Internships at Ronald McDonald House
- Database entry – this position will work on our donor database to update records, produce reports, general database “clean-up” and possible producing acknowledgements.
- Fundraising Event – this position will provide support to our fundraising staff. This includes record keeping, clerical work, and activities related to the specific event.
- Program Support – this includes tracking family statistics, clerical work in front office, some hands-on duties related to working with our families.
For more information, visit Corey Stahle Wednesday, March 27th at the CPS Internship Fair in the LBC Qatar Ballroom 5:30 p.m. – 7 pm.
The RA position will run through the summer with an option to work full-time. Salary is $10/hour.
Administrative Undergraduate Internship at Ochsner Health System
Ochsner Health System is opening paid summer internships to undergraduate students. This job provides assistance to professional staff in their respective department and works on special projects as assigned by leadership. Interns work 32 hours/week for 8 weeks.
Required – Active working toward a Bachelor’s degree
Strongly Preferred – Completing 3rd year of classes and will be starting 4th year in the fall of 2019
Required – None
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs)
Self-starter, can work independently
- Good organizational skills
- Good communication skills
- Good time management skills
- Assembles and analyzes statistical data
- Assists management team with departmental projects and assignments
- Attends meetings and recommends process improvement
- Completes assigned projects in an efficient and productive manner
Apply for the internship here
|Rush University – Rush Summer Research Scholars Program:
Are you interested in pursuing a career in medicine? Spend six weeks this summer at Rush University Medical Center conducting research in a vibrant academic medical environment in the heart of Chicago as part of the Rush Summer Research Scholars Program, or RSRSP. Research at Rush is unique because we work on projects beyond the basic sciences. As a member of the inaugural class of Rush Summer Research Scholars, you will work on a project in translational, clinical or community research. In addition to conducting research, all summer research scholars will participate in weekly enrichment activities to help prepare you to apply to medical school. More information about the program can be found here.
RSRSP is open to students from disadvantaged backgrounds and/or are known to be underrepresented in medicine and health-related sciences.
Project Associate – John Snow, Inc.
JSI is looking for a Project Associate to join the Bow, NH office. This position will provide efficient and professional support to a team of consultants who work on a variety of public health projects, including projects focused on public health and health care emergency preparedness and infectious disease. Full job description is here.
Message from BSPH alumna Caroline Scott: You’d be working mainly in public health emergency preparedness (think bioterrorism, active shooters, pandemics, natural disasters and other impacts of climate change, and more) with opportunities to work in whatever PH topics interest you (from HIV to behavioral health, e-cigarettes, maternal & child health, substance use disorders, PH communication, and everything in between). This is an entry-level position in public health consulting with great benefits (including educational benefits for grad school)! Many of my colleagues have gone to grad school (MPH, MBA, MPA, RN, and more) while still working at JSI (both full- and part-time), or have gone and come back to JSI afterward. Please feel free to reach out with any questions, either about the job, company, or location. You can message or email Caroline Scott at email@example.com, or set up a call!
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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 email@example.com.