The Massachusetts Health Officers Association (MHOA) is looking for a Public Health Graduate School student for an internship for the 2018-2019 academic year. MHOA is a non-profit organization that assists and supports staff of local health departments in meeting their statutory responsibilities to the public through programs of education, technical assistance, representation, and resource development. The MHOA intern will assist local health departments with implementation of MHOA’s newly developed Opioid toolkit, updating the MHOA Roster of Boards of Health, participating in a strategic planning process for MHOA and assist with other educational programs as needed. The internship will be for the full academic year and the intern will work approximately 8-10 hours per week, A car is required, and the ability to work remotely. A $1,000 per semester stipend and reimbursement for mileage will be given. Please send letter of interest and resume to MHOA’s Executive Director, Dawn Sibor at email@example.com
Graduate Student Internship
Massachusetts Health Officers Association
Caring Health Center
The role of the intern would be to pick a public health project of their liking that fits within the work of a Community Health Center's Emergency Operations Plan. This internship is open to any undergraduate or graduate student interested in the emergency management discipline. The selected candidate would gain an overall understanding of Community Health Center Emergency Planning and have the opportunity to work with other public health entities in the city of Springfield, as well as the staff here at CHC. Candidates would be responsible for joining CHC's team in overall strategic planning for Emergency Operations, attending each monthly meeting, and presenting at several medical and dental provider meetings with the outcomes from the emergency planning meetings. Candidates must be available to work at least 10-15 hours per week. I am a fun supervisor and am looking for someone who enjoys policy and planning.
If this is something that is of interest to you, please email Jacqueline Johnson directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
University Health Services
University Health Services provides a tobacco control program, inclusive of clinical cessation services; tobacco prevention through health education; community engagement; and social norms change of tobacco use on campus. These efforts aim to: increase knowledge to the dangers and misperceptions of all forms of tobacco use; foster attitudes intolerant to tobacco use; promote policy compliance on campus; increase utilization of UHS cessation services; as well as to reduce overall tobacco influence among the UMass Amherst community.
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Karen DeSalvio at email@example.com or call 413-577-5060. Submit any supporting documents such as educational materials developed and/or a brief relative writing sample.
Cooley Dickinson Hospital
Beyond our openings for nurses, technicians, physicians and advanced practice clinicians, we have many non-clinical positions available, in food service, maintenance, information systems, human resources and more. No matter what their professional function, every employee makes a difference in people’s lives, and every employee is valued at Cooley Dickinson Health Care.
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