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1: AIDS Healthcare Foundation
AIDS Healthcare Foundation is seeking an undergraduate intern to participate in a paid, part-time, internship within the Public Health Division of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This internship offers students an opportunity to gain valuable experience in a division serving and reaching hundreds of thousands of individuals nationally. Interns will rotate withing the different divisions of Public Health to gain a comprehensive understanding of what the field entails.

Type: Employment/Paid
Organization: AIDS Healthcare Foundation is seeking an undergraduate intern to participate in a paid, part-time, internship within the Public Health Division of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This internship offers students an opportunity to gain valuable experience in a division serving and reaching hundreds of thousands of individuals nationally. Interns will rotate withing the different divisions of Public Health to gain a comprehensive understanding of what the field entails.
Location:
Payment:
Eligibility:
Current Undergraduate, coursework in public health, allied health, sociology, or related study -Responsible, motivated and flexible person, able to work in a team and independently. -Interest in HIV and/or public health -Strong writing skills preferred. -May require to work nontraditional hours -Internet and Microsoft Office experience and skills required -Enthusiastic attitude and willing to do whatever is needed to help the team.
Requirements:
Experience working within a “moderately complex” CLIA setting. -Experience working within communities of high-risk populations. -Ability to work with diverse populations and have a sensitivity to multi-cultural and lifestyle issues. -Sensitivity to the issues surrounding HIV and AIDS. -Ability to improve and promote quality and demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness. -Ability to work with minimal supervision. -Must be able to maintain confidentiality. -Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a collaborative team environment. -Must be able to travel locally and to other States a minimum of 10% of the time.
Deadline: Deadline: March 31
 

2: Global Health Internships
Unite for Sight

Type: Internship
Organization: Unite for Sight
Location: New Haven, CT
Payment: Unpaid
Eligibility:
Undergraduate, public health, medical, graduate students, and recent graduates.
Requirements:
Phase I: Resume and cover letter. Phase II: 2 writing samples and 3 letters of recommendation.
Deadline: None
 

3: Paid UI/UX Internship at Venture-backed Health Technology Startup
We are looking for an organized, intelligent, creative person with excellent UI/UX design skills; an interest in and knowledge of health, web design, and science is a big plus, as is experience with site, blog and newsletter design. Backed by our brand strategy and mission, your work will span the entire product cycle working directly with the CEO, VP of R&D, VP of Marketing and Content Director to help execute a consistent site-wide design language and style guide, designing for desktop and mobile web.

Type: Employment/Paid
Organization: We are looking for an organized, intelligent, creative person with excellent UI/UX design skills; an interest in and knowledge of health, web design, and science is a big plus, as is experience with site, blog and newsletter design. Backed by our brand strategy and mission, your work will span the entire product cycle working directly with the CEO, VP of R&D, VP of Marketing and Content Director to help execute a consistent site-wide design language and style guide, designing for desktop and mobile web.
Location: West Holloywood
Payment:
Eligibility:
Top-notch design experience and capabilities for web products with a strong understanding of web and mobile usability Possess a quantitative aptitude--you should be able to reconcile aesthetics with functionality at all times Strong sense for UX / visual architecture that runs across both web and mobile Experience with wireframing, Photoshop, Illustrator, CSS, Adobe Creative Suite, prototyping, mockups, style guides Experience with e-commerce products and designing input forms nice to have Must have ability to work independently as well as in partnership with team
Requirements:
Deadline: Deadline: March 7
 

4: Part-Time Job Opportunity for Student Interested in Global Health + HumanRights
Family Health Alliance (FHA)

Type: Employment/Paid
Organization: Family Health Alliance (FHA)
Location: Family Health Alliance 6520 Platt Avenue, # 433 West Hills, California 91307
Payment: $13-15 per hour based on experience
Eligibility:
Interest in women's health and rights is a must. Organizational skills, computer skills including Excel and PowerPoint. Ability to multi-task and to work independently
Requirements:
Please send a current Resume and a short paragraph about your past experience and why you are interested in this position to Stacey at stacey@familyhealthalliance.org
Deadline:
 

5: Private Sector Healthcare Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow
The Global Health Group

Type: Employment/Paid
Organization: The Global Health Group
Location: University of California, San Francisco
Payment: Not specified
Eligibility:
A recent or pending doctorate degree in public health, demography, epidemiology, or related field required. Candidates with prior experience with statistical analyses of large datasets are sought, and experienced in mixed-methodologies preferred.
Requirements:
To apply or for more information on this position, please forward a CV and a cover letter describing your relevant experience and qualifications to Dr. May Sudhinaraset at sudhinarasetm@globalhealth.ucsf.edu.
Deadline: None
 

6: Public Health internship Program
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) is seeking applicants for the Public Health Internship Program. Public Health Interns will complete a one semester rotation within one of HRSA’s Bureaus or Offices. The public health internships at HRSA is an unfunded practicum experience for graduate and undergraduate students in good standing at schools of public health and public health programs in the United States.

