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Apply to Be an Epi Scholar in Seattle

Public Health - Seattle & King County is now accepting applications for their summer 2014 Epi Scholars program.

The 2014 Epi Scholars Program administered by Public Health - Seattle & King County offers real-world experience to graduate students.  

January 15, 2014

Public Health - Seattle & King County is now accepting applications for their 2014 Epi Scholars program. The internship starts June 16, 2014, and ends August 22, 2014. Participants will receive approximately $8,600 in compensation. Applicants must have completed at least one year of graduate school, including at least one advanced epidemiology course.

The Epi Scholars program offers:

  • Mentoring by some of the nation’s leading epidemiologists and researchers
  • Enhanced academic opportunities and seminars in methods, theory, and public health practice
  • Practical experience in statistical analysis using programs such as SAS®, SPSS®, STATA®, or SUDAAN®
  • Opportunities to present project findings to senior epidemiologists and their peers
  • Possibility of working on a publishable report or thesis support
  • Opportunities to interact and collaborate with Epi Scholars and senior public health professionals from across the country

Applications for the 2014 summer session will be accepted from January 15–February 15 and are available through the New York City Epi Scholars website. Only electronic applications will be reviewed.

Students are invited to (1) review the website for information about the program, (2) start writing their personal statements, and (3) identify possible authors of letters of recommendations.

For more information contact Karen Hartfield, Public Health - Seattle & King County at . Additional information is available at the Public Health - Seattle & King County website.

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