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Endodontic office will teach you on the job. No prior experience is required. The only requirement is a positive attitude, willingness to contribute and be part of the team.
Each intern will be assigned a mentor at his or her site. The mentor will be responsible for helping the intern to develop skills and learning, and for providing the intern with a detailed description regarding his or her roles and responsibilities. An intern’s responsibilities may include designing, coordinating, implementing, or assessing the performance of substance prevention programs. The work may include developing prevention plans to increase substance misuse awareness; developing prevention education programs; organizing and participating in trainings for staff or other organizations; and preparing and maintaining reports, records, and documents pertaining to funding sources, data collection, and program evaluation.
Individuals seeking selection into the internship must meet the following criteria and provide associated documentation:
(1) U.S. citizenship or U.S. Territories and Pacific Jurisdictions residency;
(2) For education, an applicant must have completed at least two (2) years of college (or 60 credit hours) from an accredited academic institution, with an emphasis in public health, behavioral health, clinical or social science areas.
(3) Two letters of recommendation from an academic and/or professional reference;
(4) A detailed essay (of no more than two pages) on why the candidate should be selected for the internship, and how selection would support his or her career goals (to be completed through the online application); and
(5) Experience in substance abuse prevention and/or behavioral health prevention/promotion.