Community Outreach, Research and Engagement (CORE) Intern
Position overview: CORE Interns work on a wide range of community research projects using research best practices; data-driven decision-making; evidence-based approaches; program evaluation; and community assessments to advance public health issues confronting local communities. CORE Interns may also support OHSU investigator-led community-engaged research studies.
General responsibilities: CORE Interns responsibilities depend on the specific projects, including and not limited to:
· Participate in local research coalitions to support community education and project development
· Apply a culturally sensitive and equity lens to all projects
· Apply ethical principles that govern the practice of public health
· Apply evidence-based approaches to public health and social issues and programs
· Apply principles of research design to assess health and social problems
· Assess and interpret literature
· Develop presentations and reports for academic and community audiences
· Attend CORE team meetings (video or in person)
· Organize and track internship project processes and outcomes
· Develop a final presentation at end of internship (e.g., PPT) presented to CORE team members
Graduate or Undergraduate preferred. 10 - 16 hours per week preferred, but will work with students schedules.
Applications accepted over the 6 month period. Actual engagement time is flexible, but 4-8 weeks is preferred.