Oral Health Equity for All (OHEALL), a non-profit based in Winston-Salem, is seeking interns and volunteers for Spring 2016.
OHEALL is looking for a volunteer data coordinator, communications coordinator, blog writer/editor, graphic designer, health information resource curator and a website developer!
If your are interested in any of these positions, can commit to a minimum of 4 hours per week for at least one semester, please submit your application at www.oheall.org/main/get-involved/ or scan the code… [in the flyer]!
Peer Network Engagement Interns (PNEI) enhance health profession students knowledge and access to information to inform their decisions about the health professions workforce and issues of diversity. Our PNEIs connect and build relationships to strengthen community service learning as a part of the Health Justice Revolution. As a part of this new and exciting partnership, students will help us identify community related activities promoting awareness of how the health professions assist in building human capital across communities. Please consider joining our community engaged service learning experience!