Public Health Internship Info Session

Date: 
Tuesday, April 2, 2013 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Location: 
Miller Learning Center, Room 275

Public Health and Medical Internship Programs

House of Hope is seeking 3 interns to engage in meaningful hands-on work experience that will make a real impact in the community. Internship credit is potentially available.

House of Hope, a grassroots NGO based in Kandaria, Kenya, is offering summer medical and public health internship programs. House of Hope (HOH) was founded over 10 years ago with the purpose of providing basic needs, opportunities, and hope to orphaned children and vulnerable families. The founder of HOH is a doctor with over 20 years of experience. Under his supervision and the supervision of other specialized doctors, interns will work in clinics as well as in the community. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in activities such as:

·      Mobile clinics

·      Sit-in patient appointments

·      Testing for malaria

·      Local hand-washing demonstrations

·      HIV/AIDS awareness campaign 

·      General hygiene education/promotion

·      Sex education

·      Optional epidemiology research component

Additionally, the program includes a tour of different medical centers, clinics, and hospitals.

Learn more at:

Information Session

Tuesday, April 2nd

Room 275 in the MLC

6:30-7:30 PM

If you are unable to attend and are still interested in the program, please direct all questions to Clemence Kopeikin, clemence@uga.edu. Meeting to discuss the program can be arranged.

Contact Name: 
Shaistha Begum, UGA Career Center
Contact Email: 

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