The Georgia Child Fatality Review Panel (GACFR) is a legislatively mandated body, charged with overseeing all 159 counties in the state of Georgia, and providing assistance to those counties in analyzing causes, risk factors, and circumstances surrounding unexpected or unexplained child deaths.
Senior-level undergraduate or graduate student in the areas of Journalism, Marketing, Public Relations, Communications, Legal, Public Health, Sociology, Psychology, or a health-related discipline are preferred. Preference will be given to candidates with strong education or work experience in marketing or advertising, research methodology, community organizing, or health promotion.
The qualified applicant will possess excellent written and verbal communication skills (3-5 page writing sample is required), be detail-oriented, and able to manage multiple tasks. The candidate must also have familiarity with MS Office Suite software, knowledge of the community in which they live, and awareness of child health or injury issues. We are looking for several dedicated, diligent interns to handle a variety of challenging, yet professionally rewarding tasks. The interns selected must be adept at communicating with people from the community as well as attorneys and state officials.
Tasks include: organizing community focus groups, statewide marketing program, working with community partners to evaluate prevention efforts and access available resources, managing multiple data sources, clerical assignments, creating reports and publications based on the available child death data, and other duties as assigned.
How to Apply:
Fax resume and writing sample to (770) 528-3989 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
No phone calls please!