon (caweldon@utmb.edu) by March 26th  2020.

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Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Ray Conservation Diversity Fellow: Communications

Deadline: March 22, 2020

NRDC’s Communications team is seeking an editorial and digital storyteller with a passion for environmental issues to join its Content team and help create fresh, compelling content that conveys the organization’s mission, delivers on its advocacy goals, and engages youth and people of color.
The RAY Fellow will work with NRDC’s editors to craft high-quality stories, articles, videos, and social content for NRDC.org and the organization’s social media platforms, using their perspective to enrich our content and inspire our audiences.
The Fellow will join editorial meetings, monitor breaking environmental news, write bylined articles, and will be encouraged to pitch stories and videos relevant to NRDC’s work and mission. The Fellow will also have the opportunity to assist in video scriptwriting or production to enhance their digital and multimedia storytelling skills.
The Fellow will also have the opportunity to meet and collaborate with NRDC experts, partners, and advocates working across different program areas, such as climate change, health, energy, food, and nature.

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Health Technology Intern- Massachusettes General Hospital

Deadline: March 20, 2020

Dr. Abigail Batchelder, a clinical health psychologist in the Behavioral Medicine Program (BMED) at Massachusetts General Hospital, is seeking a volunteer intern to help with an innovative emotion measurement study involving machine learning. The goal of the study is to better understand the relationship between emotions and health behaviors among people living with HIV, using multiple measurement strategies including facial coding, movement analyses, speech evaluation, natural language processing, and measures of physiology. This position will provide a unique opportunity for someone interested in the innovative use of technology to measure emotions, machine learning, as well as clinical and social psychology. The intern will work closely with Dr. Batchelder and the clinical research coordinator and assist with study visits, data collection, and data processing. Some of the responsibilities include assisting with setting up and running technology, running research visits, data collection, entry, and cleaning. We are looking for someone with strong and careful attention to details, excellent organization skills, and who is comfortable with technology and learning new software. We also seek good interpersonal communication skills, and comfort working both independently and as part of a team. A Bachelor’s degree and research experience are required for this position. Candidates that have experience with using new software and technology, including MS Office applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook are preferred. This opportunity is excellent for those interested in gaining research experience and considering pursuing a graduate degree in psychology, social sciences/sociology, or affective science. A two day/week commitment for at least 6 months is required (across Mondays, Thursdays, and/or Fridays).

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Undergraduate Internship, Health Administration – Stanford Health

Deadline: March 15, 2020

Join a team of driven health care professionals at an award-winning academic medical center! This 8, 10, or 12-week internship experience is specifically designed for undergraduate students seeking administrative and operations experience in health care. You’ll build relationships across our health care enterprise as you bring solutions to the table. Previous interns have gained valuable experience in everything from innovative digital health systems, patient satisfaction, leading edge technology, human resources and so much more. Our internship program also dedicates time for professional development through lunch n’ learns, social events, and presentations from our practitioners and leaders.

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EarthDNA Ambassador

Deadline: March 7, 2020

You are a hardworking student with a passion for climate change. You want to make a difference, but leading change is difficult.EarthDNA Ambassadors, student leaders who inspire our peers to talk about climate change.Currently, we are seeking six to eight new members. Through weekly, virtual training workshops, all Ambassadors will become skilled in listening, storytelling, negotiating, persuading, and other areas of leadership.

In return, Ambassadors will commit three to five hours per week, including leadership training and educational outreach.

EarthDNA looks forward to working with undergraduate and graduate students who are passionate about climate change and education. Apply by 11:59 PM (EST) on March 7th!

Questions? Email branlesh@mit.edu.

Learn more about the EarthDNA Ambassadors at www.earthdna.org/ambassadors.

Summer Research Internship Program – Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research

Deadline: March 6. 2020

The Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research (IFH) Summer Research Internship Program is designed for undergraduate/graduate students interested in biomedical or social science research. This program is a 10- week internship opportunity for qualified students who would like to gain hands-on, guided and practical experience in a project related to the interdisciplinary areas of research at IFH while being introduced more holistically to research processes and possibilities. The primary goal of this summer internship program is to support junior scholars in a myriad of ways to further their research careers. While IFH represents a variety of research focuses, candidates interested in health disparities in diverse racial/ethnic populations are encouraged to apply.

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Population Campaigner Intern- Center for Biological Diversity

Deadline: March 6, 2020

The Center for Biological Diversity’s Population team creates and manages creative campaigns, outreach projects and educational materials to raise awareness about the impact of human population growth on wildlife and the planet. The intern will work with our Population Campaigner based out of Washington, DC. This paid internship will assist in creating a toolkit to be shared with other environmental groups to help them bring the topic of population and consumption’s impact on habitat and wildlife into their work, campaigns, messaging and strategies. Additional related research, writing and other duties may be assigned as needed.

