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My name is Felicia Avevor, and I recently graduated from SUNY Albany with a Bachelor’s in Public Health. I learned about the Let’s Talk Public Health Experiential Learning Program (ELP) through the undergraduate Public Health Blackboard page, where job and internship opportunities were posted. I wanted to join the ELP because of a health communication class I had taken during my senior year. I wanted to be able to apply the things I had learned in that class and create my own social media campaign. I hoped to use what I learned in that class to create an effective campaign that would educate my target audience on the importance of maternal and child health and learn to create health media that was easy to understand.
Calling All Public Health Students with Creative Interests: Let's Talk Public Health Unveils Three Internship Opportunities Just for You
Are you a passionate and creative public health student looking to gain practical experience in communication and marketing? Let's Talk Public Health is thrilled to announce three new internship positions for its Experiential Learning Program. As an intern, you will have the chance to expand your public health communication and marketing knowledge, skills, and experience in a supportive, collaborative, and creative environment.
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