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December 21, 2011: Black Male Achievement Fellowship! The Open Society Foundations and Echoing Green announced a new fellowship program for individuals dedicated to improving the life outcomes of black men and boys in the United States. It is the first fellowship program of its kind that targets social entrepreneurs who are starting up new organizations in the field of black male achievement. The online application is due January 9th

For more information, please click here.


December 6, 2011: HACU National Internship Program! The HACU National Internship Program is currently seeking public health students to work with the federal government during the spring 2012 semester (January 12-April 28). There are several positions available in the fields of microbiology, public health, and health communications.  One application allows for review in all positions. The internship includes a stipend, airfare to and from internship sites (Atlanta, Cincinnati, and San Juan), and arranged housing. 

For more information, please click here.


December 6, 2011: Public Health Internship! New York Harm Reduction Educators is looking for Public Health Interns to work 20 hours per week in the new Policy and Participant Action department. This internship is ideal for candidates with a background in community organizing and political advocacy, who are looking to do more leadership development with individual members and small groups.  A stipend will be provided for interns. 

To read about the position, please click here.


October 18, 2011: NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Internship! The Health Research Training Program (HRTP) is one of the oldest and largest public health traineeships in the country.  This is an opportunity to work on current relevant public health issues under the close supervision and mentorship of experienced professionals.  This program enables classroom learning to be applied to practical problems in a closely matched practicum and, in the process, learning critical skills needed to excel in the field. HRTP operates in three sessions throughout the year. 

For more details, please click here.


October 3, 2011: Job and Internship Fair! The Job and Internship Fair will welcome over 118 employers in the areas of Health Care, Business, Communications, Counseling, Engineering, Government, Technology and more. The Fair is Friday October 14, 2011 from 12:00pm-3:00pm in the Sports Complex Arena.  Business attire is required. For a complete list of employers attending the fair visit ZebraNet.


September 20, 2011: INROADS Information Session! INROADS is an organization that works to diversify Corporate America through continuous Leadership development  of outstanding ethnically diverse students and placement of those students in internships at many of North America's top corporations, firms and organizations.  

The Benefits of being an INROADS Intern:

  • A paid multi-year Internship with a top company.
  • Customized skills development training to prepare you to contribute from Day One.
  • Unparalleled networking opportunities with career-minded peers, corporate executives and INROADS alumni.
  • Gratifying community involvement.
  • Year-round professional and personal coaching and guidance from your INROADS advisor.
  • A corporate mentor who takes a personal interest in you.
  • Access to scholarship opportunities.
  • Free tutoring.
  • Great potential for a full-time career after graduation.

The information session will be held Friday, September 23, 2011 from 12:00pm-1:00pm in the Career Center, Melville Library Rm. W0550.  Please RSVP throughhttp://www.career.sunysb.edu/


September 14, 2011: Fall 2011 Events hosted by the Career Center! For a list of events that the Career Center is hosting this fall, please click here. Be sure to log into your ZebraNet account and register for these events. You can search for them under the 'Events' tab.


August 30, 2011: Postgraduate Fellowship in Health Care Administration! The Kaiser Permanente Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship Program is now accepting applications in Northern and Southern California beginning in July 2012. The fellowship programs provide broad exposure to the opportunities and challenges present when managing a large, fully integrated, group model health maintenance organization. There are three information sessions via WebEx for interested students to learn more about the fellowship and interact with current fellows.

For details on the information sessions, please click here.

To learn more about the program, please click here.


August 30, 2011: Health Communications Internship Program! The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is accepting applications for its Spring 2012 Health Communications Internship Program (HCIP) class. The HCIP gives highly qualified graduate students and recent graduate degree recipients the opportunity to participate in vital health and science communications projects in one of the many offices that make up the NCI.  Six-month and one-year internship terms are available.

For more information, please click here.


August 18, 2011: Graduate Assistantship for the Honors College!  The Honors College has an opening for a Graduate Assistant for the 2011-12 academic year, with the option of summer employment. The position requires 20 hours/week to support the daily operations of the Honors College.

To know more about the position, please click here.


July 21, 2011: Internship Opportunity at The Alliance for Health Reform! The Alliance for Health Reform is seeking interns focusing on health policy research and media relations. Interns at the Alliance serve as front-line troops for our media outreach and educational efforts. Interns have a variety of responsibilities including: research, health policy analysis, media list compilation, administrative duties, and web page updates. Interns attend events and forums on Capitol Hill and in the D.C. area.

For more information, please click here.


June 10, 2011: The CDC Experience Applied Epidemiology Fellowship! CDC Foundation connects the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with private-sector organizations and individuals to build public health programs that make our world healthier and safer. The CDC Foundation has launched more than 500 programs around the world and built a network of individuals and organizations committed to supporting CDC and public health. CDC Foundation is looking for a medical student with a strong interest in public health or in practicing medicine with a broad, analytic perspective. Eight competitively selected fellows spend 10–12 months at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offices in Atlanta, GA, where they carry out epidemiologic analyses in various areas of public health. This challenging and intellectually stimulating environment provides multiple opportunities to enhance skills in research and analytic thinking, written and oral scientific presentations, and preventive medicine and public health.

To learn more about eligibility requirements and application details, click here.


May 03, 2011: NCI Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program! The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program (CPFP) is now accepting applications for Cancer Prevention Fellows. The deadline this year is August 25, 2011. Please share this unique postdoctoral training opportunity in the fields of cancer prevention and control with your contacts across the biomedical, health and related disciplines.

To learn more about eligibility requirements and application details, please visit NCI website https://cpfp.cancer.gov/fellowship or contact cpfpcoordinator@mail.nih.gov.