Main intern duties:

  • Research population messaging in the environmental movement.
  • Create a toolkit outline for environmental groups to address this issue.
  • Compile message testing survey results for input into the toolkit.
  • Interview and gather sample case studies for use in toolkit.
  • Assist in creating resources for the toolkit that help overcome the barriers encountered by environmental groups when working on this topic.
  • Assist in writing the toolkit for use at different events/channels and with different audiences.
  • Write blogs, social media posts and newspaper articles about the resources created.

Areas in which skills and experience will be gained:

  • Working with a national conservation nonprofit
  • Learning about population, consumption and conservation issues
  • Writing for different audiences
  • Project Management

Application process: Please submit a cover letter (including your availability between January 2020 and August 2020), a resume, and references via our website. Start date no earlier than January 21, 2020 but the position will remain open until filled. No telephone calls, please. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

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National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHIP) Policy Associate – Chronic and Vulnerable Populations Team

Deadline: March 6, 2020

The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) seeks a health policy associate for its Chronic and Vulnerable Populations team. The ideal candidate will have experience and a strong interest in state policies related to older adults, long-term care, and/or individuals with disabilities.

NASHP is a nonpartisan forum of policymakers throughout state governments, learning, leading and implementing innovative solutions to health policy challenges. To accomplish our mission we convene state leaders to solve problems and share solutions; conduct policy analyses and research; disseminate information on state policies and programs; and provide technical assistance to states.

Policy associates are lead content experts on issues and topics at the national and state level. They conduct policy research and analysis, assist with project development and management, write policy briefs and other related resources, and work directly with state health policy officials. The successful candidate for this mid-level position will have strong analytic and writing skills and a proven record of being a strong team player. Experience in state health policy is a must; experience in state government is strongly preferred. Applicants with no practical experience in health policy related to elders, long term care and/or individuals living with disabilities will not be considered for this recruitment.

This position is located in NASHP’s Washington, DC office and is not suitable for remote employment.

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Intern-Washington River Protection Solutions

Deadline: March 5, 2020

The Hanford site houses one of the most challenging radioactive waste cleanup projects in the country. Our focus is on reducing the environmental risk posed by 56 million gallons of radioactive and chemical waste. Cleanup is a detailed and demanding mission. The WRPS internship program focuses on meaningful projects/work, mentoring and being part of a team. All disciplines are needed.

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Analyst, Assessment (SPHTM)

Deadline: March 1. 2020

Reporting to the Director of Assessment, the Assessment Analyst advances University assessment efforts, including efforts of both academic programs and administrative units, to support a culture of continuous improvement. To accomplish this, the analyst will work with the Director to serve as an assessment resource for faculty and staff across the university (i.e. educating about developing and identifying objectives, available and appropriate assessment methods, and using the results of the assessments to inform future practices) and will maintain the University academic program and administrative unit electronic assessment records.   With the guidance of the Director, the analyst will be responsible for additional data collection efforts including survey design and administration as well as focus group or interview protocol designs and facilitation. The analyst will follow data collection and validation with appropriate analysis of results and the development of materials to communicate those results in meaningful ways to multiple audiences through summary reports, visualizations, and online interactive data tools. In addition, the analyst will be responsible for supporting the university course evaluation process and the faculty activity reporting system.

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February 2020

Summer College Intern- Bay Area Air Quality Management District

Deadline: February 27, 2020

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (Air District) is a regional government agency, committed to achieving clean air to protect the public’s health and the environment. The Air District accomplishes this goal through regulation of industrial facilities and various outreach and incentive programs designed to encourage clean air choices.
The Air District’s jurisdiction encompasses all of seven counties – Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Napa, and portions of two others – southwestern Solano and southern Sonoma.

Interns may perform work that is directly related to their academic field or in their selected Division/Office. 
The District is currently accepting applications for the position of Intern in the several Divisions/Offices.

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2020 Dean for Medical Education’s Academy for Research, Clincial, and Health Equity Scholarship (ARCHES) Program

Deadline: February 24, 2020

Georgetown University School of Medicine would like to invite rising juniors and rising seniors to apply to be part of our fourth cohort of fellows for the 2020 Dean for Medical Education’s Academy for Research, Clinical, and Health Equity Scholarship (ARCHESprogram at Georgetown School of Medicine.   Spend your summer shadowing physicians, engaging in independent research, and discussing health equity in the Washington DC area.  

