The Internship Policy and Procedures Manual outlines student expectations for the Public Health Internship. The manual is considered the "textbook" for the Health 496R course and should be printed or saved and kept close by during the internship. Prior to beginning the internship, this manual should be read in its entirety. Students are held accountable for all material found in the manual. When questions arise, please refer to the manual first as most if not all questions will be answered here. If the answers are not here, please contact the internship TA at
firstname.lastname@example.org or the department internship coordinator, Stephanie Lutz,
email@example.com. Students needing an appointment regarding the internship process must first read the "Requirements" section and this manual. To schedule an appointment, please call the department student secretaries at (801) 422-3386. Bring your list of questions to the appointment.
Paid internship or job, one semester/4 months, flexible hours
This program offers free home visits to residents of Salt Lake County with sever and/or uncontrolled asthma. The goals of this program are for program participants to learn how to recognize asthma symptoms, correctly use asthma medications, and reduce asthma triggers in the home in order to improve their asthma control and improve their overall quality of life.
Activities include teaching community nutrition classes, contributing to a social marketing campaign, planning and implementing educational outreach activities, supporting local food pantry efforts, and improving access to nutritious food; Unpaid
Paid, early March, 20-25 hr a week
Sunquest is looking for a paid intern to work for about 300 - 350 hrs over the next 3-4 months gathering information on Disease Surveillance and Outbreak Management systems. Pay would be about $20 per hour. They need someone who can start in early March.
Unpaid, Bilingual English/Spanish, 4 months (10-20 hours a week)
Community Health Connect helps low-income, uninsured residents of Utah County receive specialty medical and dental care. To accomplish our mission, AmeriCorps Care Coordinators work with clients and healthcare providers to schedule appointments and coordinate healthcare services. We are seeking an intern to work in our medical specialty program.
Students will work in the following area: Healthy Living through Environment, Policy and Improved Clinical Care (EPICC); Teen Health (Comprehensive and Abstinence Sex Education programs); Tobacco/Nicotine Prevention; Injury Prevention; Suicide Prevention
Part-time paid summer internship (25-30 hours a week)
Looking for someone who is eager to learn about the industry and is comfortable with administrative duties. See the attached job description.
If you know anyone who is interested please have them send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer internship, paid, based in Anaheim California
The selected intern will be responsible for supporting Southern California Director of Construction Management with the oversight of select major projects in construction. The NFS intern will be exposed to several best practices in Construction Project Management. They will be involved with most capital projects in Southern California. Local travel to various project sites in SoCal is required.