Internships and Jobs

Ochsner Catalyst-Summer College Administrative Internship Program 


The purpose of the Catalyst—Summer Internship is to provide undergraduate students with direct one-on-one mentorship and hands-on experience to assist in enhancing their knowledge of healthcare. In addition, identify important skill sets needed to be successful in the healthcare field. This program will focus on time management, data analysis, and project management, amongst other leadership skills.

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Allergen Reduction and Child Health Study (ARCHS)-Department of Epidemiology Tulane University School of Public Health 

The ARCHS study team in the Department of Epidemiology is seeking highly motivated,
enthusiastic, and organized research assistants to fill several positions. Students with epidemiology training or with an interest in community or environmental health are strongly encouraged to apply.
ARCHS is a Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) funded study focusing on home based allergen reduction strategies to improve asthma outcomes in children. ARCHS is a 2-arm intervention trial looking at the effects of a single versus multi-component allergen reduction strategy to improve asthma morbidity in children. Field and office-based positions are available.
Candidates for field-based research positions should be willing and able to travel in the Greater New Orleans area to perform home visits. Data collection will include environmental and biologic assessments and administering survey questionnaires.
Candidates with experience working in health education in a community setting are desired for field positions. Candidates for office-based assistants are needed to collect outcome data via telephone interviews, to schedule home visits, to perform data management activities, and other study-based activities as

The anticipated start date for the positions are January 2020.
If interested, please send a resumé and cover letter to:
Derek Werthmann


2020-2021 Continuing Care Leadership Coalition Fellowhsip 

Deadline: February 17, 2020

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.

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.

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.

Find out more on website here 


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 

Ariadne Labs 2020 Summer Internship Program- Ariadne Labs , Boston, MD

Deadline: January 6, 2019

Ariadne Labs is seeking rising undergraduate college seniors and recent undergraduate college graduates to join our 2020 Summer Internship Program. This 10 week program will run from early June, 2020 until mid- August, 2020.
All interested candidates must submit a resume and a statement of purpose for consideration (please submit as one PDF file).  Applications are due no later than January 6, 2020.  Should you be selected, live interviews will take place in February and offers will be extended by March 30, 2020.
To apply please click here. 


Student Research Assistant-LSUHSC

Deadline: December 26, 2019

This is a paid part-time position with the Center for Healthcare Value and Equity at LSUHSC-NO. This position will support programming and research related to community health worker (CHW) workforce development. CHWs are a unique workforce who promote health equity through education, outreach, service coordination, and individual and community capacity building.
The student research assistant will support development of educational materials for community health workers, healthcare providers and additional stakeholders and support strategic web-based and social media communications. The research assistant will also take part in data collection and cleaning, organizing data for reporting and publications, and may assist in preparing manuscripts and publication materials.
Find out more on wedsite here 


Public Health Epidemiologist Technician 1- Louisiana Department of Health 

Deadline: December 5, 2019

Differs from Public Health Epidemiologist Technician 2 by functioning in a training capacity with the absence of independent responsibility.
Differs from Public Health Epidemiologist by the absence of independence in conducting epidemiological activities and the absence of independence in using technical tools of epidemiology, such as; study design and statistics.
Find out more on website here


Development Manager- The Black Aids Instititue

The HIV/AIDS epidemic is not over, especially in Black communities. Would you like to be a part of the solution? The Black AIDS Institute is looking for a self-motivated Development Manager who is able to flourish in an unapologetically Black environment while helping to confront HIV/AIDS.
The Development Manager is an essential part of the Black AIDS Institute’s development team. This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position responsible for assisting in fundraising efforts and processing all grants and contracts throughout their lifecycle. From pre to post award, the Development Manager, will ensure proper due diligence and compliance. This position will develop processes to ensure a streamlined workflow – from pre-approval through grant closure – and for communicating grant information to development, program, and finance staff. Duties involve fundraising research, extensive record keeping with attention to accuracy and regulatory compliance, as well as the ability to envision, recommend, and implement process improvements. The position requires someone who is comfortable in a dynamic environment with both analytical thinking and implementation of detail.
The ideal candidate must have a demonstrated commitment to anti-oppression work that fights for the core values of social justice and equal representation, as well as thrive in an unapologetically Black work environment. Some travel, weekend and evening hours will be required.
Find out more on website here 

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

Apply Here 


UCLA Public Health Scholars Training Program

Deadline: Jan 31


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Maternal Child Health Careers/Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement

Deadline: Jan 31


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

Deadline: Jan 31


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

Deadline: Jan 31


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Columbia University Summer Public Health Scholars

Deadline: Jan 31


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Spring 2020 OEPER Internship Application

Deadline: November 26, 2019 at 5om CST

The Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response Internship application for the Spring 2020 semester is now open! All Tulane undergraduate and graduate/professional students with interest in emergency management and business continuity are encouraged to apply!

