Pasantía publicado por: Project Concern International
Publicado el: 13/06/2013
Under the supervision of the Senior Vice President for Programs, the intern will be responsible for creating an integrated public health online toolkit. The internship will be in coordination with the CORE Group and USAID's K4Health Toolkit Initiative (http://www.k4health.org/toolkits). Dissemination strategies and platforms for broad based diffusion have already been determined. Specific activities include:
Bachelor's degree and an interest in development work with some related experience. A student enrolled in a MPH or PhD program in the Graduate School of Public Health or related master's level program preferred.
SCHEDULE: Minimum commitment: 15-20 hours a week for a minimum of 16 Weeks.. Flexible schedule of 15-20 hours per week, some tasks may be able to be performed from home office.
Monthly stipend not available, but intern will have opportunities to participate in trainings and conferences. Intern will be given authorship credit based on contribution.
Founded in 1961, PCI is an international development and humanitarian assistance organization dedicated to promoting community health and integrated development worldwide. PCI is headquartered in San Diego, CA, and currently operates in 16 countries in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Sectoral focus areas include humanitarian assistance and disaster risk management; health and nutrition; water and sanitation; food and livelihood security; and disease prevention and mitigation. With a FY11 operating budget of $34 million, PCI serves nearly 5 million people annually. For more information please go to: www.pciglobal.org
If you feel you would be a good fit for this opportunity, please click on the position posting at www.pciglobal.org/internships and include the following:
Please apply ASAP, as we will accept applicants on a rolling basis. Ideally, internships will begin in October.