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Internships with the Tulane Prevention Research Center Summer/Fall

Up2Us Sports is in need of two students to learn and work as research assistants on their Monitoring & Evaluation team for the summer and fall.

Students will work closely on tasks including:

  • Assisting with recruitment of comparison sites,
  • Training of data collection assistants and of coaches in data collection practices,
  • Coordinating of data collection with intervention and comparison sites,
  • Supporting quantitative and qualitative data collection processes,
  • Managing data entry and coding,
  • Assisting with report writing for intervention sites, and
  • Supporting other Up2Us Sports evaluation activities of the New Orleans Regional Office

Students will gain exposure to:

  • Research and data collection tools specific to sports-based youth development,
  • Data management,
  • Up2Us Sports sports-based youth development and trauma-sensitive coaching training,
  • Up2Us Sports research on High Impact Attributes (HIAs) in youth as indicators for future health,
  • Collaborating with an external evaluator and community partners,
  • Quasi-experimental mixed methods research design, and
  • The New Orleans school and after school program landscape

Access/use of a car is preferred, but not required. Reliable transportation to and from the office is required. Please note that Up2Us Sports cannot reimburse for gas or mileage. This is an unpaid internship opportunity.

Apply by Friday, June 1, 2018. Send your one-page cover letter, resume, and names of 3 professional references to:
Up2Us City Director New Orleans, Nate LeJeune
nlejeune@up2ussports.org

The Tulane Prevention Research Center (PRC) is in need of one student to work for the National Medical Fellowships (NMF) on the Recruitment Strategy Development for Minority Students in Health Professions project for the summer.

Students will assist with the following activities:

  • Identify and communicate with key demographic groups eligible for funding from NMF,
  • Generate print and digital marketing materials for student recruitment,
  • Communicate with administrative faculty in healthcare education (i.e. Dean of Admissions, Academics, Diversity, etc.) about student availability and interest, and
  • Work with NMF Programs and Development to establish best practices for recruitment and young alumni support

Students will gain skills in:

  • Scholarship outreach,
  • Healthcare student support, and
  • Community health center (CHC) leadership

The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about equity in healthcare and interested in pipeline development programs for healthcare professions.

A car is not needed. Most work will be performed at the NMF New Orleans office in Art Egg Studios, 1001 S. Broad Street, Suite 112, New Orleans, LA 70125. The supervisor for this position is Colleen McLellan, Program Coordinator at NMF. Please note a small stipend is available from NMF.

Apply by 5pm on Friday, June 1. Send your one-page cover letter, resume, and names of 3 professional references to:
Keelia O’Malley, PRC Assistant Director
komalley@tulane.edu

The Tulane Prevention Research Center (PRC) is in need of one student to work as a Data Evaluation Intern for Sankofa this summer.

Students will contribute the evaluation of the Healthy Heartbeats program by:

  • Assisting in analyzing voucher redemption rates to determine if voucher distribution should be altered,
  • Assisting in community facilitators in creating focus group questions and conducting focus groups with Healthy Heartbeats participants,
  • Compiling, categorizing, and reporting qualitative data gathered through the focus groups,
  • Analyzing monthly blood pressure data to determine trends over the program,
  • Compiling evaluation recommendations into a report, and
  • Assisting staff in creating a program toolkit of best practices.

Students will also assist staff in creation of monitoring and evaluation plans for a new Teaching Kitchen program for kids ages 6-12 by:

  • Assisting staff in development of age appropriate pre and post surveys to test participants and
  • Work with staff to develop a monitoring and evaluation plan for the program.

A car is not required but is recommended. The student will be working at 5200 Dauphine St. New Orleans, LA 70117. The supervisor for this position is Anna Hamilton, MPH, Programs Associate at Sankofa.

Apply by 5pm on Friday, June 8. Send your one-page cover letter, resume, and names of 3 professional references to:
Keelia O’Malley, PRC Assistant Director
komalley@tulane.edu ***********************************************************************************************************************

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