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Posted: September 01 2016
Company Location: Westville, NJ
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 5 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionQLife is a innovative program to bring health access in a unique and accessible environment. We are partnering with universities and our interns become wellness ambassadors to help facilitate various aspects of the program including recruitment, enrollment, data collection and events.
The mission of our non-profit, Uplift Solutions, is to bring health access to underserved communities and food access to food deserts.
To learn more see our video at: www.upliftsolutions.org/qlife
ResponsibilitiesThis community healthcare experience is unique and an incredible asset to any future resume:
*Non-profit program facilitation and development
*Experience with retail dietitians
*Collaboration with our partners that provide grocery store tours, cooking classes and diabetes classes
*External outreach into the community with health fairs, workshops and events.
*Interdisciplinary work between RDs, RNs, pharmacists, and public health professionals
*Biometric and survey data collection and research experience.
RequirementsHealthcare, marketing, education and public health background preferred. Non-profit mission in a corporate environment.
SkillsRequired - Organization & prioritization skills, Technology, Engaging People
Preferred - Leadership, Non-profit Program Development