Application link:

Please direct any internship-related questions


ALSAC Summer 2020 Internships-Multiple Location (Paid)

  • As a Field Development Intern with ALSAC, you will learn from experts who have helped us become one of America’s top healthcare charities while supporting the life-saving mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
  • ALSAC hosts thousands of fundraising events across the country every year, and we’re tasked with making each one a memorable and fun experience for the hundreds of thousands of donors and supporters who attend. With more than 30 regional offices located in U.S. major markets, we bring the mission of St. Jude to local communities. During your internship, you will get hands-on experience working with our amazing Field teams on events such as Walk/Run, Gala events or other fundraisers.
  • You’ll become an integral team member while generating ideas, developing strategies and finding solutions to help raise funds and awareness for children battling cancer and other life-threatening diseases.  You can also take advantage of professional development opportunities, build your resume and create memories of a lifetime while making a difference in the lives of others.

Our Program and How To Apply: 

  • This application is for Summer 2020 Field Development internships at our Regional Offices
  • We offer part-time paid internships (20 hours per week) each semester
  • Intern candidates that meet the minimum requirements will receive a questionnaire to gather more information on location and internship interest.
  • Don’t wait- we will begin interviewing candidates in September so apply online today!

Find out more on website: Here 


Univ. of Michigan Future Public Health Leaders Program-Summer Internship

Deadline: January 31, 2020

The University of Michigan Future Public Health Leaders Program (Michigan FPHLP) is a 10-week residential program at the University of Michigan School of Public Health (Michigan Public Health) designed to encourage underrepresented college students to consider careers in public health. Students are not required to have previous experience in public health.
Participants receive leadership training, orientation to the public health disciplines, and real-world work experience. The program is meant to foster knowledge of, excitement about, and commitment to health equity. The program includes public health and career mentorship, hands-on and practical field experience, seminars, lectures and workshops with public health leaders.
Program Dates: May 26 – July 29, 2019
The program includes:
Orientation to public health at University of Michigan School of Public Health
1-week at the CDC in Atlanta, GA
On-campus housing
Round trip transportation from your home to Ann Arbor, MI
Opportunities to meet, interact and engage with diverse public health practitioners and faculty
Engaged mentorship to guide you in the field of public health, public health careers, and the graduate school application process
Field experience and hands-on learning in community-based organizations, governmental health organizations, health systems, and research
Public health career exploration
Group learning at the School of Public Health that will include seminars, lectures, and workshops.
Find out more on website: Here


Spring/Summer 2020 Intern- Top Box

Top Box Foods engages with community leaders, partners, and volunteers to make healthy, affordable food accessible to all. We work to promote food security through two different programs: the Makin’ Groceries Program and the Healthy Corner Store Collaborative.
Internship commitment is 60 hours for the summer. This is an unpaid internship, but please check with your school to see if you can receive class credit, as many students have received credit in the past. Please submit the following application through this online form by September 19. Contact us with your questions at


Health Career Connections Summer 2020 Internship


  • Summer internships are full time (40 hours/week) for 10 consecutive weeks, typically beginning in May or June and lasting through August (dependent on the academic calendar).
  • Interns will be provided with educational stipends of $3200-$4200 or hired and paid by their host organizations on their intern pay scale.
  • Interns will attend multiple workshops and events throughout the summer to enhance their career and professional development and preparation for graduate school.
  • HCC does not offer clinically focused placements or bench science research internships. However, pre-clinical or STEM students interested in exploring other health career options and/or gaining exposure and experience in the management, policy, public health and community health aspects of the health field are welcome to apply.

