Public Health/Health Promotion, 2023-24 Graduate Fellow Positions

Merrimack College, School of Health SciencesNorth Andover, MA

8 months ago


Job Title

Health Promotion and Public Health Graduate Fellowship

Job Location

One location

Job Overview

  • Join the Merrimack College's School of Health Sciences Graduate Fellowship program.
  • 9-month accelerated academic and professional experiential program.
  • Half-tuition waiver awarded to successful candidates.
  • No additional pay provided.


  • 50% tuition waiver for successful candidates.


  • Support the wellness program office.
  • Implement new and existing wellness programming (e.g., stress relief, walkability programming, wellness fairs, financial capability, and more).
  • Create needs assessments.
  • Complete program evaluations.
  • Design and execute community-based projects.


  • Enrollment in one of our 3 Master of Science degree programs: Community Health Education, Health and Wellness Management, or Exercise and Sport Science.
  • Willingness to learn the field of health promotion and public health.
  • Punctuality.
  • Time management.
  • Professionalism.

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