As an intern, you have extended opportunities to link theories, concepts and ideas to concrete situations, and to apply what you have learned in the classroom in a work place setting ? while at the same time providing service to the community.
CARE greatly benefits from internship contributions as demonstrated in the following examples:
Nursing students conduct assessments, provide community health education programs, research and help develop clinic policies/procedures and programs.
Social Work students identify and develop linkages to needed resources; maintain updates for resource manual, secure grant funds, research issues and help advocate for resources.
Anthropology student research help develop greater understanding of diverse people groups within the community for program planning and service delivery.
Education students serve as tutors or instructors for children and adult education classes.
Business majors utilize their skills for assessing performance and strategic planning activities.
Requirements: Attend orientation, submit completed school provided paperwork and comply with all staff policy for specific positions.
For more information or to participate, email Bev Tittle Baker at
infocarepartnership.org or call (480) 833-8987
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