Application period: December 21, 2015-January 18, 2016
THE GLOBAL HEALTH FELLOWS PROGRAM (GHFP) II SUMMER INTERNSHIP APPLICATION SEASON HAS ARRIVED!
As a GHFP-II summer Intern, you will work alongside world-renowned global health experts at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). GHFP-II Interns deliver high-level technical support for international projects in maternal and child health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, infectious diseases, and other technical areas. Interns have clear learning objectives and an effective evaluation method to maximize their experience. Through the Internship program, GHFP-II creates a pipeline for the next generation of global health professionals that is representative of American diversity. Continue reading “Global Health Fellows Summer Internships”
Deadline: January 13,2016
CSTE, in collaboration with CDC, the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH), and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), established the Applied Epidemiology Fellowship to train recent graduates in the expanding field of applied epidemiology. Continue reading “CDC/CSTE Applied Epi Fellowship–applications now open”
The ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship program is now accepting applications for a February 1 start date. There are currently four positions available. Students who completed the CEESP program should take a look at the position with the Global Cancer program.
Please utilize COPH Career Services if you decide to apply.
View all of program information, position descriptions and application instructions here.
Deadline: until filled
Project Extra Mile, a statewide non-profit working to prevent underage drinking, is seeking dedicated full-time Project Coordinator. Must have initiative and possess exceptional organizational, writing, communication and people skills. Bachelor’s degree required.The program coordinator is primarily responsible for the updating and maintenance of underage drinking-related education and advocacy tool kits for community coalitions and youth groups located throughout the state, and for providing technical assistance regarding their use in communities. Continue reading “Program Coordinator”
Deadline: October 1st, or until filled
The Central States Center for Agricultural Safety and Health (CS-CASH) is seeking a work study student. View the job description below, and if interested, send your resume to Ellen Duysen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
CS-CASH Job Description
NOTE: You must be eligible for federal work study for the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If unsure, please check your eligibility with UNMC Financial Aid.