County of Calaveras Admin   San Andreas, CA   Full-time     Social Service
Posted on August 31, 2022
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Community Service Liaison – Tobacco Prevention Intern, #2022-00058 ($17.40)

Calaveras County Public Health Division is offering a paid internship opportunity for a committed undergraduate or graduate student interested in public health education, community health needs, and program administration. As an intern for the Public Health Division, college students will be given the chance to utilize their knowledge in a professional setting by providing support to the Tobacco Prevention Program. Work with a diverse group of public health leaders, education specialists, community health workers, and clinicians to help address health inequities within Calaveras County.
Help the Calaveras County Public Health Division achieve its mission to improve the health and well-being of everyone in Calaveras County! Gain exposure to professional development activities and career pathways while accruing valuable experience. The position can accommodate up to 240 internship hours and is fully in-person. Interested and eligible candidates are encouraged to apply for this exciting opportunity! 

Under general direction of the Public Health Deputy Director, the incumbent to this position represents a specific population and/or peer group for resource development, coordination and liaison between agencies and consumers.  For a detailed job flyer & application requirements please visit  EOE.  FFD: 9/25/2022.
























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