Coalition Internships or Volunteer Opportunities
The Coalition uses interns and volunteers on a regular basis. Currently our interns provide administrative and research support. They work in Research, Grant Writing and Program Support. We couldn’t provide as much as we do without them!
The Coalition internship program is currently full for Fall interns. Please check back for updates in December.
- 8-10 hours per week
- Minimum 3 month commitment (6 months preferred)
- Enthusiasm about the work of the Coalition
What we look for:
- Strong writing skills
- Experience with office systems and willingness to help in a variety of ways
- Strong communications skills
- Fast learner
- Hard worker
- Excellent customer service skills
What we Offer:
- Exposure to non-profit operations
- Understanding of the safety-net
- Knowledge of available health resources for low-income populations
- Considerable work experience and skill development
- Exposure to pharmacy processes and software
- Website development, design and editing
The Coalition relies on the support of many talented interns and volunteers.
Past intern projects include:
- Program planning
- Program evaluation
- Website support
- Administrative support
For Graduate Interns interested in Health Reform and the models of care please contact Jacqueline Chandler for more information about organization placements.
We are currently seeking a team player that is dedicated to our mission and knowledgeable about web design and branding. Our website draws more than 7,000 individuals seeking health resources each month but can be overwhelming to navigate.
For further inquiries contact Jacqueline Chandler
Volunteer and Internship Process
Email email@example.com for consideration.
- your resume
- A cover letter addressing the following:
- What do you want to accomplish from an internship with the Coalition?
- What skills do you bring with you and what skills are you hoping to develop?
- What are the requirements set by your school or by you personally that would make an internship successful?
These are unpaid positions. However, they are excellent learning opportunities and can provide valuable experience for pursuing a career in community health.
- Graduates in Public Health & Undergraduates in Community Health are urged to apply.
- Non-student volunteers wishing to expand their experience and build their resumes are also encouraged to apply.
- support academic internship requirements
- reward excellent work performance with letters of recommendation.
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