Internship Opportunities

There are many exciting opportunities for internships in Public Health. Whether for credit or experience, an internship will open your eyes to the practical application of concepts learned in the classroom. Internships allow students to showcase the skills and competencies learned during their undergraduate education, and get hands-on, applied experience prior to employment or graduate work.

Below is a continually updated feed of past and upcoming internships available to our students. 

Internship Board

Timpanogos Regional Hospital, Education Department

Timpanogos Regional Hospital, Education Department

The education Intern would be helping with student orientations—paperwork, filing, and teaching. He/she would help with diabetes education—paperwork, filing, calling patients and setting up appointments.  Would be able to help teach inpatient, outpatient, gestational clinic and group community class.He/she would help with new hire orientations—paperwork, filing, teaching.He/she would then help the education department with whatever other things may be needed.This internship does require a lot of paperwork/filing/data entry—but the work environment is pretty great! (please do not apply if paperwork/filing/data entry is not your thing)


For more information and for how to apply, click here.

The education Intern would be helping with student orientations—paperwork, filing, and teaching. He/she would help with diabetes education—paperwork, filing, calling patients and setting up appointments.  Would be able to help teach inpatient, outpatient, gestational clinic and group community class.He/she would help with new hire orientations—paperwork, filing, teaching.He/she would then help the education department with whatever other things may be needed.This internship does require a lot of paperwork/filing/data entry—but the work environment is pretty great! (please do not apply if paperwork/filing/data entry is not your thing)


For more information and for how to apply, click here.
Published on 7/7/2017 7:00 AM   See More

Intern Positions on UAID National Board of Directors

Intern Positions on UAID National Board of Directors

United Against Inequities in Disease (UAID) is a national nonprofit organization that empowers students and communities across the United States to reduce health inequities (unjust and preventable differences in health outcomes between groups of people).

 

As a public health organization dedicated to long-term sustainability and impact, UAID students throughout the country lead innovative projects to reduce health inequities in their own communities.  Please visit www.uaid.org for more details.

 

UAID is pleased to announce open intern positions on the UAID National Board of Directors.  If you are interested in social justice and are looking for a leadership opportunity in public health, please apply here: http://www.uaid.org/internapplication.  Preference will be given to those who apply early.

 

If you are interested in starting a chapter of UAID on your campus, please submit an application through the following link: http://www.uaid.org/chapterapplication.

United Against Inequities in Disease (UAID) is a national nonprofit organization that empowers students and communities across the United States to reduce health inequities (unjust and preventable differences in health outcomes between groups of people).

 

As a public health organization dedicated to long-term sustainability and impact, UAID students throughout the country lead innovative projects to reduce health inequities in their own communities.  Please visit www.uaid.org for more details.

 

UAID is pleased to announce open intern positions on the UAID National Board of Directors.  If you are interested in social justice and are looking for a leadership opportunity in public health, please apply here: http://www.uaid.org/internapplication.  Preference will be given to those who apply early.

 

If you are interested in starting a chapter of UAID on your campus, please submit an application through the following link: http://www.uaid.org/chapterapplication.

Published on 7/5/2017 9:00 AM   See More

Data Analysis Intern

Data Analysis Intern


We are looking for an intern to conduct data analysis to help us better understand the sources of cost differential and potential strategies to improve cost and quality. This internship would be paid.

Alaska suffers from the most expensive healthcare in the nation (150% of the national average) and ranks near the top of the nation in terms of health care cost on multiple measures (cost per Medicaid enrollee, premiums, Workers Comp premiums, etc.)

Over the past several years we have created a database of services under our employee and retiree plans. We are looking for an intern to conduct data analysis to help us better understand the sources of cost differential and potential strategies to improve cost and quality.

Our health care system is complex. Alaska’s relatively small population and vast geography presents logistical and economic cost challenges for the provision of services. This internship offers an unusual opportunity to learn and contribute to a critical dialogue currently happening in Alaska. Our hope is that this individual will provide transformational insights to the way we think about and respond to the health care system.

