INTERNSHIP POSITIONS & JOB OPENINGS - See info below & attachments
Partnership of Native American Cancer Prevention (NACP) Position: Internship with NACP Evaluation Team
The recipient of the internship will receive cross-cultural program evaluation methods training and participate in all aspects of the NACP program evaluation. The intern will learn about program evaluation including process, impact, and outcome assessment.
The intern will assist with data entry, and monthly/quarterly/special report writing. He or she will work closely with the Evaluator and the Program Coordinator to support the evaluation process. Experience with Access databases, some experience with SPSS
or statistics, good writing skills, and interest to learn new computer programs preferred.
Position: Internship with Cancer education
The recipient of this internship will have the opportunity to work on cancer projects in breast cancer, colorectal cancer and cancer risk factors and behaviors of the Hopi Tribe. This student will have the opportunity to assist with focus groups, face
to face interviews, disseminating results of previous findings and transcribing manuscript of findings.
Position: Hopi Office of Prevention and Intervention (HOPI) Cancer Support Services:
• Planning Big Events- Cancer Conferences, Men’s Night Out, Girls Night Out, National Women’s Health Week • 100 Mile Club Activities • Planning, Implementing and Evaluating programs • Cancer Research • Education/Outreach-Various types of Cancer • Be a part of the Advisory Group-Host meetings, Keep in contact with advisory members • Help during our Mobile on-site mammography (mom) • Highway Cleanup
Northern Arizona University’s Partnership for Native American Cancer Prevention is recruiting for a part-time, temporary Liaison and two Lay Health Workers to work with the Native American community in Flagstaff. Qualifications include having close connections
within Flagstaff’s Native American community.
The Liaison will be responsible for planning community cancer prevention activities for Flagstaff’s Native American community, facilitating an advisory committee, coordinating with clinics, and supervising lay health workers.
The 2 Lay Health Workers will be responsible for organizing and conducting cancer prevention activities for Flagstaff’s Native American community.
The positions are part-time, temporary, grant-funded for 16 hours per week; possibility of more hours. Hourly wage depends upon qualifications; no benefits. Continuation of positions is dependent on grant funds through August 31, 2012.