Monday, October 15th, 2018


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Weber-Morgan Health Department

The Division of Health Promotion at the Weber-Morgan Health Department offers internship positions!  Under the supervision of Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES), our interns obtain hands-on experience in the CHES competencies and gain a better understanding of what it means to be a Health Educator at a Local Health Department.   Our internships provide the unique opportunity to work with every program we offer, rather than just one health education program – an important edge when entering the job market!  Position is paid through a stipend upon completion of internship hours. Mileage reimbursement is also provided.

Applications are accepted any time throughout the year with positions available for Spring, Summer and Fall semesters.  Applicants must be pursuing a degree in Health Education or a closely related field, must have completed or be enrolled in a program planning course, must be eligible to begin earning internship credits and complete a minimum of 200 hours.  Must also be dependable, computer literate, organized, self-motivated, tobacco-free and have reliable transportation. 

For more information or to apply, visit our website at or contact Rochelle Creager at (801) 399-7187 or

Bureau of Health Promotion

The mission of the Bureau of Health Promotion is to foster a culture of health in Utah. Staff work to reduce illness and death of Utahns through prevention, early detection, and management of injuries and chronic diseases and conditions, and promotion of early prenatal care.

The Bureau of Health Promotion has 11 programs that focus on delivering effective services in community, school, worksite, and health care settings. These programs address each component of this mission in significant ways by providing services to prevent the leading causes of injury, disability and death, by improving access to high quality care for those with chronic diseases and conditions, and by promoting healthy lifestyles for all Utahns in their communities, schools, work places, and homes. For more information regarding the Bureau of Health Promotion and its programs, please visit us at

Huntsman Cancer Center

Community Outreach and Prevention Education

Outreach interns must be college seniors or graduate students. Outreach interns are normally serving to satisfy a college-level internship in community health education or a related field. Interns must have reliable transportation and insurance.  Mileage reimbursement will be provided for travel to/from events and Huntsman Cancer Institute.

Outreach interns attend community events, health fairs, and other cancer related events to provide information about cancer prevention and screening. Interns help with program planning, writing grants, and presentations at local schools, churches, and community organizations.

This is an unpaid internship with rewards.  In addition to personal satisfaction from helping others, Huntsman Cancer Institute extends the following benefits to volunteers.

* Free parking
* Lunch voucher for each four hour shift worked
* Free annual tuberculosis screening
* Annual volunteer recognition awards
* Inclusion in many Huntsman Cancer Institute events, including the annual summer picnic and holiday events
* Information about the latest in research and patient care

To apply for this opportunity, please forward a copy of your resume, two letters of recommendation, and availability to New interns are accepted each semester, consider applying early.

SelectHealth Health Promotion Internship

SelectHealth offers internships that provide a variety of experience in different aspects of health
promotion and education. Interns will participate in our employer health fairs. This will involve
conducting biometric screenings including body fat analysis, blood pressure, and cholesterol/glucose
testing. In addition to the screenings you will also have the chance to teach participants about their
results and ways to improve their health. Training will be provided.

Other aspects of this internship include working with a team of health educators and nurses to plan
and implement programs. You may have the chance to assist in implementing programs or other
projects as well as a chance to write articles for newsletters.

The internship hours are flexible to meet your schedule. We have health fair events Monday thru
Friday and some Saturdays. The hours range from 7:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. with some exceptions
depending on the event.

If you are interested in this opportunity please contact Angela Bishop Harman at 801-442-7390 or
via email at

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