May 03, 2011: Minority Administrative Fellowship Program for Emerging Leaders ! NuHealth has announced its 2011 Fellowship Program. Please review the brochure for eligibility requirements. The application, resume and essay can be sent electronically to: MAFPEL@numc.edu. Application must be received by no later than: June 15, 2011. The program will begin on September 6, 2011.


April 15, 2011: Keeping Families Healthy - Possible Practicum, Internship, Job Opportunity! Stony Brook University Children’s Hospital is providing a service called “Keeping Families Healthy” to the pediatric patients and families of our clinics. Keeping Families Healthy is a service intended to enhance pediatric care by providing community health worker home visits. These visits aim to promote healthy decisions and lifestyles, improve disease management and empower parents and children by engaging them in their own healthcare.

If interested, please contact:

Janice Thomas John D.O., M.S..
Academic General Pediatrics Fellow
Clinical Instructor
Stony Brook University Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
Stony Brook, NY 11794
(631)444-7329


March 23, 2011: 2012 APHA Public Health Fellowship in Government! The deadline for applications (including CV and three letters of recommendation) for the 2012 APHA Public Health Fellowship in Government is Monday, April 4, 2011. Applications and additional information are available athttp://www.apha.org/advocacy/fellowship/
For more information, contact Susan Polan, Associate Executive Director of Public Affairs and Advocacy at APHA, at susan.polan@apha.org or (202)777-2510.


March 15, 2011: Careers & Internships in Human Services/Healthcare!

March 16, 2011
5:00-7:00 PM
Wang 201
Join a panel of professionals, learn about exciting careers and internships in Case Management, Clinical & Non-Clinical, Crisis Management and Public Health fields, and network with experts in the field!
Please R.S.V.P. on ZebraNet


February 27, 2011: Fitness & Wellness Internship! This Internship through the Department of Campus Recreation is a semester long commitment to the Department and the Stony Brook Fit Club participants. This internship requires 12 hours each week to be completed under the supervision of the Manager of Fitness & Wellness to receive credit. This intern will be fundamental with the entire duration of the Stony Brook Fit Club Program:

  • Application screenings
  • Pre & Post fitness assessments
  • One-on-one meetings/workouts (weekly with participants)
  • Monthly Wellness Workshops/Lectures
  • Progress reports
  • Other duties as assigned

Visit http://studentaffairs.stonybrook.edu/rec/fit_club.shtml for more information regarding the Stony Brook Fit Club. 
*Qualifications: Previous use and Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel are required. Preferred Qualifications include past/present Fitness Certifications or desire to become certified, as well as, a CPR & AED Certification. Anyone with a strong background in Fitness, Nutrition and/or Health is encouraged to apply.
*Application Instructions: Please send resume, references and a personal statement explaining why you would be the best person for this internship to the Manager of Fitness & Wellness. Send resume to:
Dean Bowen,
Manager of Fitness & Wellness Programming,
225 Student Activities Center,
Stony Brook, NY 11794-2800 or
dean.bowen@stonybrook.edu.
After receipt of materials an interview will be scheduled. Any questions please call 631-632-7263.


 

January 31, 2011: Summer Program in Environmental Health (SUPEH)! The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Summer Program in Environmental Health (SUPEH) is a 10-week internship for students majoring in environmental health.

Deadline: February 11, 2011
Please click on the link below for more information about the position and the application process.
http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/ehs/SUPEH/default.htm


January 27, 2011: Health Communications Internship Program! Health Communications Internship Program (HCIP) is established by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to attract individuals interested in careers in health communications and science writing. The HCIP gives highly qualified graduate students and recent graduate degree recipients the opportunity to participate in vital health and science communications projects in one of the many offices that make up the NCI. Interns will select an area of emphasis: health communications or science writing. Six-month and one-year internship terms are offered. Please click on the link below for more information about the position and the application process.
https://hcip.nci.nih.gov/hcip/index.html


January 21, 2011: Health Disparities Summer Program! This summer, Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (MICHR) at the University of Michigan is offering a paid intensive summer research experience for medical and dental students and graduate students in nursing, social work, pharmacy, and public health. Each student will work 20-30 hrs/wk with a research mentor on an ongoing project. A weekly seminar series will explore disparities questions and problems, scientific approaches, research methods, and career issues. Students will attend an actual UM IRB meeting and take field trips to partner organizations outside Ann Arbor. Students will be paid for their work as well as receive reimbursement for travel (airfare, train, etc.) and housing in Ann Arbor (for non residents and non- UM students).

For more information (to find a flyer to post) and to apply please go to:
http://www.michr.umich.edu/education/predoctoral/hdsummer.


January 20, 2011: Occupational Health Internship Program (OHIP)! The Occupational Health Internship Program (OHIP) is summer internship program to help medical, nursing, public health, and other students learn more about the field of occupational safety and health from those with the most at stake: working people. For more information please go to: http://www.aoec.org/ohip/


January 12, 2011: CHCI Graduate Health Fellowship! The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), the nation’s premier Hispanic educational and youth leadership development organization, is seeking applicants for its 2011-2012 Graduate Fellowship Program. The Graduate Fellowship Program offers exceptional Latinos unparalleled exposure to experiences in the underserved public policy areas of education (secondary, higher) health, housing, law, international affairs, and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The fellowship is open to applicants who have earned a graduate degree from an accredited educational institution in the last three years. This competitive program is comprised of a nine-month fellowship in Washington, D.C. including a substantive work placement at a congressional office or federal agency. The International Affairs Fellowship includes three months abroad in Mexico. Travel, health insurance and a $2,700 monthly stipend is provided. Please click on the link below for more information about the position and the application process.
http://www.chci.org/fellowships/page/chci-graduate-health-fellowship