Find out more on the website here 

CDCF Internship, Advancement Department-CDC Foundation

Deadline: February 17, 2020

The CDC Foundation Internship Program offers educational work opportunities to students in undergraduate and graduate programs across a variety of fields including public health, communications, public administration, advancement and fundraising, and internal operations. Interns are able to gain practical experience by engaging in projects and tasks that contribute to their professional and educational development.
The CDC Foundation seeks an undergraduate or Masters level intern to support the Advancement Emergency Response team with key written components of an Advancement Emergency Response playbook and other necessary Advancement duties as assigned. 

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2020-2021 Continuing Care Leadership Coalition Fellowship 

Deadline: February 17, 2020

ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Continuing Care Leadership Coalition (CCLC) Fellowship Program is a health care
management experience designed to provide a “first job” experience for college graduates, and is supported by CCLC and its members. The program is a year-long, paid experience during which Fellows are mentored by senior management staff at CCLC member organizations to gain firsthand experience with operations and management issues in long term care organizations.

PURPOSE
The program seeks to develop a pathway for top-notch college graduates to experience working in the field of long term care, to understand the challenges of caring for older and disabled individuals, and to develop a passion for the field through a coordinated program at CCLC organizations.

ELIGIBILITY
Applicants applying for this program for the 2020-21 year must meet the following criteria:

• Must be a graduate as of Spring 2020 or recent graduate before that date

• Must have a strong academic record of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale

• Must show a sincere interest in a career in health care management

• Must demonstrate excellence in extracurricular and community service activities

• Must be a US citizen or hold a permanent resident visa

Only first-time participants will be considered for the program.

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Occupational Health Internship Program

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The Stone Center’s Foreign Language and Area Studies(FLAS) 

Deadline: February 14, 2020

FLAS fellowships are available to undergraduate and graduate students to study the less commonly taught languages of Latin America, most often Portuguese, Kaqchikel Maya, Haitian Creole, and other indigenous Latin American languages such as Yucatec Maya, K’iche’ Maya, Nahuatl, Quechua among others.  Funded through Title VI legislation, the goal of the FLAS fellowship program is train students to reach advanced levels of proficiency in the less commonly taught languages of a world region, ours being Latin America.  Summer FLAS fellowships are primarily granted for students to study with our Summer in Brazil: Portuguese Language & Culture and the Mayan Language Institute in Guatemala: Intensive Language & Culture Program in K’iche’ and Kaqchikel Maya. Students can also apply to other intensive language programs for languages not offered at Tulane University, the most comprehensive list can be found on the Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs Language Committee page.

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Research Assistant II-Yale Haven Hospital

Deadline: February 12, 2020

To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values – integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion – must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.

EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran Responsibilities

  • 1. Conducts systematic, complex library literature searches and environmental scans, reviews abstracts/full text articles for inclusion in study, assists with abstraction of articles and prepares summary report.
  • 2. Assists with preparation of deliverables and final reports including drafting, reviewing, editing and formatting to ensure high quality products for public reporting and dissemination using a variety of software packages including MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Project, MS PowerPoint, MSVisio, etc. Assists Project Managers in completing deliverables on time.
  • 3. Compiles and formats summary figures/tables from SAS or other statistical programs and crosswalks data from multiple sources with a high degree of accuracy. Creates summary reports, generates graphics, and prepares presentations and reports.
  • 4. Assists with conducting or coordinating meetings, prepares agendas, summarizes highly technical meetings, and tracks action items.
  • 5. Works collaboratively with a highly technical team comprised of principal investigators, physicians, statisticians, project managers, and other stakeholders to distill information and support the accurate and clear oral and written deliverables and communication with external organizations.

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January 2020

UCLA Public Health Scholars Training Program

Deadline: Jan 31, 2020

THE UCLA PUBLIC HEALTH SCHOLARS TRAINING PROGRAM PROVIDES UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLORE THE FIELD OF PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH HANDS-ON TRAINING, STRUCTURED WORKSHOPS, GROUP EXCURSIONS, AND LEADERSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT. LOCATED IN LOS ANGELES, THE PROGRAM OFFERS SCHOLARS THE OPPORTUNITY TO TRAIN AT UCLA, TO EXPLORE PUBLIC HEALTH IN ONE OF THE MOST DIVERSE COUNTIES IN THE US, AND TO EXPERIENCE THE CITY’S VIBRANT CULTURE.

