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Health Promotion Practicum Program Summer 2017
Deadline to Apply: 5 p.m. Sunday, April 16, 2017

The Tulane Prevention Research Center (PRC) is offering six practicum internships with six selected partner of the Tulane PRC. The practicum program is limited to Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine students. Preference is given to graduate-level students who have not yet completed a practicum, but practica have been awarded to exceptional undergraduate students in the past.

The practicum hosts are Bike Easy, Broad Community Connections (ReFresh Project), Communities in Schools, Doc Griggs Foundation, GirlTrek, and New Orleans Health Department (Community Health Assessment)

Click on the links below for brief descriptions of the six internships and to fill out the application for all practica.
Summer 2017 Internship Descriptions
Summer 2017 Application

The deadline to apply is 5 p.m. Sunday, April 16, 2017 for emailed or faxed applications. All mailed applications must be post-marked by Thursday, April 13, 2017. The internship positions may begin as early as May with the bulk of work performed during the summer semester. Exact start and end dates depend on student availability, program timing, and each organization’s specific needs.

The intern will be required to work a total of 300 hours. For students in the Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences Department, this will fulfill your practicum and project requirements, upon approval from your faculty advisor. The intern will also be required to fulfill all reporting requirements mandated by the school’s practicum manual.

To apply, send your resume, cover letter, and contact information for two professional references to:
Naomi King Englar, Tulane PRC Communications and Dissemination Coordinator, either via email , fax (504.988.3540), or mail (1440 Canal Street, Suite 1829, Mailcode #8319, New Orleans LA 70112).



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