Find out more on the website: Here 


Policy Intern-Harvard Innovation Lab Non-Profit Mnetal Health Startup, Allston, MA

Deadline: November 28, 2019

General responsibilities

  • Working as part of a single or range of teams which could including conducting policy and legislation research at the federal, state, university and high-school policy level, attending meetings at the State House and Federal district offices and overall – ensuring Ignite is able to effectively educate, lobby and hold relevant decision makers accountable.
  • Actively learning on the job and diving into new areas where you may have little expertise in
  • Learning from mistakes and failed projects (you’ll be wearing a lot of hats)
  • Amplify the efforts of our executive team (CEO, COO, VPs) and help implement our vision
  • Own the mission of our organization and wear whatever “hat” is necessary to achieve OKR’s!
  • Role specific responsibilities are dependent on the team you are matched with and can be discussed further during in-person interviews. Ignite is a fast growing startup and our internships are most definitely not like traditional (big company) internships, so be warned that position titles don’t equate to traditional job responsibilities – things change quickly here, as to could your role!


  • Deeply passionate about helping transform mental health
  • Growth mindset, hungry to learn and develop a sense of ‘extreme ownership’, not afraid of taking risks or failure
  • Comfortable being pushed outside of your comfort zone in a true startup (sometimes chaotic) environment; wearing any hat needed (aka pivoting to new outcomes and roles and responsibilities in different functional areas outside of your initial functional areas based on changes in the startup’s priorities – it’s a rollercoaster of a journey!)
  • Great navigator or open to learning FAST: constantly testing hypothesis, iterating and developing approaches to achieve outcomes
  • Personable: highly empathetic, comfortable interfacing with people on sensitive topics
  • Relentless learner: you want to maximize your experience with us and learn as much as you can
  • Be honest, transparent and high-integrity
Find out more on website: Here

Staff Analyst- Divsion of Disease Prevention and Control, Houston TX

November 15, 2019

The Houston Health Department has an exciting opportunity for a Staff Analyst, in the Disease and Control Prevention Division. The selected candidate will perform the following duties along with other duties as assigned:
  • Serve as lead quality assurance/improvement coordinator for the Division of Disease Prevention and Control (including areas of informatics, epidemiology, laboratory, public health preparedness, tuberculosis control, and HIV/STD prevention).
  • Oversee coordination of data collection, designs and performs programmatic evaluation, and conducts quality assurance/improvement activities.
  • Develop strategies for continuous quality improvement.
  • Determine strategies to monitor and evaluate effectiveness and quality of policies and programs.
  • Monitor operating procedures by conducting audits and assuring compliance with established Health Department and grant-specific quality assurance guidelines.
  • Develop and monitor adherence to standard operating procedures to ensure high quality data.
  • Conduct data quality assurance activities and provides reports with recommendations for improvement based on these results.
  • Evaluate statistical and administrative reports to determine problem areas and provide program direction to program staff for a resolution.
  • Develop technological solutions and systems for continuous improvement of programs. Uses technological solutions to collect, store, and retrieve data.
  • Participate in evaluation and design of work flow, processes, various operations systems, etc. and create recommendations to improve performance.
  • Handle confidential information.
  • Perform data storage and de-identification procedures in accordance with institutional and national policies to ensure maintenance of confidentiality and privacy.
  • Compile data, produces information and interprets results through conclusion or recommendation formulation.
  • Analyze and evaluates programmatic public health data. Presents findings and compiles reports for review by the supervisor or manager.
  • Complete special projects as assigned, working on a wide variety of financial, administrative, professional, management and community issues and problems of medium complexity.
  • Represent supervisor at meetings and functions generally to gather information. Communicates with community members and internal/external stakeholders on data-related topics.

Find out more on the website: Here 


Operations Intern-Ready Responders

What You’ll Do
  • Assist Managers in day-to-day coordination and management of operational activities
  • QA and reconcile reporting to ensure accuracy
  • Help in coordination of team meetings, setting agendas and booking conference rooms
  • Assist in preparing materials and resources for employees
  • Engage in meaningful relationships with management, including open discussion, honest feedback, and a strong support system


