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Global Health Fellows Program II (GHFP-II): Internships in Washington, DC for Summer 2012 (and webinar on same tomorrow) See http://www.ghfp.net/ #development

Internships in Washington, DC for Summer 2012

Applications are being accepted for summer 2012 internships with GHFP-II. All positions are in the Global Health Bureau, US Agency for International Development in Washington, DC. We are seeking diverse candidates with a broad range of skills to fill positions of international scope and importance. Click on the headline above for complete details and the online application process. The deadline for applications is January 31, 2012.


GHFP-II Free Internship Webinar 1/24/12


Maximize your chances for selection with this interactive webinar filled with valuable information to help applicants stand out. A senior GHFP-II staffer will take participants through the basics: crafting a great application, focusing the resume for maximum effectiveness, and more. A current intern will also be online to describe first hand his experience as an HIV/AIDS Testing and Counseling Intern in the Office of HIV/AIDS at USAID. A Q&A session will round out the event. Internship requirements and the application are available on this website.

"How to land your Global Health internship-Tips from a recruiter & intern!"

Tuesday, January 24, 2012, 12-1:30 pm EST, 9-10:30 am PST

Register now, space is limited.

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