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Thank you for your interest in becoming a Project Health Intern! We are currently accepting applications to become an intern until October 22, 2017.

In order to be eligible to be a Project Health Intern, you must meet the following criteria: 

  • Be a current, enrolled undergraduate student at the University of Alabama
  • Hold a 2.75 GPA
  • Be able to commit an average of 5 volunteer hours per week
    • Health Hut members work two, one and a half hour shifts at the Hut per week
    • Health Ambassadors work a one hour shift on Wednesday at Healthy Hump Day, and conduct residence hall presentations throughout the semester
    • Health Advocates participate in one hour of informal interactions, and coordinate one advocacy event per semester
    • Gammas participate in one tabling shift or one informal interaction shift, and conduct Greek chapter presentations throughout the semester
  • Attend a short training on December 5, 2017 from 5 PM – 6:30 PM and the full Project Health Training during the weekend of January 19 – 21, 2018.
  • Attend weekly meetings on Sundays from 7:30 PM to 9 PM
  • Have a strong interest in health and wellness, and living a healthy lifestyle (you do not have to have a health-related major!)
  • Meet all substance use behavior standards
    • Maintain professional behavior
    • No illegal drug use
    • No tobacco use
    • If you choose to drink, do so responsibly

When applying for Project Health, you will be applying for all branches of Project Health. We accept new interns at the end of every semester. We will contact you when the recruitment period begins.

Project Health Intern Application

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Phone Number (required)

What is your year in school? (required)

Your GPA (required)

What other organizations are you involved with? Example: Greek organizations, academic honor societies, athletics, etc. (required)

What is your graduation date? (required)

Approximately how many hours do you have to dedicate to Project Health and Gamma each week?

What is you motivation for becoming a Peer Health Educator? What interests you the most about this opportunity?

Name specific qualities that you possess that would help you succeed in this position.

When applying to be a peer educator, you are applying for all branches of peer health education (Health Hut, Health Advocates, Health Ambassadors, Gamma Greek Peer Educators). Which branch(es) would you most like to serve on? Check all that apply. (required)

 Health Hut Health Ambassadors Health Advocates Gamma (Applicant must be Greek)

What health topic are you most passionate about?(required)

Why are you most passionate about the topic selected above?

Which branch of Project Health and Gamma do you feel you would succeed in the most? (required)

Why do you feel that you would be most successful in this branch?

Members of Project Health develop health literature to handout to students on campus. Each piece is centered on a specific health topic for that week, and based off of credible health information. As a member of Project Health you are expected to be able to research interesting health information, determine what is a credible source, and then properly cite that source using APA formatting.

For an example of a handout click here.

Please demonstrate your ability to write professionally by writing a short paragraph about either how to stay healthy during flu season or ways to cope with stress.

How did you hear about Project Health and Gamma?

Please upload a copy of your resume.

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