Internship Details

Central Oregon Health Council
Website:
http://www.cohealthcouncil.org
Internship Title
Undergraduate or Graduate Health Internship
Area Industry Minimum Age
Bend Education 18
Hourly Rate Interns Needed Requires Cover Letter
Stipend based on education, experience, and internship timeframe. 1 Yes
Interview Required Application Deadline
Yes Until filled
Start Date End Date Hours/Week
2019-09-16 TBD Flexible
General Computer Knowledge Drug Screening Background Check
Yes No Yes

Description
The Health Intern will be responsible for one large project that will be completed by the end of the internship. The COHC staff will work with the Health Intern to select a project that benefits the COHC and benefits the Intern. Large projects may include: researching city, county, and state legislative processes around public health topics, reviewing specific strategic/policy initiatives and emerging/best practices relating to community/population health, and sharing this learned knowledge with engaged COHC volunteers.
Educational Aspect
Learning outcomes may include: Identifying and using population and community health-related terminologies effectively in oral and written communication. Performing effectively in work teams, both as a leader and group participant. Understanding select contemporary federal and state health policy issues specifically relating to public and population health. Engaging in networking opportunities to create a network of connections from Central Oregon and the rest of the state.
Further Requirements
Strong verbal and written communication skills. Undergraduate or Graduate students majoring in public health or another related field. Basic knowledge of healthcare reform. Basic knowledge on the Oregon Health Plan, expansion and community/population health. Familiarity with Microsoft Office and related programs. Minimum GPA of 3.25 preferred.
Lift Requirements
None

Central Oregon Health Council
Website:
http://www.cohealthcouncil.org
Internship Title
Undergraduate or Graduate Health Internship
AreaIndustry
BendEducation
Minimum AgeHourly Rate
18Stipend based on education, experience, and internship timeframe.
Interns NeededRequires Cover Letter
1Yes
Interview RequiredApplication Deadline
YesUntil filled
Start DateEnd Date
2019-09-16TBD
Hours/WeekGeneral Computer Knowledge
FlexibleYes
Drug ScreeningBackground Check
NoYes

Description
The Health Intern will be responsible for one large project that will be completed by the end of the internship. The COHC staff will work with the Health Intern to select a project that benefits the COHC and benefits the Intern. Large projects may include: researching city, county, and state legislative processes around public health topics, reviewing specific strategic/policy initiatives and emerging/best practices relating to community/population health, and sharing this learned knowledge with engaged COHC volunteers.
Educational Aspect
Learning outcomes may include: Identifying and using population and community health-related terminologies effectively in oral and written communication. Performing effectively in work teams, both as a leader and group participant. Understanding select contemporary federal and state health policy issues specifically relating to public and population health. Engaging in networking opportunities to create a network of connections from Central Oregon and the rest of the state.
Further Requirements
Strong verbal and written communication skills. Undergraduate or Graduate students majoring in public health or another related field. Basic knowledge of healthcare reform. Basic knowledge on the Oregon Health Plan, expansion and community/population health. Familiarity with Microsoft Office and related programs. Minimum GPA of 3.25 preferred.
Lift Requirements
None

Area Coordinator

Talena Barker
talena@bendchamber.org
541-318-0496