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Summer Associates for Auburn University
We have three areas the Summer Associates can work in: Rural Health, Food Insecurity, and K-12 education. Program descriptions are below. Auburn University’s commitment to public engagement includes a strategic goal to partner with units within University Outreach, school districts, government, and non-profit organizations to provide initiatives specifically designed to prepare underserved K-12 students in the state of Alabama for college and or the workforce. In tapping into the human and intellectual resources of Auburn University and other partnerships, the Center for Educational Outreach and Engagement (CEOE) will provide academic, social, and cultural experiences to these students with the intention of leveraging their opportunities for success in college and society. The program provides hands-on activities for students including local field trips, sessions on character building, wellness, art, natural sciences, history, STEM, global awareness, and other interesting topics. Summer Associates working at this site may be doing a variety of things such as: working in the clinic, seeking volunteers, grant-writing, helping build and maintain partnerships with the community, continuing to develop the sites social media presence, community education and awareness events, and development of educational materials and resources the community can use. The final goal of the assignment is to reduce the health professional shortage that is adversely affecting underserved areas in Alabama. This position will be at the Chambers County Community Health and Wellness Center. They will also connect clients, students, faculty, and staff to existing resources in the Lee County area. The member will manage social media and create marketing materials for the program. They will create a virtual Volunteer Fair and research other innovative ways to promote all programs. The member will evaluate the Circle K student organization and implement recommendations for improvement.
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This listing is currently not accepting applications.

Member Duties : The summer associates will work is the areas of Rural Health, k-12 initiatives, and food insecurity. The SA will help provide direct service for these programs by working with these projects hands-on. For the Rural Health project, the SA will be in Chambers County, AL. The other SA positions will be in Auburn, AL.
Program Benefits : None
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Terms :
Permits attendance at school during off hours ,  Permits working at another job during off hours ,  Car recommended . 
Service Areas :
Community Outreach ,  Hunger ,  Education ,  Children/Youth . 
Skills :
Team Work ,  Teaching/Tutoring ,  Public Speaking ,  Non-Profit Management ,  Recruitment ,  Youth Development ,  Writing/Editing . 
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Summer Associates for Auburn University

Program Start/End Date
06/05/2023  -   07/31/2023

Work Schedule Full Time

Education level
Some college

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  None

Program Locations ALABAMA   Atlanta  


Accepting Applications
From  04/25/2023  To  06/16/2023 

Contact Jocelyn Vickers
201 O. D. Smith Hall
Auburn University   AL   36849

Listing ID 118372


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