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  • Family Resiliency Center Marketing Communications Internship

    Internship Coordinator: Brenda Koester


    This internship is available as:

    • Paid

    This internship is available for the following semesters:

    • Fall
    • Spring
    • Summer

    Internship Description:
    The Family Resiliency Center is seeking a Student Intern to work 10 hours per week on a variety of projects, including updating and maintaining website content and providing assistance to the Family Resiliency Center Staff. Sharing and spreading messages and news via a variety of outlets, including social media, will also be part of this internship.

    Website management is a key component to this job, as FRCs website is a critical piece in the Centers overall communication and dissemination strategy. This is a paid position ($10/hr.). The schedule for this internship is flexible during the operating hours of 8:30-5 Monday Friday, but does require a time commitment of 8-10 hours per week. Intern will start as soon as possible, with the potential for summer work.

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    The Family Resiliency Center (FRC) is dedicated to advancing knowledge and practices that strengthen families’ abilities to meet life’s challenges and thrive. The Center accomplishes this through transdisciplinary research, education, and outreach collaborations with members on campus and in the community. Research projects at FRC aim to understand the ecological, economic, cultural and family level factors that promote health and wellbeing for children and families. We work with children, families, care providers, and immigrant families to create interventions to reduce health disparities and morbidities associated with chronic health conditions, such as childhood obesity.

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