The Occupational Health Internship Program is a full-time, paid summer internship opportunity for students to get real-life experience addressing the needs of workers employed in under-served or high hazard jobs. Projects are based in San Francisco, LA, Pacific NW, Chicago, New Orleans, NYC, DC, and Boston. Most of the projects involve working with low-wage, temporary and immigrant workers, knowledge of another language is a plus! Non-citizen immigrant students and DACA recipients eligible and encouraged to apply.
Positions available for undergrad and graduate students pursuing studies in public health, occupational health, social work, medicine, sociology, immigrant/Latino studies, labor movements, nursing, and policy studies.
To apply, you must submit the following:
- Online Application Form
- Reference page
- Letter of Recommendation
The deadline to apply is February 17, 2017
For more information and to apply, please visit their official website: “Occupational Health Internship Program”
Rossana was born in Guatemala. She came to this country when she was 10 years old. Like many other DREAMers, she realized academics were one area where she could excel in and focused on that throughout high school and college. Fascinated by the process of acquiring a new language and remembering what it was like to learn English as a second language, she studied Psychology and Cognitive Science during her undergraduate education, also learning Chinese along the way. She recently graduated with her M.A. in Social Work from the University of Albany and has a passion for advocating for the health of refugees and immigrants.
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