APPLY NOW for 2014/15 Fall and Spring internships:
We are looking for PASSIONATE and DEDICATED young minds!
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, September 12th at 11:59 P.M. (PST).
Applicants MUST be enrolled in school.
Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for unpaid APHA internships. The internships at APHA are extremely beneficial to those seeking to acquire practical work experience. Candidates should be working toward a bachelor's, graduate or postgraduate degree, and all majors are welcome.
Opportunities for internships are available year-round. Internships can be developed for a 3-4 month period, an academic quarter, an academic semester or a full year. To assure that the intern maximizes his/her experience, we prefer to have students commit a minimum of 20 hours a week to the internship, and for those students visiting for a semester, full-time, if possible.
APHA internships are unpaid.
Upon receipt, applications will be screened to determine which applicant best meets the needs of the application’s desired area of interest. APHA staff will then interview selected applicants for internship positions. Visit the online Internship Center if you are interested in applying for an internship. All candidates must submit their application online for consideration.
While internships are available year-round, students may also intern for a specific academic period or for the summer. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
CGI U Campus Representatives work with students and the university community to build awareness of CGI U on their respective campuses and serve as a driving force for student applications to CGI U. If there is a Campus Rep at your school, we encourage you to reach out to him or her to learn more about CGI U and the application process. If you have any questions, contact the CGI U team at email@example.com.
The Health Policy & Planning (HPP) Internship Program is designed to provide work opportunities and practical learning experiences in public health, policy, planning and public administration. Interns will work with the Health Policy & Planning (HPP) Division of the San Mateo County Health System. HPP works to promote health equity and improve the health and well-being for all who live and work in San Mateo County.
Complete and submit an application (application link will be available 08/04/14) and send to HPPinternship@smcgov.org or fax to (650) 377-1967 with the following required attachments:
The application deadline for the 2014-15 Fall/Spring Internship is September 12, 2014.
Only completed applications will be reviewed. Please contact us if you do not receive confirmation that we received your application. If selected, you will be invited for an interview. In-person interviews are strongly preferred, but telephone interviews can be arranged if needed.
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 health and nutrition issues, disclosing deceptive marketing practices, dangerous food additives or contaminants, and flawed science propagated by profits. Findings are communicated in press interviews and a variety of educational materials, which include reports, books, posters, software, 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. Please note the application review periods:
Spring internships - Applications considered in December/January
Summer internships - Applications considered in February/March
Fall internships - Applications considered in July/August
We are offering unpaid internships on a full-time or part-time basis. The specific dates of an internship are flexible and depend on our needs and the applicant's schedule. CSPI offers a collegial work environment and flexible schedule to accommodate your academic responsibilities and work-life balance. If your school offers academic credit for internships, we will work with you to meet your school’s requirements. We will also reimburse you up to $5/day for commuting expenses.
Application materials should include the following:
1. A cover letter indicating issues of interest, future plans, and dates of availability.
2. A résumé. Experience with advocacy groups is advantageous.
3. Writing sample, if required by the specific project (one to three page document that demonstrates your ability to write in a clear and concise manner).
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org (this is the preferred method)
It's best to submit all of the requested documents at the same time.
The Volunteer Intern Professional (VIP) Program, based in the Immunization Branch* of the California Department of Public Health in Richmond, welcomes and accommodates volunteers, interns and professionals to work side by side with state staff on research projects, administrative tasks, and other duties. All VIPs must undergo privacy training and certification at CDPH to participate. Currently, all VIP positions are unpaid.
Internships are designed for students at the undergraduate and graduate levels who are able to make a semester or quarter commitment. The VIP Program offers a comprehensive and individualized internship program designed to serve the needs of the VIP Program as well as the learning goals of the intern and their university. Opportunities for professional enrichment are available throughout the semester. Interns differ from volunteers because they usually receive academic credit from their university. The number of hours the student needs to fulfill is determined by university requirements. Interns are typically enrolled in public health, health sciences, medical or related programs. Applications are received and reviewed on an ongoing basis, and intern placements are filled as needed.
Wanted: Bright, motivated and hard-working students who are passionate about health and prevention to fill internship positions. Interns play an invaluable role in Prevention Partners’ success in achieving our mission. We offer volunteer internship positions year-round: a 12-week full-time internship session in the summer and a combination of full-time and part-time positions during the academic year. We offer opportunities for undergraduates, graduate students and recent graduates.
