Welcome to the Jackson County Health Department (JCHD) Internship Information Page.
The JCHD periodically offers a variety of public health internships in the divisions of:
- Environmental Health
- Health Education and Health Promotion
- Personal and Preventative Health Services.
When we have internship opportunities, we will be looking for motivated, dedicated, and innovative individuals who want to gain education and experience in public health.
Key PointsThe JCHD can build upon the student's knowledge they have learned through their coursework to further develop their skills. Selected interns work closely with professionals on projects and experience career development, which may include:
- A variety of public health experiences
- Learning about public health funding and program requirements
- Enhancing their verbal and written communication skills
- Learning about community resources
- Being an effective part of a team.
- Internships are typically non-paid positions
When an internship position is available it will be posted below.
Now Hiring: MOSQUITO SURVEILLANCE- PAID INTERNSHIP
Science based college students - if you are looking for an exciting opportunity to enhance your studies and GET PAID, we've got it!. The Jackson County Health Department has an immediate opportunity within the 2023 Mosquito Surveillance for Arborviruses program which will run through August 2023. For additional details contact the Director of Environmental Health, Don Hayduk at email@example.com. Completion of an employment application is required. Only accepting applications from current enrolled students.
Apply by: Sunday, April 30, 2023
Hourly Pay Range: $13.00- $14.00
Located In: Health Department - Jackson County, MI
Jackson County Health Department Divisions
|Environmental Health||Community Health Education and Promotion||Personal and Preventative
|Don Hayduk, Director
Phone: (517) 768-1659
Dep. Health Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone (517) 768-1638
Dep. Health Officer
Phone (517) 768-2129
|This division provides services through the following programs: Onsite Sewage and Private Water Supply, Food Service Inspection, DHHS Housing Inspections, Non-Community Water Supply, Zika Virus Mosquito Surveillance, Public Swimming Pool and Campground Inspections.||This division encompasses a variety of preventive services and programs such as: chronic disease prevention, tobacco reduction, teen pregnancy prevention, car seat safety, and lead poisoning prevention. Clinical services are also provided through WIC (Women, Infants and Children) supplemental food and nutrition program.||This division provides a variety of direct services to the community, including: Maternal Infant Health Program, Early On Program, Fetal Infant Mortality Review, Children’s Special Health Care Services, Nursing Lead Case Management, Sexually Health Clinic, HIV/AIDS Counseling, Communicable Disease Program, Immunization Clinic, and the Immunization Action Plan.|