UNMC’s Interprofessional Academy of Educators is seeking a student Research Assistant to help with a variety of tasks. See the job description below for more details and application instructions.
Category: Part Time
The Fund for Global Health works on advocacy for global health solutions with the greatest potential to avert preventable death and disability. Current efforts include grassroots lobbying to increase U.S. foreign assistance for selected global health programs, and negotiating with the World Bank. Interns work on a team which is recruiting and training student interns and citizen volunteers, and urging key Members of Congress on the subcommittees of Appropriations to increase U.S. funding levels for programs addressing maternal and child health, immunization, and tuberculosis. Continue reading “Volunteer/Intern”
Deadline: June 13, 2017
LWOK seeks a graduate-level intern for one year, from summer 2017 to summer 2018. This is a mutually
beneficial relationship where an intern can enhance LWOK’s capacity to effectively influence healthy
habits in our community and develop professional and personal skills to apply in their future careers.
The specific work of the LWOK intern will be to: 1. engage with school board/school district/schools to
identify a shared policy priority around physical activity and nutrition, 2. support LWO staff to convene
agencies/organizations on a regular basis to share resources and rally support around the shared policy
priority, and 3. assist in relevant grant writing opportunities.
View the full job description, including qualifications and application instructions in the document below. Live Well Omaha Kids Internship Opportunity
Deadline: September 7, 2017
The AgriSafe Network has an opening for a data analyst Intern. The Intern is responsible for supporting the work of Invest in Your Health evaluation team. The intern will provide data analyst support to measure program outcomes and changes in behavior among student participants. The intern will also write summary reports and participate in team meetings.
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the internship is an unpaid, 2-4 month opportunity with the possibility of extension. It is designed for students to obtain relevant work experience in order to be competitive for future positions in public health or other non-profit/for profit arenas, with an emphasis on agricultural occupational health. Students will also gain skills in the area of data analysis, evaluation, health communications, and behavior change theory. Continue reading “Data Analyst Intern”
The Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving and protecting the health of the public by advancing and ultimately transforming the quality and performance of state, local, Tribal, and territorial public health departments. PHAB, which administers the national program to accredit health departments, is seeking a graduate student for a summer internship to support its Research and Evaluation department. Specifically, the student would assist with a project to extract data from the community health assessments and community health improvement plans of accredited health departments in order to support the analysis of this key information about how health departments and their partners improve the health of their communities. In addition, the student may assist with other tasks to help prepare for the revision of the accreditation Standards and Measures, including reviewing the literature and conducting content analysis of accreditation reports and documentation.
View the full description and application instructions in the document below.