Find out more on website: Here

Maternal Child Health Careers/Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement

Deadline: Jan 31, 2020

THE MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH CAREERS/RESEARCH INITIATIVES FOR STUDENT ENHANCEMENT (MCHC/RISE-UP) PROGRAM PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENHANCED PUBLIC HEALTH AND RELATED TRAINING TO ELIMINATE HEALTH DISPARITIES AND PROMOTE HEALTH EQUITY. THIS PROGRAM’S ULTIMATE GOAL IS TO PROMOTE A MORE DIVERSIFIED AND EQUAL HEALTH SYSTEM BY INTRODUCING HIGHLY QUALIFIED UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS (JUNIORS AND, SENIORS WITH A GPA 2.5 OR BETTER ON A 4.0 SCALE; AND STUDENTS WHO RECEIVED THEIR BACCALAUREATE DEGREE WITHIN 12 MONTHS OF MCHC/RISE-UP PROGRAM ORIENTATION) FROM UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS TO THE FIELD OF PUBLIC HEALTH. ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN ADDRESSING HEALTH DISPARITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

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Project IMHOTEP Summer Research (Morehouse College-Public Health Institue) Internships

Deadline: Jan 31, 2020

PROJECT IMHOTEP IS AN ELEVEN-WEEK INTERNSHIP DESIGNED TO INCREASE THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS OF RISING JUNIORS AND SENIORS AND RECENT GRADUATES OF AN UNDERGRADUATE INSTITUTION IN BIOSTATISTICS, EPIDEMIOLOGY, AND OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH. APPLICANTS MUST BE CURRENT JUNIORS, SENIORS, OR RECENT GRADUATES (WITHIN ONE YEAR) OF AN UNDERGRADUATE INSTITUTION.

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Future Public Health Leaders Program (University of Michigan School of Public Health)

Deadline: Jan 31

A RIGOROUS 10-WEEK SUMMER PROGRAM DESIGNED TO PREPARE UNDERREPRESENTED, CULTURALLY SENSITIVE, UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS FOR LEADERSHIP ROLES IN THE FIELD OF PUBLIC HEALTH. A PRINCIPAL AIM OF THE PROGRAM IS REDUCING HEALTH DISPARITIES.

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Columbia University Summer Public Health Scholars

Deadline: Jan 31

THE PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR UNDERGRADUATES IN THEIR SOPHOMORE OR JUNIOR YEAR AND RECENT BACCALAUREATE DEGREE STUDENTS WHO ARE UNDECIDED ABOUT THEIR CAREER GOALS AND WHO HAVE A MINIMUM GPA OF 2.7. THIS IS A RIGOROUS PROGRAM WHICH INCLUDES PUBLIC HEALTH COURSE WORK AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY; HANDS-ON FIELD EXPERIENCE AND IMMERSION IN A DIVERSE, ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED URBAN ENVIRONMENT; SEMINARS AND LECTURES WITH PUBLIC HEALTH LEADERS; AND MENTORING BY FACULTY MEMBERS, ENSURING STUDENTS’ EXPOSURE TO THE BREADTH AND IMPORTANCE OF PUBLIC HEALTH AS A CAREER OPTION.

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Cancer Prevention Research Training Program

Application Period: November 1. 2019 – January 16, 2020 The Cancer Prevention Research Training Program (CPRTP) Summer Research Experience is a paid internship designed to provide research experience and mentoring for undergraduate, graduate and health profession students interested in cancer prevention research. Through our National Cancer Institute (NCI) funded “Cancer Prevention Education: Student Research Experiences” (R25 CA056452, Dr. Shine Chang, Principal Investigator) training grant, we created this experience, which is one of a series of programs within the MD Anderson Summer Experience.   This research is supported by a curriculum of educational and career development activities. Through these activities, students will learn about current and innovative topics in cancer prevention at seminars, explore the possibility of a career in science, and get to know other MD Anderson summer students with similar interests. Under the guidance of a matched faculty mentor, summer trainees will collaborate full-time on an independent research project and receive additional mentoring by a research staff of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, research assistants and laboratory technicians.

The CPRTP Summer Research Experience program offers:

  • 10 paid weeks of mentored cancer prevention related research in a broad range of areas
  • Career development activities
  • Training in elevator speech skills and scientific posters
  • Discussion groups and more

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Public Health Institute Health Research Intern

Deadline: January 1, 2020 

Location: Oakland, California  The Center for Connected Health Policy is hiring an Intern for a 3-month limited-term position.   Essential Duties & Responsibilities • Research for new studies that fall into the above categories; critical analysis of telehealth studies found; categorization of research studies previously found by CCHP; assist in the design and construction of Telehealth policy research catalog; creation of a PowerPoint presentation that speaks to the research catalog project. • Perform other duties as assigned.   Minimum Qualifications • Currently enrolled in a Undergraduate program (Junior or above) or Graduate Degree Program • Interest and Background in Research • Health Policy and/or Healthcare knowledge • Familiarity with publication databases • Critical analysis skills • Excellent writing and communication skills • Familiarity with Adobe Illustrator and/or Publisher. • Attention to detail

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