Public Health Entomology Inter

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Are you interested or curious about entomology? Do you want to explore the intersection of entomology and health equity? Do you want to engage in social justice work and science? Would you like to learn about Public Health Entomology as a profession and learn applied entomological strategies to prevent and control vector-borne diseases? If this sounds like something you would like to explore, then you should consider applying for an internship or fellowship through Public Health Entomology For All , an exciting new opportunity for current students or recent undergraduate graduates of a Minority Serving Institution . In partnership with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Entomological Society of America (ESA) created the Public Health Entomology For All (PHEFA) program as we recognize entomology and ESA have a role in creating a more just and equitable community and world. Entomology touches almost every aspect of our lives, including the food we eat, air we breathe, water we drink, and medicine we use to heal our bodies. Unfortunately, minority and underserved communities do not always receive the full range of benefits from entomology-particularly as it relates to public health. PHEFA Internships and Fellowships will encourage students and recent graduates who are interested in social justice and health equity to pursue entomology as a career and work toward a future in which all communities benefit from creative, inclusive, and equitable scientific processes and solutions. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will host a total of six PHEFA Interns in its field offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Fort Collins, Colorado; and San Juan, Puerto Rico, during the summer of 2022. Interns will work alongside experienced entomologists in CDC's Division of Vector-Borne Diseases who are creating solutions to public health challenges, like Dengue virus, Zika virus, Lyme disease, and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever. Consider applying for this internship even if you do not live or attend school near any of the locations, as housing will be provided at the host location. PHEFA Internships are paid, and ESA will provide one round-trip ticket to the location of the field office each intern is placed. Timing. PHEFA internships
Are you interested or curious about entomology? Do you want to explore the intersection of entomology and health equity? Do you want to engage in social justice work and science? Would you like to learn about Public Health Entomology as a profession and learn applied entomological strategies to prevent and control vector-borne diseases? If this sounds like something you would like to explore, then you should consider applying for an internship or fellowship through Public Health Entomology For All , an exciting new opportunity for current students or recent undergraduate graduates of a Minority Serving Institution . In partnership with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Entomological Society of America (ESA) created the Public Health Entomology For All (PHEFA) program as we recognize entomology and ESA have a role in creating a more just and equitable community and world. Entomology touches almost every aspect of our lives, including the food we eat, air we breathe, water we drink, and medicine we use to heal our bodies. Unfortunately, minority and underserved communities do not always receive the full range of benefits from entomology-particularly as it relates to public health. PHEFA Internships and Fellowships will encourage students and recent graduates who are interested in social justice and health equity to pursue entomology as a career and work toward a future in which all communities benefit from creative, inclusive, and equitable scientific processes and solutions. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will host a total of six PHEFA Interns in its field offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Fort Collins, Colorado; and San Juan, Puerto Rico, during the summer of 2022. Interns will work alongside experienced entomologists in CDC's Division of Vector-Borne Diseases who are creating solutions to public health challenges, like Dengue virus, Zika virus, Lyme disease, and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever. Consider applying for this internship even if you do not live or attend school near any of the locations, as housing will be provided at the host location. PHEFA Internships are paid, and ESA will provide one round-trip ticket to the location of the field office each intern is placed. Timing. PHEFA internships
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