Type: Internship
Organization: The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) is seeking applicants for the Public Health Internship Program. Public Health Interns will complete a one semester rotation within one of HRSA’s Bureaus or Offices. The public health internships at HRSA is an unfunded practicum experience for graduate and undergraduate students in good standing at schools of public health and public health programs in the United States.
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Deadline: Students who are interested in participating in a public health internship at HRSA may contact the HRSA Learning Institute at: HLI@hrsa.gov.
 

7: Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care
Dependent on training experience and educational level, the Bereavement Intern may participate in the following responsibilities to varying degrees. The degree of exposure and/or engagement of some clinical tasks will be dependent on state regulation, school requirement, and discretion of the Supervising Staff Member with Seasons Hospice. As a member of the hospice interdisciplinary team, and under the direction of the Supervising Staff Member, the Intern has potential to provide counseling and guidance to facilitate the maximum function and coping capacity of each patient and family member while following all hospice policies and procedures, in accordance with the interdisciplinary plan of care and the bereavement risk assessment.

Type: Employment/Paid
Organization: Dependent on training experience and educational level, the Bereavement Intern may participate in the following responsibilities to varying degrees. The degree of exposure and/or engagement of some clinical tasks will be dependent on state regulation, school requirement, and discretion of the Supervising Staff Member with Seasons Hospice. As a member of the hospice interdisciplinary team, and under the direction of the Supervising Staff Member, the Intern has potential to provide counseling and guidance to facilitate the maximum function and coping capacity of each patient and family member while following all hospice policies and procedures, in accordance with the interdisciplinary plan of care and the bereavement risk assessment.
Location: Glendale California
Payment:
Eligibility:
Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college curriculum at any level; in a program with a counseling-related focus, such as: Psychology, Social Services, Counseling, Thanatology, Hospice and Palliative Care, Mental Health, Public Health, Creative Art Therapies, etc.. This placement is intended to meet the specifications of college programs that require formalized clinical training experiences; such as: Internship, Field Work, Practicum, Experiential, etc.. This position must include a contractual affiliation-agreement with the college/university to meet those requirements. Students that are independently seeking clinical/work experience not specifically-required for their academic coursework, should pursue becoming a valued hospice volunteer in our bereavement program. Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale ("B" average or better). Demonstrated commitment to the Seasons Hospice philosophy of care, values, mission statement and organizational culture.
Requirements:
Deadline: Deadline: April 8
 

8: Senior Technical Officer, Coalition against Typhoid Secretariat
The Coalition against Typhoid (CaT) is a global forum of health and immunization experts working to expedite and sustain rational, evidence-based decisions at the global, regional, national and municipal levels regarding the use of typhoid vaccines to prevent enteric fever. CaT aims to define barriers to the adoption of typhoid vaccines in communities that would benefit most and the key activities that are needed to overcome them.

Type: Employment/Paid
Organization: The Coalition against Typhoid (CaT) is a global forum of health and immunization experts working to expedite and sustain rational, evidence-based decisions at the global, regional, national and municipal levels regarding the use of typhoid vaccines to prevent enteric fever. CaT aims to define barriers to the adoption of typhoid vaccines in communities that would benefit most and the key activities that are needed to overcome them.
Location:
Payment:
Eligibility:
Master’s degree in Public Health with five years of experience required or Doctorate with three years of experience Experience working in Asia highly preferred; past experience specific to vaccine preventable infectious diseases highly desirable Experience liaising with a wide variety of international partners, NGOs, senior government officials, including U.S. government and foundations is essential
Requirements:
Excellent communication skills (active listening, writing, speaking) Strong attention to detail and ability to manage complex tasks; must be highly organized, dependable and able to prioritize competing demands in order to meet deadlines Insight and awareness of the audience and the ability to tailor communications so complex messages are conveyed clearly and with impact Patience and perseverance in the face of setbacks with the ability to achieve and maintain high productivity Assertive, entrepreneurial orientation; innovative Experience setting and maintaining priorities Well developed research, analysis and interview skills Strong interpersonal skills; excellent at working closely with others even over geographical distance Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment for a rapidly growing, mission-focused organization Willingness to travel both domestically and internationally when required
Deadline: none
 