Media and Outreach Administrative Intern- Eden House 

The Media and Outreach Intern is responsible for managing all social media and external media accounts and contacts associated with Eden Hose. Individual will be responsible for researching and posting relevant and interesting articles related to Eden House, the population we serve, and our mission on social media. Intern will also be responsible for contacting media sources with events or interviews to publish in various mediums. As needed, this intern will be tasked with updating and designing any brochures, fact sheets, reports, etc. for distribution to service providers, donors, and guests of Eden House. Intern may be responsible for attending outreach events at fairs or assisting our Executive Director at speaking events. Find out more on website here


Administrative Intern- Eden House 

November 25, 2019

The Administrative Intern is responsible for various administrative tasks that arise on a daily and weekly basis at Eden House. Some of these tasks will be regular such as newsletter monitoring for conferences and workshops, biweekly tour preparation and follow up (photocopying, video display, collecting tour cards, inputting information received on tours, tour attendee follow up, etc), and general work in our database. Other tasks will be more sporadic in nature such as various project preparation, especially regarding conferences and/or speaking events as well as various errands.  This position may also be responsible for some research projects and preparing reports on the results of those projects. Find out more on website here


Development Intern- Eden House 

The Development Intern will support the Executive Director in organizing and implementing a fundraising or marketing campaign.  The Intern will participate in all major activities related to fundraising and marketing, including information gathering and research of potential funders and funding organizations, the creation of materials and messaging, organizing focus groups, soliciting donors, communicating with vendors and donors, and training interns. Find out more on website here


Resident Support Intern- Eden House 

The Resident Support Intern is responsible for assisting the Program Staff with various resident needs.  This may involve driving or accompanying residents to their various appointments and supporting them while there.  Based on the residents’ needs and interests, the Intern will also research and prepare possible activity calendars and create programming for the residents to participate in (wellness, healthy shopping/eating, gardening, etc).  The Intern will also help the program staff with administrative responsibilities, such as the weekly phone log, record filings, and reports.  Find out more on website here


Development Specialist, American Red Cross Louisiana

Deadline: November 30

Understands and utilizes multiple data and reporting systems to access data and reports to support the development team. Coordinates gift processing for the region and ensures gift processing procedures are followed and understood which can include collaborating with the business operations ensure accurate execution of check processing and bundling procedures. Reviews gift reports to identify needed gift adjustments and/or gift linking requests to support accuracy of regional revenue and fundraiser credit per the national credit guidelines. Coordinates data hygiene updates to support the quality of data in the CRM and other data systems including creating new accounts, requesting account merges and making other needed updates in the CRM and/or requesting updates through submission of data support cases.  Supports portfolio updates in CRM by transferring accounts/contacts to the appropriate relationship manager as determined by regional leadership. Ensures portfolios are reflected in CRM per the approved portfolio for each role as defined by regional and divisional leadership. Inactivate and add new accounts in Salesforce as directed by regional leadership. Understands and analyzes key national reports.  Assists regional leadership in analyzing regional activity and performance. Provides data to regional development leadership to support operational reviews and other initiatives as directed. Monitors upcoming and past due solicitations and gifts and proactively shares information to regional development team to ensure data is updated appropriately. Utilizes the CRM (Salesforce FRF) platform to support fundraising leadership and field fundraisers. Assists with onboarding of new fundraisers in the region and serves as the primary systems trainer for new hires. Educates the users on new functionality and/or changes in the CRM. Provides ongoing training to regional development team on CRM and other development data systems/reports. Serves as the liaison to key national contacts for the CRM, other data systems, gift processing and research through a relationship with the national Data Manager assigned to region and other national contacts as needed. Supports tracking large budgeted monthly gifts, as reflected in the revenue budget to support regional forecasting. Support volunteers who perform data entry and data-related projects for regional development team. Find out more on the website: Here


Buisness Analyst, Ochsner Health Network

Deadline: November 23

This job, under moderate supervision, provides business analysis and operations support to the particular area of the business they support. Responsible for maintenance and accuracy of key provider and network data, including but not limited to, provider, practice, and payor roster updates. Elicits and documents stakeholder requirements and communicates to business and technical teams. Creates and enforces data governance standards. Serves as a liaison between OHN, payors, and CIN Partners. Supports network stakeholders in utilizing software and tools through sharing of best practices and training. Responds to ad hoc reporting, analysis, and project support requests and answers questions from users and business stakeholders. Find out more on the website: Here


Health Policy Content Writer – Avalere

Avalere Health is a strategic advisory company whose core purpose is to create innovative solutions to complex healthcare problems. Based in Washington, DC, the firm delivers actionable insights, product solutions, and custom analytics for leaders in healthcare business and policy.

