Thursday, June 1, 2023
The Worcester Division of Public Health (WDPH) Academic Health Collaborative (AHC) was originally established in 2014 to create bi-directional relationships between WDPH, the Central Massachusetts Regional Public Health Alliance (CMRPHA) and local colleges and universities. By setting up a system where academia could inform the practice of public health while WDPH informed academic programs, the AHC's primary goal is for WDPH staff to mentor future public health professionals and developing a pipeline for the public health workforce.
The AHC seeks to:
AHC interns also enhance many partnerships and initiatives that keep our community healthy. View Examples of Previous Interns' Projects.
We are always looking forward to adding new interns to the team at WDPH! Positions may be paid, unpaid or for academic credit. Apply Online to Become an Academic Health Collaborative Intern.
For additional internship opportunities, click on the title of a position below to view the complete listing, which includes more information such as internship description, wage, etc. Interested candidates should follow the instructions for each opening in order to apply for the position(s) of interest.
The City of Worcester is proud to be a city with a well-educated and diverse work force and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Preference is given to Worcester residents.
The City of Worcester assures that every individual shall have equal access to all City employment opportunities. The City is all inclusive and will not discriminate on the basis of disability, gender identity & expression, sexual orientation, race, age, color, religious creed, national origin, genetic information, ancestry, military service or source of income.