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Health Promotion Practicum Program

The Prevention Research Center at Tulane University is offering one competitive practicum/internship that will provide a student with real-life experience in the field of health promotion working with a selected partner of the PRC. The internship is limited to Tulane University students. Preference is given to graduate-level students who have not yet completed a practicum/internship, but practica have been awarded to exceptional undergraduate students in the past.

The practicum/internship host is St. Anna’s Medical Mission. The internship will start as soon as possible. Exact start and end dates depend on student availability and program timing.

Click here for the internship description.

The interns will be required to work a total of 300 hours for the designated organization. The interns will also be required to fulfill all reporting requirements mandated by their school’s practicum manual/internship procedures.

Applications are being accepted now! To apply, send a resume, cover letter and two professional references to Naomi King Englar, PRC Communications and Dissemination Coordinator, either via email (nking2@tulane.edu), fax (504.988.3540), or mail (1440 Canal Street, Suite 2301, New Orleans LA 70112).

Questions? Contact Naomi at 504.988.7410 or nking2@tulane.edu.

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The Rationale behind Small Food Store Interventions in Low-Income Urban Neighborhoods: Insights from New Orleans 13

 

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Serum homocysteine is related to food intake in adolescents: the Child and Adolescent Trial for Cardiovascular Health

 
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Bikeability/Walkability

 
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