Communications Intern—Fall 2022
The California Prevention Training Center at UCSF focuses on training sexual health providers and educators as well as building the capacity of public health departments and community-based organizations. The department’s communications focus is on developing materials that reflect our values of promoting equity, building capacity, and prioritizing people.
The communications intern will be one of two interns working with the communications staff (three people). All required activities would be online with the possibility of occasional in-person meetings.
Intern projects will be selected in collaboration with the intern and may include contributing to the following communications projects and platforms:
- Podcast production, including writing show notes, reviewing unpublished episodes, etc.
- Social media, including podcast promotion
- Photo and video editing, depending on experience
- Remediation (making all materials accessible and 508 compliant)
- Analysis of communications platforms including website, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Spotify, and making recommendations for improvement
- Selection of images for all platforms
- Newsletter preparation
- Contributing to production of online courses
The intern will receive a $2,000 stipend, subject to successful completion of 120 hours over the course of September-December 2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled, with recommended submission of materials by August 22nd.
Requirements: Preference for interns enrolled in an undergraduate program at the junior or senior level in and around the San Francisco Bay Area.
To apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume to Tammy Kremer at email@example.com. We welcome applications from people of all identities, including race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, and genetic information. Applications are especially encouraged from those with historically underrepresented identities, including queer and trans people and people of color.
Since 1989, the California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC) has been funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to deliver high-quality, state-of-the-art training and technical assistance to health professionals and health care organizations related to STI prevention, diagnosis and treatment. CAPTC has established an innovative, cost-effective training and technical assistance center with expertise in training providers (clinical PTC), providing training and capacity building to CDC-funded STI programs (NQIC), training disease investigation specialists (DISTC), and building health department capacity (CBA). CAPTC is a part of the UCSF Department of OB/Gyn & RS, SFGH Division, and has faculty with national-level expertise in STIs and HIV.
Learn more about our mission, vision, and values.