Monday, August 17, 2015

Legacy HBCU Initiative Internship

The American Legacy Foundation is currently searching for energetic and COMMITTED individuals for our Fall 2015 Internship Program.  In addition to working within their respective departments, interns will be exposed to tobacco knowledge, current issues in public health and career development opportunities.  The internship duration is September 2015 through December 2015.  Interns are paid competitively (including a travel stipend) and are eligible to participate in the program for up to two semesters.

The HBCU Initiative Intern will provide research & administrative support for the implementation of HBCU Initiative programs and activities including but not limited to: the Tobacco-Free HBCU Initiative meetings, events, and activities connected to the promotion and engagement plan of the Student Activism toolkit.  Interested applicants should have a minimum of 1 year relevant experience in youth outreach, public health education, and health promotion or project implementation.  Experience working on multiple tasks and projects in a fast paced environment is essential.


Ideal candidates are current students pursuing their undergraduate degree. An interest in public health or tobacco control is a plus. Those interested in applying should send their resume, references, and answers to the following questions (in 250 words or less).Why are you interested in interning at American Legacy Foundation? What do you hope to contribute to Legacy during your time as an intern? How will this help you in your future career?

Click here to apply.