The primary responsibility of the Health Policy Content Writer is to track policy developments and trends relevant to client interests and create content for our Policy 360 product. Content spans a broad range of healthcare issues, including federal legislative activity, Medicare coverage and payment policies, the shift to value-based care, and reimbursement and financing of new medicines. Interested candidates should have demonstrated interest in healthcare policy, be able to meet quick turnaround deadlines, and have a broad interest in policy content at the federal level. While not required, a background in federal legislative and regulatory processes and Medicare payment systems is strongly preferred. Find out more on the website: Here


Duke Global Policy in Geneva Fellows Program 

Deadline: November 18, 2019

The Duke Global Policy (DGP) Program in Geneva, Switzerland | Webinar: October 25th @12pm EST – details below
Overview: The DGP Program connects students with highly-competitive international summer internship opportunities while providing access to top-policy practitioners and experts through a 3.0 credit applied learning course (also available through our course-only program). The Program is ideal for students interested in public policy, global health, sustainable development, environmental policy, humanitarian action, and multilateralism. Students typically intern at United Nations agencies (i.e. WHO, WTO, etc.) or certain large Geneva-based non-profits. Candidates should be highly motivated, and possess strong research and writing skills. Find out more on the website:

National Envrionment Public Health Internship Program

NEHA is offering an internship program for environmental health students for summer 2020. The purpose of this internship is to allow students to gain a firsthand perspective on the day-to-day responsibilities of environmental health professionals, make invaluable connections with those working in the field, and encourage students to consider careers working in local, state, or tribal environmental health departments following graduation.
Thanks to funding from CDC, the program will support environmental health student internships and provide a base stipend of $6,000 for undergraduate and $8000 for a 10-week internship through NEHA to cover lodging, food, and incidental expenses. Find out more on the website:


HPV Coordinator -Acadiana Cares 

Acadiana CARES, in conjunction with the Louisiana Office of Public Health, Immunization Program is currently seeking an individual to work with the program to improve HPV immunization rates and raise awareness of HPV in areas across the State of Louisiana. This position is based in New Orleans, and travels to various parts of the state. The incumbent meets with healthcare providers to initiate quality improvement approaches that increase HPV immunization rates and disease control objectives. He/she also reaches out to schools, and universities as well as local and state civic groups and private organizations to solicit their cooperation and support for the Immunization program activities. An integral part of this person’s responsibility is to promote assessment, feedback, and information exchange among all vaccine providers. Find out more on the website: Here


CDC Quarantine Public Health Preparedness and Response Fellowship

Deadline: October 21, 2019 pm Eastern Time Zone

A research opportunity is currently available with the Quarantine and Border Health Services Branch (QBHSB), Division of Global Mitigation and Quarantine (DGMQ), within the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The selected participant will be placed in a CDC Quarantine Station field location under the mentorship of an on-site Quarantine Medical Officer.
The participant will be provided with educational opportunities involving the protection of the US from global disease threats. The participant will receive training on: 1) the introduction and spread of communicable diseases; 2) federal, state, territorial, and industry partnerships; 3) public health regulations; and 4) public health at international borders. The participant will increase analytical skills and critical thinking while learning about communicable diseases impacting globally mobile populations and receiving training on public health policy.
The participant will learn about Public Health Service laws, regulations, policies and procedures applicable to the control of communicable diseases relating to the international and interstate movements of persons, personal effects, animals and cargo. As part of their on-going learning program, the participant will be asked to engage with both scientific and programmatic staff at CDC, partners across the federal government, and state and local public health officials and preparedness programs to enhance this educational experience. Fine out more on the website:

Infectious Disease Internship- Spring 2020-Louisiana Department of Health

IDEpi seeks students that will work closely with the staffed epidemiologists to study
and analyze the distribution of infectious diseases in Louisiana. IDEpi collects and maintains statistics on infectious diseases in Louisiana, investigates outbreaks of diseases, and provides consultation to healthcare providers, other agencies, and the general public on the prevention of infectious diseases.
To apply: Please submit the Infectious Disease Internship Program Application (found in Handshake – Career Center – Resources) and curriculum vitae to the Program Coordinator, Julius Tonzel, at from a university email address. If you have any issues finding the application, contact Abby Lukens at Find out more on the website:

