CFHI, under the leadership of partners in 12 countries who are health and social system leaders on the ground, offers country-based Global Health internships and practicum. CFHI Virtual Global Health Internships offer undergraduate, pre-health, and graduate-level participants the unique opportunity to explore global and public health issues broadly, highlighting how health systems around the world deliver healthcare in a variety of diverse environments, exploring cultural interplays in urban and rural areas, and incorporating indigenous healing practices. Students learn how communities are addressing their most pressing health challenges, including chronic disease, maternal-child health, infectious disease, and reproductive health, all while gaining insights into the public health realities of the region. The internship is enriched with cross-cultural assessment and interaction tools, and with carefully planned cultural activities that allow participants to experience the rich diversity of CFHI’s global partner communities.
The CFHI Virtual Global Health Practicums are structured, supervised, and evaluated professional experience for Graduate and Professional level students to apply their relevant skills, knowledge, and values in a real-world setting. The virtual practicum consists of 160-200 hours and must address at least three Global Health Education Competencies. CFHI identifies appropriate projects for applicants based on the needs and interests of our global partners. Of note, CFHI utilizes an Asset-Based Community Development approach, so all practicum projects are building on local strengths and prioritizing sustainability and contemporary international development principles. Trainees will also serve a project management role in order to ensure milestones and deliverables are met.
Learn more: https://www.cfhi.org/virtual-opportunities
Global Health + Social Networking + Research = AISquare. An exclusive opportunity to intern for a multi-sector initiative bringing solutions for COVID-19 and other global health challenges through collaborative leadership facilitated by enabling systems including social networking and international bridge building in research and global health spheres. This Virtual Global Health Internship in partnership with AISquare offers students the unique opportunity to explore global and public health issues broadly, while participating in ground-breaking efforts to bring together global researchers, increase accessibility of research findings and nurture cross-discipline collaboration necessary to combat the most pressing Global Health challenges including COVID-19. This internship straddles global health, scientific research, and social network building – uniquely positioning internship graduates with professional skills necessary to be future leaders in healthcare, technology, data science and other fields.
Learn more: https://www.cfhi.org/cfhi-aisquare-virtual-internship-global-health-social-networks-research
Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019 from noon to 3 p.m.
VCU Career Services presents the Public and Social Services Career and Internship Fair. The event will be in the Richmond Salons, University Student Commons, 907 Floyd Ave. This new event combines the former Nonprofit and Social Services and Government and Public Service Career fairs. VCU students and alumni can connect with government agencies, as well as nonprofit, human and social services organizations to explore career and internship opportunities. For more information, contact Lian Currie at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804) 828-1645 or visit https://tinyurl.com/PublicSocial19.
Monday, Apr. 2, 2018 from noon to 3 p.m.
RESCHEDULED: VCU Career Services presents the spring 2018 Science and Health Career Fair in the University Student Commons, Richmond Salons. Attendees can connect with science and health organizations offering full-time or experiential opportunities in health and science fields. Attendees can also talk with recruiters from these organizations and learn about programs, internships and full-time opportunities. For more information, contact Lian Currie at email@example.com or (804) 282-8162 or visit https://tinyurl.com/SHCF18.
The Baldacci Experiential Learning Fund grants academically-promising students of diverse areas of study and backgrounds with financial support to pursue internships, conferences, research, domestic or study abroad trips, and/or social entrepreneurship opportunities. Awards between $1,000–$5,000 will support the experiential learning activities. Eligibility: Applicants must be full time undergraduate rising juniors or seniors, in good academic standing, and be primary majors in the College of Humanities and Sciences.
Apply at vcu.academicworks.com
keyword search: Baldacci
Only applications submitted through the site will be considered. Applications accepted until March 2, 2018
For additional information visit has.vcu.edu/baldacci-fund
Resumes, Part-Time Jobs & All Things Career! Join Career Services on January 18th or January 24th from 4:00-4:30pm in the Alumni Board Room, Student Commons for information about finding a part-time job, creating or improving your resume, networking and more!
Need a Federal Work-Study job? Come to the Federal Work Study Job Fair on Aug. 30, 12-3PM. Richmond Salons.
Looking for a part-time job for the year? Career Services is hosing a part time job fair on Sept. 6, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM, Richmond Salons. Resumes encouraged but not required.