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Internships

We have internships available for those needing service hours and/or credit from their University for field experience.  Please call (859) 309-1700 for requirements or work through your Academic Advisor.  We particularly are interested in those seeking careers in public health or health communications.  If you would like to become an intern, please click on the link below:

Volunteer/Intern Form and Confidentiality Agreement

Current intern(s):

Kristen McCarty – Senior Eastern Kentucky University – Public Health

Morgan Bach – Graduate Eastern Kentucky University – Public Health

Previous Interns:

Hannah Schuler – University of Kentucky

Donald Damron – University of Kentucky

Krista Stewart – University of Kentucky

Trenton Adkins – University of Kentucky

Monique Shaw – Eastern Kentucky University – Public Health

Taryn Mahoney – University of Kentucky – Clinical Leadership and Management Major and Communications Minor

Anthony Johnson – University of Kentucky

Sydney Dye – Eastern Kentucky University

Lindsey McKee – Eastern Kentucky University – Public Health 

Candy Brunk – Eastern Kentucky University – Public Health                                                                                

Kate Benyo – University of Kentucky – Communications Major                                                                              

Lia Vissing – University of Kentucky – Communications Major

Brittany Lindsey – Eastern Kentucky University – Public Health Major

Olivia Muwanga – Eastern Kentucky University – Public Health Major

 

 

 

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