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Health - Virtual internships available in these countries

Virtual Accelerated Internship

Below are a few sample Health - Virtual placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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Health Education Intern at Public Health NGO

Make a difference in the lives of local families by developing educational materials and appropriate training around hygiene. You’ll work for a public health organization that builds low-cost bathrooms and kitchen areas for families in Argentina, where a lack of access to indoor plumbing for six million people leads to poor sanitation and health outcomes.

Virtual Global Internship in Argentina

Below are a few sample Health - Virtual placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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Health Education Intern at Public Health NGO

Make a difference in the lives of local families by developing educational materials and appropriate training around hygiene. You’ll work for a public health organization that builds low-cost bathrooms and kitchen areas for families in Argentina, where a lack of access to indoor plumbing for six million people leads to poor sanitation and health outcomes.

Public Health Intern for Sanitation NGO

Support a dynamic NGO that addresses the lack of access to indoor plumbing for six million people in Argentina, a risk factor that leads to poor sanitation and health outcomes. Your role is to help develop a survey about hygiene habits, analyze the data, and make recommendations for educational workshops.

Virtual Global Internship in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Health - Virtual placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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Cognitive Neuroscience Intern at University Lab

Work at a vision and cognition laboratory in the School of Psychology at a well-known New Zealand university. You’ll contribute to research on the human visual system, with a focus on the face processing system. You’ll start by assisting ongoing research and gradually developing your own project and running your own experiments. Undergraduate-level background in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, and other related fields are required.