Intern - Wic Planning And Analysis

internship - part time,

Georgia Department Of Public Health
Atlanta, GA
Closed
Posted 74 Days ago
Georgia Department Of Public Health
Atlanta, GA
internship - part time,
Posted 74 Days ago
Closed

Description

Intern - WIC Planning and Analysis Georgia Department of Public Health 105 reviews - Atlanta, GA Georgia Department of Public Health 105 reviews Read what people are saying about working here. Part-time, Internship Description The intern will assist the WIC Manager of Planning & Strategic Partnerships with research, implementation, and evaluation of several projects that enhance the WIC program's reach and effectiveness. In particular, the intern will be responsible for data entry and analysis for the assigned projects, including suggesting project changes where indicated by the data. The intern will also work closely with Georgia WIC staff to assist in the research and development of new partnerships and innovative projects. Minimum Qualifications Pursuing a degree in Public Health or a related field. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel. Experience reviewing, summarizing, and synthesizing evidence from quantitative data, qualitative data, and/or literature. Additional Information Internship positions allow flexible work schedules and the opportunity to work remotely, if available. A Student Affiliation Agreement is required with a College or University to provide credit or practicum hours. The candidate selected for this position may be subject to a criminal background check. If you require accommodations under the American Disability Act (ADA), email request by the closing date of this announcement to: DPH-HR@dph.ga.gov. Georgia Department of Public Health - 9 hours ago - save job - report job - original job Apply Now Apply On Company Site Save this job

Skills

analysis, planning, research, microsoft excel, data entry, public health, student affairs, scheduling, strategic partnerships, innovation, qualitative data, quantitative data, sustainable development, urban planning, qualitative research

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