|The National Cancer Institute Health Communications Internship: Call for Applications|
The National Cancer Institute is accepting applications for its 2014 Health Communications Internship Program (HCIP) class.
Applications for the 2014 term are due by March 4.
Apply online! See website for further details.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI), the largest of the 27 institutes and centers comprising the National Institutes of Health, is the federal government’s principal agency for cancer research and training. The NCI coordinates the National Cancer Program, which conducts and supports research, training, health information dissemination, and other programs with respect to the cause, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of cancer; rehabilitation from cancer; and continuing care of cancer patients and the families of cancer patients.
The NCI recognizes that health information dissemination is key to raising public awareness about new cancer treatments, support for cancer patients and their families, and prevention strategies. To that end, in 1975 the NCI established the Health Communications Internship Program (HCIP) to attract and develop individuals interested in careers in health communications and science writing.
The HCIP gives highly qualified graduate students and recent graduate degree recipients the opportunity to participate in vital health and science communications projects in one of the many offices that make up the NCI. Interns will select an area of emphasis: Health Communications or Science Writing. Six-month and one-year internship terms are available.
Successful Health Communications applicants have some science background as well as experience and/or education in any of the following areas: public health, epidemiology, public relations, health education, communications, science writing, statistics, social marketing, or journalism. Health Communications interns responsibilities include the following:
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