Want to become part of the Horowitz Center team? You can get involved in several different ways. The Center’s work is supported by student volunteers, interns, and students doing independent studies. Please fill out our Student Interest Survey, which is the first step of our application process. Please email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail).
Ways to Get Involved:
Student Volunteers: Volunteers are students with prior experience or education in communication, journalism, information sciences, or health-related areas such as medical anthropology or sociology and interested in learning more about health literacy.
Undergraduate Internships: Undergraduate internships are for students in the Community Health, Public Health Science, and Family Science degree programs who have a required internship, or for students in other departments interested in an internship with the Center. Students must take at least one communications course before they can apply.
Graduate Internships: Graduate internships are for students in the Master of Public Health or Master of Health Administration degree programs and have a required practicum/internship or for graduate students in another program interested in an internship with the Center. Students are strongly encouraged to take a health communications course (or related) and must take a health literacy course before they can apply.
Graduate Assistantships: Graduate students who work with the Center get involved in quantitative and qualitative research projects that impact community health and health literacy. Center faculty currently focus on family health, oral health, digital technologies, environmental health, and disease prevention/health promotion. Students must take a health communications (or related) and a health literacy course before they can apply.
Schools for Smiles: Students who are interested in dentistry and medicine can also volunteer with Schools for Smiles, a student organization that provides oral hygiene lessons in local elementary schools.