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Internship Opportunities

The Office of Health Promotion (OHP) works on a variety of topics related to Emory students’ health and well-being. Our main focus areas are healthy campus development (Flourish Emory), sexual assault prevention and education (Respect Program), prevention of high risk alcohol use, and alcohol and other drug risk reduction strategies. We also work on other health topics to promote student success and wellness. Intern opportunities are also available that utilize specific skill sets such as graphic design, health communication, and data analysis.
OHP interns are students interested in careers in public health or other health-related fields, as well as students who feel passionately about health, learning, and social justice and want to gain experience in health promotion, student leadership, and advocacy. Previous projects included Project Unspoken, a series of videos for the Respect Program, applying gamifaction strategies to wellness outcomes at Emory, and developing social marketing and website materials for OHP.

We also offer work-study for students that are approved through the Office of Financial aid to receive work-study funds.

Practicum opportunites for Rollins School of Public Health Students are also available. Past projects have included a Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence and First Year Students Benchmarking Study and Alcohol Abuse & Sexual Assault Prevention Mini-Course Development. Depending on our current needs, we may recruit students for particular ongoing projects. We are also open to designing a project with interested students.

Emory @ The Red Zone

Emory @ The Red Zone

Respect Program intern Conrad Honicker, left, organized a rally to raise awareness about the Red Zone, the first six weeks of the semester during which alcohol abuse and sexual assault are at their highest.