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Allison Wilder is a Master of Public Health student specializing in environmental health sciences. She is the recipient of the 2014 College of Public Health General Scholarship. Allison spent her summer in the CDC Summer Graduate Environmental Health Internship Program; Allison is the first Ohio State student to be accepted into this program. Watch the video below to learn more about Wilder’s experience.
The students who participated in NEPHIP had a wide variety of experiences working for Environmental Health Departments across the United States. Learn about their experiences and consider applying to host a student or participate as an intern for Summer 2017. http://neha.org/professional-development/students/internship
The Turner-UCLA Allied Health internship was created in early 2017 when philanthropists Lauren and Robert (Bobby) Turner partnered with UCLA to give students from underserved areas exposure to allied health careers and educate them about job opportunities after graduation from high school. The program also offers them support to get into training programs, including providing scholarships. Fourteen teens participated in the recent internship in July. They spent a week living in a dorm on the UCLA campus, attending workshops and shadowing allied health professionals in more than 10 departments at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. The Turner-UCLA program was free to the students.
Connect-123 is proud to present our latest program: Public Health Internships in Cape Town. This four-week clinical program at Victoria Hospital give students a chance to experience the health care system is South Africa first hand! Learn more at http://www.connect-123.com/programs/internships/cape-town-south-africa/public-health/
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The way I heard about ECG initially was through an on campus recruiting session. The reason why I was attracted to the company initially was that ECG focuses primarily on the provider space, so I was passionate about the provider space, and working with physicians, and hospitals, and health systems, and so ECG, to me, was an opportunity to do that. That's why I pursued an internship initially. I was thrown a lot of different projects throughout my three month internship, getting to get exposure to a lot of different things that ECG did, and there was not one project that I didn't enjoy, that I wasn't interested to learn more about and wish that I could almost spend more time on. I was never asked to do anything that a stereotypical intern would do. I was sitting at the table with other c...
If you have a passion for healthcare, choose an internship with CVS Health. Here, you’ll learn how a Fortune 7 leader continues to innovate and help people on their path to better health. Learn more about CVS Health internships: https://jobs.cvshealth.com/internships
http://www.publichealth.hsc.wvu.edu/ Students from the West Virginia University School of Public Health discuss their culminating experience at the 2013 Master of Public Health (MPH) student Internship/Practicum presentation. The culminating experience, taken during the final semester, requires completing a practicum or internship and submitting a paper and poster. This degree will typically take 4 semesters to complete.
Briana Britton, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics Health Care Ethics Intern 2012-13, reflects on her experiences as an intern, in light of Santa Clara University's commitment to developing students' sense of "Conscience, Competence, and Compassion," or "the 3 C's," as referenced in the video. Applications for our Health Care Ethics Internship Program, in which SCU students learn about ethical dilemmas from physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals, are available at the link. Deadline for 2014 is March 7. http://www.scu.edu/ethics/practicing/focusareas/medical/oconnor/intern.html