We are accepting applications for the 2014-2015 school year. We are offering full-time and part-time (10 hours/week minimum) positions (see descriptions here) which begin September 2. Internships can be completed as part of degree requirements. Please apply early as our internships are competitive and fill early.
The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP-II) is a five year cooperative agreement implemented and managed by the Public Health Institute in partnership with Global Health Corps, GlobeMed, Management Systems International and PYXERA Global. GHFP-II is supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID).
The Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) Intern will be assigned to the Technical Leadership and Research Division of the Office of HIV/AIDS in the Bureau for Global Health. The Office of HIV/AIDS is the focus of HIV/AIDS technical leadership for USAID and has primary responsibility for leading the Agency's efforts within President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), a multibillion, multifaceted approach to combating the disease in more than 120 countries around the world.
The Intern will support an interagency effort to help Low and Middle Income Countries as they strive to sustain and enhance the gains in HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment and also address the rising burden of chronic NCDs. S/he will receive day to day guidance from the Technical Leadership and Research Division (TLR) Division Chief as his/her onsite manager. In addition, s/he will collaborate with the entire TLR Division and engage with other relevant Teams to complete assigned activities.
Anticipated timeframe: November - February: Compensated 12 week internship
Detailed information, including an online application and instructions, is available on our website at www.ghfp.net. All applications must be submitted by September 5, 2014 at 5:00 pm eastern time.
The Public Affairs Intern will be assigned to the Public Affairs (PA) Team in the Front Office of the Office of HIV/AIDS (OHA) in the Bureau for Global Health. OHA provides technical leadership, expertise, strategic direction and implementation support to country teams that receive PEPFAR funding for HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support programs. The Front Office is in charge of management, leadership and communications functions and serves as a coordinating body with the interagency and other external stakeholders, as well as the GH front office and other bureaus at USAID.
The Intern will primarily provide support to the PA Team, which is responsible for all internal and external communications activities for OHA. The PA team is a growing, dynamic, fast-paced and proactive team that communicates and represents OHA in both internal and external settings. S/he will work closely with the entire Team, as well as other members of the OHA technical team, providing proactive and reactive support on a variety of communication tasks. S/he will receive day to day guidance from the Public Affairs Advisor as his/her onsite manager.
All applications must be submitted by Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 5:00 pm eastern time.
The Kaiser Family Foundation, a non-profit organization, is a leader in health policy analysis, polling and survey research, health journalism, and communication, dedicated to filling the need for trusted information on national health issues. The Foundation serves as a non-partisan source of facts, information, and analysis for policymakers, the media, the health care community, and the public. The Health Communication & Media Partnerships (HCMP) program partners with public and private sector organizations to develop multi-faceted public information campaigns on HIV/AIDS and related pressing health issues.
HCMP is seeking an intern to support its work with the creative development and distribution of Greater Than AIDS, a leading national public information initiative established and run by the Foundation. This position is available beginning September 2014 for up to four months with a possibility of extension beyond that. An hourly stipend and/or course credit will be provided.
Greater Than AIDS is supported by a broad cross-section of public and private sector partners—including major media and other corporate allies, state and local health departments, foundations, national leadership organizations, AIDS service and community groups, among others—united in response to AIDS in America. Through targeted campaigns and community outreach, Greater Than AIDS and its partners work to increase knowledge, reduce stigma and promote actions to stem the spread of HIV. While national in scope, Greater Than AIDS focuses on communities and populations most affected.
General responsibilities of the position may include transcribing and organizing creative content, performing research on special projects, preparing materials for events and conferences, and managing requests for campaign materials. The intern will also be responsible for participating in database maintenance, outreach, and event planning and coordination. Specific responsibilities will vary depending on the work of the team.
This internship will provide an opportunity to develop a significant level of understanding about social marketing and media specifically in the field of sexual health, while working as part of a small team on a major initiative within the Foundation.
Starting your career at Kaiser Permanente means learning from the best and brightest in the industry. We’re looking for tomorrow’s leaders. People who are bold, creative, curious, and eager to make a contribution. This is a place where your ideas translate into real impact. And where what you do every day saves lives. No matter what your role, you’ll apply your knowledge and passion to influential real-world projects that help shape your success—and ours.