Time Commitment: 12 – 20 hours/week; maybe more if participating in a research project
Remote Position: Mainly remote, at times include onsite community outreach, Online training
Compensation: Unpaid; all training such as CPR, AED, First Aid, & CHW will be paid by WFC; Upon successful completion, interns will receive a certificate of completion as well as a written recommendation that will include a detailed overview of the intern’s contributions and performance.
Qualifications: Current or post-college students of public health, biology, social work, nursing, and other related health care fields with prior experience in community service and a commitment to community health discipline. Must be dependable, demonstrate organizational skills, highly motivated with a passion to serve. Proficiency in Microsoft and Google suite of products along with technical expertise in social media and virtual networking.
Position Description: Candidates will be trained in community-based and patient-centered research areas with a special focus on the mosque-community population. They will provide virtual outreach, conduct surveys, and provide online consultations and education to community members. The program is designed to build competency in community health research and equip them with tools and techniques to run grant-funded projects.