Sara Quandt ’73, a professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Prevention at Wake Forest University’s School of Medicine, will host 1:1 chats on Friday, Oct. 14 to share information and answer questions about the public health internship opportunity she is offering this summer in North Carolina.
The intern will work with several public health research studies, most of which involve Latino immigrant workers and families. Interns will be expected to complete some independent reading to understand the social and political factors that affect health of low-income and immigrant families.
- Interest in public health
- Proficient in Spanish
- Preference to intern who has access to a car (mileage in N.C. will be reimbursed)
- Must be a continuing student during the 2017–18 academic year to be eligible for the $4,000 stipend
For more information and application instructions, see LUWorks Job ID 27244.