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.
The main responsibility of this internship is to provide biometric screenings for SelectHealth employer groups. Biometric screenings include blood pressure, body fat, and offering face-to-face review of results. Other possible internship opportunities include community events, helping with health education materials, and professional development through team meetings and trainings. This is an unpaid internship.
The Office of Health Care Statistics, an office within the Utah Department of Health's Center for Health Data and Informatics, collects, analyzes, and disseminates health care data. These data help people understand cost, quality, access, and value in our healthcare system and allows users to identify opportunities for improvement. We are currently accepting current students who would like to have hands-on opportunities to work alongside the team and gain practical experience as they further advance their education, secure any credits for internships/practicum they may need for their degree program, and gain exposure to key players in the healthcare industry in Utah, via the Utah Health Data Committee, which we facilitate. The office also manages the state's Patient Safety Surveillance and Improvement Program, so we certainly have a lot to offer in terms of experience to students! The main data series under the purview of the office include:
Stipend of up to $250; Weekday morning availability at least 2-3 days a week
Interns help us increase our capacity to provide screenings and outreach services during our busy fall vision screening season. This position is ideal for individuals interested in gaining experience in the realms of public health, optometry, school nursing, child development, nonprofit administration, or who are looking to gain patient care hours for medical school applications.
Health Educator/Public Relations/Grant Writer Internships
Interested in joining Needs Beyond Medicine? Please send us a copy of your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org, using “Intern Opportunity” in the subject line.
The Utah Department of Health is seeking a dynamic Intern to join the Refugee Health Program within the Bureau of Epidemiology to support data analysis efforts. If you are a current student that is enrolled (full time or part time) in a social services, public health, data analysis or similar undergraduate or graduate program, apply today! This is an incredible opportunity to step into a rewarding field and get hands-on experience with meaningful data analysis next to a team of experts. The incumbent in this position is eligible to work a maximum of 20 hours per week for no more than 3 months. Remote work is required and must be physically living in Utah. Flexible schedule.
You are invited to apply with our Mountainland Nutrition Program Internship. We would be delighted to have you as part of our team this semester. Our goal is to make this internship as beneficial to you as it is to us
The internship will give you an inside look at the running of a public health program in Utah County working with the elderly.
You are invited to apply with our MAG Health Promotion Program Internship. We would be delighted to have you as part of our team this semester. Our goal is to make this internship as beneficial to you as it is to us. The internship will give you an inside look at the running of a public health program in Utah County.
We are seeking proactive and organized volunteers who love to work with people and make a difference in their community. You will work directly with our Children’s Dental Program manager to help coordinate fluoride treatments at the school and follow-up care for the children seen at these events. This is an unpaid position. This position will begin in August 2021 and end December 2021.
Senator Scott Grow, elected official with the Idaho State Legislature, and his team are seeking an intern to help with their campaign to inform the public regarding risks associated with recreational drug use. Much of this work will be PR related and involve online content, including social media outreach. This opportunity may be paid and is open for flexibility on schedule and time involved. If you are interested, please contact Richard Thomas at 208-402-4083 or via email at email@example.com. To apply, please assemble a cover letter, resume, and writing sample and email to firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP.
Our interns work within the Division of Health Promotion. They complete objectives in various program areas, obtain hands-on experiences in CHES competencies, and better learn what it means to get real-life experience as a Community Health Educator.
The Weber-Morgan Health Department accepts two interns per semester. Semester durations are listed below:
Spring Semester--January to early May
Summer Semester--May to early August
Fall Semester--August to December
We are accepting internship applications for the Fall Semester through July 16, 2021.