Volunteers

Meet our Summer 2019 Interns

(Left to right): Morgan, Phung, Anna & Kathryn
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Morgan Hess is from Buford, Georgia and is excited to be given the opportunity to promote health and wellness in her hometown. Morgan studied Health Promotion in the College of Public Health at the University of Georgia. After completing her internship, she will be officially graduated from the University of Georgia! Go Dawgs! Morgan wants to work in worksite wellness to promote all aspects of healthy living. She is eager to help people become healthier and is excited to see what the future holds for her professional career.

Kathryn Cook is excited for the opportunity to work among diverse communities and promote healthier lifestyle habits. She was born in Savannah, GA and loved being so close to the beaches. She graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Health in May 2019, but will officially receive her degree upon completing her internship. Kathryn enjoys being active and especially loves playing golf in her free time. Kathryn has a huge heart for those in need, and she plans to use her knowledge in nutrition to help build a healthier community.

Anna Galucki is excited to share healthy habits with youth in her hometown. Anna is going into her sophomore year at Georgia Gwinnett College majoring in Special Education. This new opportunity will allow for Anna to learn more about the importance of healthy living. She is eager to incorporate her new knowledge regarding health into her future career. This summer is going to teach Anna more about her community and how health and wellness plays a large role in individuals’ lives.

Phung Tran works is an undergraduate student at Georgia State University, majoring in Exercise Science and minoring in English. At school, she sits on the board of her major’s club, called MUSCLES, to facilitate collaboration and mentorship between her fellow Exercise Science peers. Before coming to Live Healthy Gwinnett, Tran was an AmeriCorps member, stationed at a Boys and Girls Club, to run a STEM-focused group for a year. Her goal is to have a career which mixes her knowledge in Exercise Science and her STEM experience to provide better access to physical activity and education to children in underserved communities.

Calling All Interns

Live Healthy Gwinnett is now accepting internship applications for Fall 2019!

This is an ideal volunteer internship (unpaid) opportunity for college students pursuing an academic and on-the-job training experience for graduation. We are seeking dynamic, high-energy, efficient college interns to join our organization as part of our Healthy Habits Program.

Selected candidates will gain first-hand knowledge about the roles that Live Healthy Gwinnett plays within County Government, the community and partner initiatives. Through multiple collaborating tasks, interns will gain leadership experience, communication skills, increase their problem-solving and decision-making abilities and expand their professional networking contacts!