AASTEC Internship Program

If you would like to apply for a summer internship, the application will open on February 14, 2020. The deadline for submitting your application is March 6, 2020 at 5 PM MST.

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The Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center (AASTEC) is committed to working with American Indian/Alaska Native undergraduate and graduate students to provide them with exposure to applied public health practice within a tribal-serving organization. An internship with AASTEC is an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience and skills in the areas of data collection and management, survey design, program evaluation, community-based health research, developing health education/communication materials and much more!

Interns will work directly with AASTEC program staff including our epidemiologists and evaluation specialists.

This is an 8-12 week paid internship for up to 30 hours per week in the summer.

NOTE: If you are looking to fulfill a practicum, field experience, or capstone course requirement, please contact Dr. Dixit (adixit@aaihb.org) before proceeding with the application.

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Real world Experience

Work in a professional environment that puts you at the forefront of public health issues in Native communities throughout the Albuquerque IHS Area.

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community impact

Give back to communities via outreach, public health education, and public health intervention programs.

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Data Collection and Analysis

Collect and analyze health data and use it to promote public health in our Native communities.

Eligibility criteria

American Indian/Alaska Native

In order to intern with AASTEC, you must be enrolled in a federally or state-recognized tribe.

Education

We currently accept applications from undergraduate (you must have completed at least one year of college coursework) and graduate students. You must also be in good academic standing in your major or program.