This leadership opportunity is for students who wish to pursue an education in social sciences, research, marketing, or public health. Interns will be involved in program evaluation of the public health program, Girls’ Health in Girls’ Hands (GHGH). This is an unpaid internship sponsored by the Boys and Girls Club of Monterey County. Interns may be able to receive school credit as well. The schedule is flexible and we ask that interns commit between 5-20 hours per month for the duration of the school year. We encourage those who are interested in developing skills in research for college application, and/or a career in the nonprofit sector to apply. GHGH Alumnae strongly encouraged to apply as well! Please see the job description for more information. Please submit your resume and cover letter to ematadamas @bgcmc.org by September 29th.
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