MPH Department Opportunities
- Public Health Graduate Assistant needed - Project: Expanding local specialty crop opportunities in North Dakota through season extension using high tunnels.
- Graduate Research Assistant Opening - School of Nursing looking for DNP or MPH student
- Student Travel Fund Requests - The Master of Public Health (MPH) program will make every effort to support MPH student travel to professional conferences and public health activities. Submit form to Angela Skaff (firstname.lastname@example.org )
- The English Department will be opening a limited number of funded positions teaching either Business and Professional Writing or Writing in the Health Professions. Although we prefer students with outside expertise in both writing and either Business or the Health Professions, we are willing to consider students who do not yet have that background. We will provide training in the form of a required graduate course in Fall 2015 as well as a stipend for each section they teach.
If interested, or have questions, please email either Gary Totten, Chair of the English Department (Gary.Totten@ndsu.edu) or Andrew Mara, Director of Upper-Division Writing (Andrew.Mara@ndsu.edu) as soon as possible.
- INBRE Summer Undergraduate Research Program for Tribal College Students - for Undergrad Students, applications due has passed for 2015
- NDSU Cultural Diversity Tuition Discount - Submit application by April 1
- NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
- NIH Technical Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA)
- NIH Post baccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA)
- NIH Graduate Partnerships Program (GPP)
Immediate opening for a Graduate Research Assistant working with principal investigator for several research grants awarded to the School of Nursing. Provide data collection, data entry, data management, data reporting and other research support as assigned. 10 hours/week, $6000 stipend/semester plus tuition waiver. Differential is not included in the waiver; waiver does not apply to Summer 2015 tuition. Must be flexible to accommodate variation in work demand and competent in use of Microsoft Office programs. SPSS experience a plus.
If interested in the position, contact:
Loretta Heuer, PhD, RN - Loretta.email@example.com
701-231-8205 (office) 701-238-8484 (cell)
- NDSU Career Center Graduate Assistantships
- How to search site: Go to the NDSU Career Center website https://www.ndsu.edu/career --> Click on "Employment Opportunities" located on the left hand side of the page --> Click on "NDSU Part-Time Job Board" --> In the drop down menu, select "Show only Graduate Assistantship Jobs," then select "Sort Results" --> Follow the postings application instructions to apply
- The Wisconsin Population Health Service Fellowship Program
- CDC Career Training Fellowships
- Kennedy Krieger Institute partnering with James A. Ferguson on an Emerging Infectious Diseases Fellowship program - Applications due January 31, 2016
- The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans - Applications due November 1
- Dr. James A. Ferguson Emerging Infectious Diseases Fellowship - Application deadline for 2015 has passed
- Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education - CDC Fellowships
- Laura W. Bush Traveling Fellowship
- National Rural Health Fellow Program
- NDSU Extension Intern Program for Native American Students
- March of Dimes Program Services Intern
- Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board Internships
- APHA General Internships
- Directors of Health Promotion and Education-Health Equity
- Gay Men's Health Crisis
- Global Approach to Development is seeking interns to assist members of the administrative team in providing professional leadership to organize, administer, and provide support to underserved communities.
- Work on strategies that assist in continuously improving the lives of poor communities.
- Assist in providing professional leadership to organize, administer, and provide support for a creative development program.
- Assist in establishing GAD programs.
- Communicate and work effectively and constructively with members of GAD.
- Work to implement the vision and mission of GAD.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work on multiple projects
- Proven team player with great interpersonal skills
- Strong computer expertise with knowledge of various writing and design computer programs
To Apply: Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, Complete the online application form: http://www.gapdev.org/volunteer-application/
THIS IS A NON-PAID INTERNSHIP
- The George Washington University - Senior Manager, Health Care Professional Education
- Oregon Health Authority - Job Openings
- Operations and Policy Analyst (Biosafety Officer) - Oregon Health Authority
- Newborn Screening Manager - Oregon Health Authority
- General Microbiology Manager - Oregon Health Authority
- Dakota Medical Foundation - Job Openings
- White Earth Nation - Current Job Openings
- Aetna Inc.
- American Cancer Society Account Representative: Fargo, ND or Mandan, ND
- Candeska Cikana Community College, Fort Totten, ND
- Caregivers - Creative care for Reaching Independence (CCRI)
- GPTCHB Employment Opportunities
- Masters in Public Health.com Scholarship information
- Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
- Tylenol Scholarship News
- Express Scripts Scholarship Opportunity - Deadline August 31, 2015
- APHA-SA Annual Meeting Scholarship for Students
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Program
- Florence Young Memorial Scholarship, Association on American Indian Affairs - Available for application at the end of February
- Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship
- Tylenol Future Care Scholarship
- Public Health Online - Resource listing many scholarships and grants
- Travel Scholarship from American Public Health Association’s American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Caucus
- Dr. Alma S. Adams Scholarships
- American Indian Graduate Center
- Rotary offers prestigious international scholarships of $30,000 or more for graduate students pursuing careers in fields that support peace and conflict prevention/resolution, disease prevention and treatment, water and sanitation, maternal and child health, basic education and literacy, and economic and community development. Consult with your Rotary Club for details: https://www.rotary.org/