This role will receive direction from and work closely with our senior health care leadership team. It is not required that this person live in Alaska, so we need someone that is able to perform independently and execute and/or oversee all the analytical and technical tasks required to take a project from inception to completion. A thorough understanding of the health insurance industry with proficiency in relational databases, data warehouses, Excel and financial modeling, as well as strong interpersonal skills would be ideal.

To apply contact:

Sheldon Fisher
Commissioner of Administration

333 Willoughby Ave, 10th Floor
Juneau, Alaska 99801

sheldon.fisher@alaska.gov

(907) 269-6293 (Anchorage)
(907) 465-2200 (Juneau)


We are looking for an intern to conduct data analysis to help us better understand the sources of cost differential and potential strategies to improve cost and quality. This internship would be paid.

Alaska suffers from the most expensive healthcare in the nation (150% of the national average) and ranks near the top of the nation in terms of health care cost on multiple measures (cost per Medicaid enrollee, premiums, Workers Comp premiums, etc.)

Over the past several years we have created a database of services under our employee and retiree plans. We are looking for an intern to conduct data analysis to help us better understand the sources of cost differential and potential strategies to improve cost and quality.

Our health care system is complex. Alaska’s relatively small population and vast geography presents logistical and economic cost challenges for the provision of services. This internship offers an unusual opportunity to learn and contribute to a critical dialogue currently happening in Alaska. Our hope is that this individual will provide transformational insights to the way we think about and respond to the health care system.

This role will receive direction from and work closely with our senior health care leadership team. It is not required that this person live in Alaska, so we need someone that is able to perform independently and execute and/or oversee all the analytical and technical tasks required to take a project from inception to completion. A thorough understanding of the health insurance industry with proficiency in relational databases, data warehouses, Excel and financial modeling, as well as strong interpersonal skills would be ideal.

To apply contact:

Sheldon Fisher
Commissioner of Administration

333 Willoughby Ave, 10th Floor
Juneau, Alaska 99801

sheldon.fisher@alaska.gov

(907) 269-6293 (Anchorage)
(907) 465-2200 (Juneau)

Published on 5/25/2017 7:00 AM   See More

Syringe Exchange Program Assistant

Syringe Exchange Program Assistant
Utah passed a law legalizing syringe exchange in Utah in May 2016. The Utah Department of Health’s Syringe Exchange Program’s role is to manage a community workgroup, provide support, technical assistance, identify funding and other resources, collaborate with other state and local health departments, government agencies and other community partners, as well as provide training and education to syringe exchange providers and other community members. The deadline to apply is May 19, 2017. For more information and for how to apply, click here.
Utah passed a law legalizing syringe exchange in Utah in May 2016. The Utah Department of Health’s Syringe Exchange Program’s role is to manage a community workgroup, provide support, technical assistance, identify funding and other resources, collaborate with other state and local health departments, government agencies and other community partners, as well as provide training and education to syringe exchange providers and other community members. The deadline to apply is May 19, 2017. For more information and for how to apply, click here.
Published on 5/8/2017 5:00 AM   See More

American Public Health Association Student Assembly’s Mountain Region Campus Liaison

American Public Health Association Student Assembly’s Mountain Region Campus Liaison

Overview: A CL serves as the school’s representative to the Student Assembly (SA). By getting involved, the CL will be able to build community, network with brilliant professionals around the world, learn more about public health, develop their leadership/management skills, and pursue increased professional opportunities.
The responsibilities can depend largely on the ambition of the individual CL, but the commitment is generally around 3 hours a month for phone calls and program-planning. It's an easy way to develop robust skills. If you have any questions about the Campus Liaison position or the APHA-SA, please let me know at muralidharan.16@osu.edu. Interested students may reach me at that e-mail as well.

Overview: A CL serves as the school’s representative to the Student Assembly (SA). By getting involved, the CL will be able to build community, network with brilliant professionals around the world, learn more about public health, develop their leadership/management skills, and pursue increased professional opportunities.
The responsibilities can depend largely on the ambition of the individual CL, but the commitment is generally around 3 hours a month for phone calls and program-planning. It's an easy way to develop robust skills. If you have any questions about the Campus Liaison position or the APHA-SA, please let me know at muralidharan.16@osu.edu. Interested students may reach me at that e-mail as well.