9: Sexual and Reproductive Health Capacity Fellowship
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Type: Employment/Paid
Organization: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Location: Atlanta, GA
Payment:
Eligibility:
A Master’s degree in public health, global health, epidemiology, or a related field received within the last five years. • Knowledge of at least one major statistical package, such as SAS (preferred), R, SPSS or STATA, is desired. • Experience in planning and evaluating epidemiological studies related to SRH prevention and response programs is beneficial. • Prior global experience, particularly in humanitarian settings, is also desired. Participant may have the opportunity to travel internationally; therefore, s/he much have the ability to obtain a U.S. Passport. • Command of the French language is preferred.
Requirements:
Deadline: 2/24/2015
 

10: Sexual and Reproductive Health Capacity Fellowship
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Type: Employment/Paid
Organization: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Location: Atlanta, GA
Payment:
Eligibility:
Requirements:
• A Master’s degree in public health, global health, epidemiology, or a related field received within the last five years. • Knowledge of at least one major statistical package, such as SAS (preferred), R, SPSS or STATA, is desired. • Experience in planning and evaluating epidemiological studies related to SRH prevention and response programs is beneficial. • Prior global experience, particularly in humanitarian settings, is also desired. Participant may have the opportunity to travel internationally; therefore, s/he much have the ability to obtain a U.S. Passport. • Command of the French language is preferred.
Deadline:
 

11: Short-term consultant positions
Epicentre

Type: Employment/Paid
Organization: Epicentre
Location: Epicentre's areas
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Eligibility:
Requirements:
Deadline:
 

12: Summer Public Health Scholars Program
The Summer Public Health Scholars Program is a 10-week summer training program for undergraduates in their junior and senior year and recent baccalaureate degree students. The program begins with a trip to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to introduce students to public health professionals working at the federal level. Throughout the summer, participants receive leadership training, orientation to the public health disciplines, and real world work experience. At the conclusion of the program, interns deliver an oral presentation and submit a final paper on a public health challenge or intervention.

Type: Internship
Organization: The Summer Public Health Scholars Program is a 10-week summer training program for undergraduates in their junior and senior year and recent baccalaureate degree students. The program begins with a trip to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to introduce students to public health professionals working at the federal level. Throughout the summer, participants receive leadership training, orientation to the public health disciplines, and real world work experience. At the conclusion of the program, interns deliver an oral presentation and submit a final paper on a public health challenge or intervention.
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Deadline: Saturday, February 7, 2015 at 11:59 PM EST
 

13: UNICEF Internship Programme
UNICEF

Type: Internship
Organization: UNICEF
Location: Several locations
Payment: Not specified
Eligibility:
Current masters or PhD students in relevant field. Strong Academic record, proficiency in English and one other language, and demonstrated interest in international development.
Requirements:
Online application and follow up letter of recommendation from a professor.
Deadline: Varies by internship
 

14: WHO Internship Programme
World Health Organization

Type: Internship
Organization: World Health Organization
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Payment: Unpaid
Eligibility:
Applicants must be enrolled in graduate school both at the time of application and during the internship. Applicants must be at least 20 years old and should have a degree in a public health, medical, or social field.
Requirements:
Applicants must create a profile on the WHO website and write a cover letter.
Deadline: To be considered for summer position, apply between December 1 and January 31 each year. To be considered for winter position, apply between September 1 and October 31 each year.
 

15: Wiki Management Internship
Nyaya Health

Type: Internship
Organization: Nyaya Health
Location: South Boston
Payment: Unpaid
Eligibility:
Interns should have excellent skills in spreadsheets, data presentation, and analysis. Preferable skills include some web programming experience and capacity in StatPlanet or other data mapping software.
Requirements:
All interested applicants should submit a resume/CV and short statement of interest that includes duration of interest and weekly time availability.
Deadline: Ongoing; no specific deadline