Title V Maternal and Child Health Program Coordinator (SPHTM)-Louisiana Department of Health

The Office of Public Health (OPH) – Bureau of Family Health (BFH), through Southeast Louisiana Area Health Education Center, is seeking to fill a full-time contract position as Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Program Coordinator. This contract position includes a comprehensive benefits package. This position will report directly to the Title V Strategy Manager. We desire an employee who is extremely organized and meticulous with details and possesses excellent interpersonal skills to join our team. The Title V MCH Program Coordinator will assist the Title V Strategy Manager with the facilitation of the comprehensive 5-year needs assessment and ongoing needs assessment activities, the implementation of the state action plan, monitoring key performance and outcome measures, and the timely completion of the MCH Block Grant Application/Annual Report. This federal block grant is awarded to states to improve the health and well-being of mothers, infants, children and youth, including children and youth with special health care needs and their families. Find out more on the website:


Senior Impact Specialist (SPHTM)- Propeller 

Deadline: November 15, 2019

The (Senior) Impact Specialist will be responsible for the conceptualization and implementation of evaluation systems, ensuring Propeller can accurately, efficiently, and ethically gather and distribute data. The (Senior) Impact Specialist coordinates the execution and refinement of Propeller’s monitoring and evaluation plan, supporting the programs team in the collection of high-quality data in order to effectively report on our impact as an organization and evaluate the success and opportunities for improvement. The (Senior) Impact Specialist will also be responsible for curating our data collection systems and reporting on our impact both internally and externally. This person will report to the Senior Director of Impact and Operations. Find more detail on the website:


CDC Influenza Vaccine and Viral Evaluation Fellowship 

Deadline: November 15, 2019, by 3 pm Eastern Time Zone

Two research opportunities are currently available within the Influenza Division (ID), Virology, Surveillance and Diagnosis Branch, of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The Molecular Epidemiology Team (MET) within the Virology, Surveillance and Diagnosis Branch conducts comprehensive characterization of influenza viruses, including antigenic and antiviral susceptibility analyses. The MET conducts research studies on the mechanisms of antigenic drift of seasonal and zoonotic influenza viruses, with emphasis on neuraminidase and on the mechanisms of antiviral resistance. A multidisciplinary approach is applied using genetics, virology, molecular biology, biochemistry, epidemiology and bioinformatics.
The selected participant will be involved with research and development efforts to improve the current knowledge of the mechanisms of antigenic drift in the neuraminidase, the selection of vaccine candidates, and evaluation of neuraminidase properties in various influenza vaccines. The research studies are to be conducted on seasonal and zoonotic influenza viruses to improve public health countermeasures and pandemic preparedness.  Find more details on the website:


Critical Language Scholarship

Deadline: November 19, 2019, by 8:00 pm

We are pleased to announce that the application for the 2020 Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is now open! American undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to apply now to learn a critical foreign language next summer on a fully-funded study abroad program.

The CLS Program is an intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program for American students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities. Students spend eight to ten weeks abroad studying one of 15 critical languages. The program includes intensive language instruction and structured cultural enrichment experiences designed to promote rapid language gains.

CLS, a program of the U.S. Department of State, is part of a wider government initiative to expand the number of Americans studying and mastering foreign languages that are critical to national security and economic prosperity. CLS plays an important role in preparing students for the 21st century’s globalized workforce and increasing national competitiveness. Find more details on website:



MedServe, a 2-year service-learning fellowship for recent graduates interested in health careers, especially pre-med and pre-PA students. MedServe is recruiting its 5th class of Fellows and we would appreciate your help sharing our program with students at your school who may be interested in the Fellowship.
MedServe places future healthcare professionals in “rock star” primary care clinics across rural and other medically underserved communities in North Carolina. Fellows work in both a clinical role (e.g. as a medical assistant) and community role (e.g. as a health coach). We currently have 51 Fellows serving across the state. Find more details on our website:
Our Early Bird application opens today, October 1, 2019, and is available on our website!
Public Halth In Columbia: Acadmic Summer Program 
The 2020 Public Health in Columbia course will be taught at Universidad de Los Andes, in Bogota, Columbia. Run as a partnership between the school of Government and the School of Medicine, the course will provide students with a unique opportunity to explore the post-conflict situation in Columbia, and learn about the healthcare system and access to healthcare provision within the country.
A Full Scholarship is available to the value of $3,900 USD, as well as several smaller travel bursaries. Applications for the 2020 Public Health Scholarship are open until Friday December 13, 2019 12 PM CST. The final selection will be made by an academic board from Universidad de Los Andes. Red Tree Study will announce the scholarship recipients on or before Friday January 24, 2020.
Students will work with communities affected by the conflict, as well as hearing from internal and external refugees to discuss their specific public health needs and challenges, and to design appropriate solutions. Find out more details on the website

