PHMDC is committed to helping build tomorrow's public health work force. PHMDC offers practical experience in a local health department, with exposure to a variety of public health programs and disciplines.
- Internships: All positions filled
- Academic Credit: All positions filled
- Volunteers: All positions filled
If a vehicle is required as part of the work assignment with PHMDC, the student/volunteer must obey all applicable rules of the road, including possessing a valid driver's license and private automobile insurance. No mileage reimbursement is provided and it is not permissible to drive a government-owned vehicle. Full-time interns will receive a parking pass or bus pass as needed.
PHMDC is a public institution. In order to work with students, there must be an affiliation agreement between PHMDC and the academic institution the student attends. This agreement outlines the relationship between PHMDC and the academic institution.
If the student attends an academic institution that does not have an affiliation agreement, the Affiliation Agreement template should be given to the student's advisor along with:
Student fees are $500 per student payable by the academic institution the student attends. PHMDC may waive this fee for interns in a learning experience of 20 to 40 hours per week with a total of 250 to 400 hours.