R. Brick Lancaster Community Health Internship
This opportunity supports a student who, during a community-based internship, will conduct a health education and health promotion project that addresses a significant public or school health issue identified by a local or state public health department or community agency.
The competitive internship includes:
- A $2,000 stipend to work a semester-long, community-based internship toward the pursuit of an undergraduate or graduate health education degree.
- A one-year SOPHE student membership.
- An opportunity to present the results of the project completed during their internship at a SOPHE Annual Conference/Advocacy Summit and/or publication in one of SOPHE’s peer-reviewed journals.