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 email@example.com or the department internship coordinator, Stephanie Lutz, firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
This grant funds local health department (LHD) STD investigations and specific testing for high risk individuals. The STD program also offers technical assistance to LHDs, private providers, and the general public.
Please send resume and email expressing interest to Megan Evans (email@example.com) by Friday, April 23rd @ 5pm.
The Y Be Fit internship is a paid internship and provides meaningful experience to students seeking careers in work-site health promotion, personal training, health coaching, and other health-related fields.
The online application and recommendation forms for Fall 2021 will open for submission on Friday, June 4th at 7:00 am. Applications will be due Friday, July 2nd at 11:59 pm.
Remote Projects for 2021 BYU Interns: Multiple Opportunities
We are willing to work with college advisors for you to receive internship credit for the project. We would like to emphasize that this internship is primarily with SAFI. Nu Skin will be here to consult and advise, but you are reporting to SAFI first and foremost.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Must be available to work at least 25 hours per week during business hours (M-F, 9-6); Must be able to work in-person, not remote.
*The position can begin anytime. This could count as internship credit for Winter/Spring/Summer semesters. Pay will be $12+ DOE. Interested applicants should complete an application online at www.ashfordutah.com, prepare a resume, and apply in person at the Draper location. Any questions can be emailed to Greg at email@example.com.
These programs are business related and those with a business minor might consider them as an experience internship, rather than a Public Health internship. *See our Facebook page for the links to the CVS hiring website (posted October 28, 2020).
10 hrs/week; flexible
To apply for the internship above, please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org: Name, address, phone number, school name, school degree, and why you would be interested in this internship.
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:
Applicants interested should have the ability to work cooperatively in a small office with shared responsibilities. Demonstrated ability to work independently, manage time, evaluate progress, and adjust activities to complete projects within established time frames. Applicants should be skilled in establishing effective working relationships. Excellent word processing, clerical, and digital editing skills.