Public Policy and International Affairs Summer Program (PPA)

Deadline: November 1, 2019

Multiple Locations 

The PPIA Junior Summer Institute (JSI) Fellowship Program is a rigorous academic graduate-level preparation program for undergraduate juniors committed to public service careers.

This fully-funded opportunity equips fellows with the knowledge and skills they will need to succeed in graduate school and ultimately, in influential roles serving the public good. Once a student has successfully completed their JSI, they join an alumni network of more than 4,000 leaders. In addition to the opportunities that this network provides for mentoring and career development, our alumni network has the opportunity to receive financial support for their graduate school education if they attend one of the programs in our Graduate School Consortium. Find out more here


Association of Public Health Laboratories Infectious Disease Intern
Deadline: December  1, 2019
Location: Silver Spring, Maryland 

APHL seeks two, highly motivated interns for work with the Infectious Disease program. The Intern within the Infectious Diseases (ID) Program will be responsible for providing administrative and coordination support to the Infectious Diseases team, as well as for working with an assigned staff mentor to pursue independent, short-term projects. The intern will handle multiple assignments, both in a support role as well as independently. Find out more here


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
Please click here to learn more and apply

Cigna Managed Care Rotational Program(MCRP) 

This two-year program is a phenomenal opportunity for recent grads/those graduating in May 2020 (either undergrad or masters) who are seeking cross-functional business experience in the healthcare sector.
The MCRP experience consists of 3-4 rotations (6-10 months each) across Cigna’s Government Business Segment – think Medicare Advantage, supplemental plans, individual/family plans on the exchange, etc. The program has professional development programming, mentorship, and networking opportunities with senior leadership across the organization.
Please click here to learn more and apply!

Summer Internship and December Grad Opportunities 

Associate at Consulting Firm – Dec. 2019 Grads, Health Care Program Advisors, Marietta, GA,  Deadline: September 20th

Healthcare Management Program Internship – Summer 2020, Northwell Health, Various Locations in NY,  Deadline: November 11th 

Healthcare Innovation Internship, Ohana Health, Various Locations, Deadline: December 27th 


NOLA Ready Volunteer and Intern Opportunities
Interested in doing more to help your community? We’ve got lots of opportunities for volunteers with a range of skills.


Intern Position with the Louisiana Breastfeeding Coalition

Looking for someone to assist with administrative work for the Louisiana Breastfeeding Coalition’s Workplace Breastfeeding Support Program.


  • Must be available for approximately 4 hours per week, but the timing is flexible, and the work can be done at home.
  • Pay is $12/hour
  • Needs to be able to communicate clearly verbally and in writing, and pay attention to detail
  • Must have a computer, as the work includes using Excel and Access
  • Access to transportation for occasional meetings about 10 minutes from campus is preferred

If interested, Please contact Caitrin Alb at with your name, year at Tulane, major, and a sentence about why your are interested.


Scholarship Opportunities

LOUISIANA BROWNFIELDS ASSOCIATION – Scholarship funds to attend the Conference in Los Angeles in December

Application Deadline: September 30

The LBA Scholarship is available to all students actively enrolled in undergraduate, graduate, or job-training programs in an environmental or related field in the state of Louisiana. This award is intended for individuals who are planning a career in the environmental industry to be used for attendance at an industry-related conference or training opportunity with the intention of introducing the successful scholarship recipient to industry professionals and career options. More information is available here.

Jim Mintz Memorial Conference Scholarship Application

Application Deadline: Sunday, September 1, 2019

Social Marketing Association of North America is accepting applications for the 2019 North American Social Marketing Conference taking place in Ottawa, Canada October 1-2. Scholarship application is here; conference information is here.