Published on 4/24/2017 9:00 AM   See More

Utah County Department of Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Treatment Prevention Program Internship

Utah County Department of Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Treatment Prevention Program Internship

UCaDDAPT Prevention is looking for an intern for the spring/summer 2017. Below is a list of potential job duties. If you are interested, please email a resume and cover letter to MichelleA@utahcounty.gov and fill out this form.


Job Duties:

  • Work as part of a team to prevent alcohol, marijuana and prescription drug use in Utah County

  • Design print materials

  • Participate in community surveying & interviewing

  • Help advertise events

  • Help plan and promote campaign materials and media installments

  • Teach the Eliminating Alcohol Sales to Youth class and assist with compliance checks

  • Provide support for adult and youth community coalitions

  • Update websites and social media

  • Be involved with the Prime For Life program

  • Collect data for logic model completion

  • Compile a directory of community partners

  • Early legislative preparation - Identify issues, research, identify proponents

UCaDDAPT Prevention is looking for an intern for the spring/summer 2017. Below is a list of potential job duties. If you are interested, please email a resume and cover letter to MichelleA@utahcounty.gov and fill out this form.


Job Duties:

  • Work as part of a team to prevent alcohol, marijuana and prescription drug use in Utah County

  • Design print materials

  • Participate in community surveying & interviewing

  • Help advertise events

  • Help plan and promote campaign materials and media installments

  • Teach the Eliminating Alcohol Sales to Youth class and assist with compliance checks

  • Provide support for adult and youth community coalitions

  • Update websites and social media

  • Be involved with the Prime For Life program

  • Collect data for logic model completion

  • Compile a directory of community partners

  • Early legislative preparation - Identify issues, research, identify proponents

Published on 4/12/2017 10:00 AM   See More

Volunteer Coordination Intern

Volunteer Coordination Intern
The Utah AIDS Foundation depends on our volunteers for our success. Volunteers assist in test site, the food bank, special events, community events, and many more areas. Due to this need, UAF strives to have an organized and effective volunteer program. This intern would be assisting in this program. For more information on the internship and for how to apply, click here.
The Utah AIDS Foundation depends on our volunteers for our success. Volunteers assist in test site, the food bank, special events, community events, and many more areas. Due to this need, UAF strives to have an organized and effective volunteer program. This intern would be assisting in this program. For more information on the internship and for how to apply, click here.
Published on 4/5/2017 1:00 PM   See More

Database Intern

Database Intern
Our database is used to track and manage our volunteers and donors. This intern would be required to help in the management of the database to ensure smooth functioning. For more information and for how to apply, click here.
Our database is used to track and manage our volunteers and donors. This intern would be required to help in the management of the database to ensure smooth functioning. For more information and for how to apply, click here.
Published on 4/5/2017 12:00 PM   See More

Community Health Connect Internship

Community Health Connect Internship
Community Health Connect coordinates a network of volunteer doctors and dentists who donate their services to needy individuals in Utah County. The volunteer and office manager oversees volunteer scheduling and coordination as well as office management and organization.

For more information, click here.
Community Health Connect coordinates a network of volunteer doctors and dentists who donate their services to needy individuals in Utah County. The volunteer and office manager oversees volunteer scheduling and coordination as well as office management and organization.

For more information, click here.
Published on 4/5/2017 10:00 AM   See More

Patient Connection and Administrative Internship

Patient Connection and Administrative Internship
Patient Connection Program- No prior work experience is required but you will need to demonstrate your genuine interest in healthcare and proactive personality. We are looking to take on interns that can contribute 8-10 hours a week. It is a one semester commitment with the option to extend
For more information, click here.
Patient Connection Program- No prior work experience is required but you will need to demonstrate your genuine interest in healthcare and proactive personality. We are looking to take on interns that can contribute 8-10 hours a week. It is a one semester commitment with the option to extend
For more information, click here.
Published on 3/28/2017 9:00 AM   See More
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