Internship - Washington, DC - undergrad and graduate school internships
- Internship posted by Men's Health Network
Hours per week
District of Columbia
District of Columbia
Experience the excitement of working in the DC area. You will work out of the Alexandria, Virginia office in Old Town, near the King Street Metro station. You can intern for 1 semester or more. Most, but not all, interns apply for and receive college credit (check with your school to see if credit is available).
Several openings in - Policy - Research - Programs - Media Outreach - Social Media Advocacy - Writing - and more.
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This internship opportunity could include, but is not limited to:
Public Policy: Direct advocacy - preparation of educational briefings for Congressional staff Attending Congressional hearings and local seminars
Watch examples of MHN public policy initiatives and Congressional briefings:
Health outreach: Development of original health informational brochures and literature hand-outs Represent MHN at trade shows and public policy events Internet correspondence with various health e-mail groups
An example is the Congressional Workout in June.
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Research issues such as: Health disparities in education and medical research. Family issues such as adoption, child abuse, custody, foster care and welfare.
Media and social media advocacy - helping enhance our media presence and growing our social media platforms.
This is a hands-on experience in public policy. Qualifications include enthusiasm, basic computer skills, confidence in written and oral communication skills and being an independent initiator. Work hours are negotiable and flexible.
A learning plan is tailored to best suit your interests upon arrival at the Men’s Health Network. A successful candidate will work in the Alexandria, Virginia office near the King Street Metro station.
Bilingual is a plus.
MHN maintains several websites, including -
Men's Health Month (June)
Follow the latest men's health news and commentary at Talking About Men's Health:
Men’s Health Report Cards
Testicular Cancer Awareness Month (April)
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month (September)
Prostate Health Guide
Men's Health Resource Center
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