Summer Internship Opportunity with Sankofa

**Can be used for Capstone Credit**

Internship dates: May 2019- August 2019

Hours per week: 15-20 

Purpose: The purpose of this internship is to assist Community Health Ambassadors and Sankofa staff to coordinate the expansion of the Healthy HeartBeats program while fostering community ownership and sustainability. This position will entail research on nutrition information for healthy cooking classes, planning and operations of Healthy HeartBeats nutrition education and healthy cooking classes, and assistance with operations of Fresh Stop Markets and Mobile Markets. Individuals interested in public health program coordination and management are invited to apply.

Supervisor: Siyu Zhen, MPH, Programs Associate

Siyu Zhen graduated from Tulane University with an MPH in Epidemiology Program. She currently operates the planning and evaluation of the Healthy Heartbeats program.

Transportation: Car is required. Student will be working at 5200 Dauphine St. and at partner sites.

To apply:

Email a resume and cover letter to stating why you are interested in the position, what you would like to contribute to and learn from the program, and your career goals.


Taylor Student Employment Opportunities 2019-2020

Application Deadline: Sunday, May 19, 2019
The Taylor Center is hiring undergraduate and graduate students for the 2019-2020 academic year. Students from any discipline, program, or department are welcome to apply for one or more positions.
Available positions:
Design Thinking
Communication and Marketing
CI Social Venture Accelerator
Life Design Assessment
Research and Scholarship in Social Innovation
Design Facilitation for Social Impact
View more information on our website, including full positions descriptions for each position.


Research Project Coordinator, Department of Medicine at UCSD

Within the Department of Medicine at UCSD, the Center on Gender Equity and Health (GEH) focuses on conducting innovative global public health research, medical and academic training, and evidence-based intervention development and evaluation of programs related to gender inequities, gender-based violence, and sexual and reproductive health (adolescent and unintended pregnancy, family planning, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/Sexually transmitted infections (STI), healthy birth spacing).


  • Gender Equity/Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH)/Child Marriage or gender-based violence (GBV) research experience.
  • Degree in Global/Public Health, or similar.
  • Proficiency in a secondary language (Hindi, Marathi, French, Spanish).
  • WordPress familiarity and/or previous web development experience.

For more information, click here


Maternal & Child Health Programs Internship

The Maternal and Child Health Programs internship will support PCI US and Border Programs initiatives to improve maternal and child health outcomes in San Diego and the US-Mexico border region, with a particular focus on documentation of program strategies and results, development and testing of innovations to support access to prenatal care, and marketing and communications. This internship will provide the student of social work, public health, communications or other related field with exposure to the planning, development and documentation processes of a public health program in the border setting. Key responsibilities under each core function are detailed below.

Must be willing to commit to a 3-4 month internship of minimum 15-20 hours per week onsite during business hours at PCI’s US and Border Programs Office (4305 University Ave. Suite 345, San Diego, CA 92105). The internship should begin no later than June 10th, 2019.

For more information, click here.


Health Specialist, Full-time

Episcopal Children’s Services

The Health Specialist will ensure that Child and Health Development Services, Child Health and Performance Standards are met in Head Start/Early Head Start.

Job Duties include:

  1. Coordinate health screenings to ensure that necessary referrals to appropriate outside agencies are made and follow-up services provided.
  2. Assist Health Services Manager in establishing and implementing policies and procedures, which respond to medical and dental emergencies, address short-term exclusion and administration of medication, guarantee that safe practices are followed to prevent injuries and to comply with sanitation and hygiene requirements.
  3. Develop health education materials and educate parents, teachers and children in person on a regular basis.
  4. Provide on-going health training including medication administration, universal precautions and handwashing as needed.

Click here to learn more and/or apply for this position.


Research Assistant Opportunity

We are looking for some student research assistants to make recruitment calls for a large randomized, controlled trial. The primary job responsibility would be to make recruitment calls to potential study participants to inform them about the study and assess their eligibility. Some data entry and scheduling in Redcap would also be required. Applicants must be available to make calls in the evenings and on weekends.

Interested applicants should be current Tulane students, be willing to work 10-20 hours per week, and be native English speakers.

If interested, please email a CV or resume to Obst, Katherine