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Mon Jan 08, 2018 - Thu May 31, 2018


2305 Parklake DriveSuite 100Atlanta, GA 30345



The provision of healthcare is an essential component in the resettlement process. The intern’s main responsibilities would fall under the tasks of: partnership building and coordination, including creation of a referral network, research on gender based issues around women’s health for newly arrived refugees in Georgia, research and development of related educational materials, and direct service support.


  • Assist staff with planning; maintain database, recruitment and delivery of Women’s Health Educational Workshops.

· Provide logistical support occasionally on Saturdays for Educational Workshops, including supervising childcare volunteers, ensuring that all participants sign in and complete appropriate paperwork.

· Assist with data collection and reporting for all of Women’s Health program activities.

· Propose and develop other support services that serve the program goals, client’s needs and learning objectives.

· Conduct an assessment of existing resources available to the refugee community around reproductive health, family planning services, men’s involvement, and other issues.

· Develop working partnerships with social services organizations, other nonprofit health organizations, and community groups.

· Research and develop education materials using best practices in public health around behavior change and other relevant models.

· Research and attend a wide variety of out-of-office educational forums hosted by other organizations related to Women’s Health and Wellness.

· Upon extensive training, meet with clients directly to provide skill building support and service documentation.


  • Prefer MPH, medical, or social services student with interest and experience in Women’s Health needs
  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • Experience with developing health educational materials
  • Able to work independently and under pressure with multiple tasks and competing deadlines
  • An interest in international and refugee issues
  • Creativity and initiative to follow through on projects
  • Strong desire to help people and enthusiasm for working in a multi-cultural setting
  • Computer literacy - preferably with Microsoft office and visual learning content creation
  • A car, valid driver’s license, and ability to transport clients
  • 20 hours per week time commitment with some weekend availability


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Requirements & Commitment

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • At least 15 hours a week for 3 months

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