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Internship students gain an understanding of the organization and policy issues, administration, research, funding sources, program activities and evaluation, and challenges faced by community health organizations. The experience will: • expand an understanding of the role of health-related agencies in the community setting • analyze the role of public health and health education in agency activities integrate public health theory with community-based practice • improve communication and professional skills through on-the-job training • assume leadership roles and responsibilities for planning, implementing, administering, and/or evaluating some specific part of the agency's program(s). INTERNSHIP I N T E R N S H I P O P P O RT U N I T I E S : • Community Health Clinics • NJ [Healthcare] Quality Institute Area corporations' Workplace Wellness Programs • NIH National Institute of Health • and more • NJ Health Information Exchange • County Office on Aging • AmeriCORPs VISTA • Healthcare Associations, non-profits • Affordable Care Organizations

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