Live Healthy Gwinnett is now accepting Summer 2020 internship applications! This is an ideal unpaid internship opportunity for students pursuing an academic and on-the-job training experience. Selected candidates will experience first-hand knowledge about the roles that Live Healthy Gwinnett plays within County Government, the Gwinnett community, and partner initiatives. Through multiple collaborating tasks, the interns will gain leadership experience, communication skills, increase their problem-solving and decision-making abilities and expand their professional networking contacts.
- Public Health or Public Administration majors
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
- Great interpersonal, organizational and customer service skills
- Flexible schedule and be able to work up to 40 hours per week (whole or half days), Monday – Saturday
Meet our 2020 Spring Interns
Hannah is currently attending the University of Georgia and will graduate in May 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and minor in Public Health. She has previously worked in multiple healthcare fields as a volunteer through Piedmont Athens Regional, Compassionate Care Hospice and Athens Orthopedic Clinic. Through her extensive coursework and volunteer opportunities, Hannah has become cognizant of arising health issues such as minority health, childhood obesity, and cardiovascular health. Being raised in Gwinnett County, Hannah is excited to work and improve the wellbeing of her community.
A current student at Georgia Gwinnett College, Jesse will graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science Wellness Promotion. Through her engagement with outdoor activities at a young age, Jesse realizes the importance of being physically active and healthy. Jesse’s goal is to spread the word that being physically active can be fun and not just as a competitive sport. Live Healthy Gwinnett is an excellent avenue for Jesse to be involved with her community!
Jourdan is a senior studying Exercise Science Wellness Promotion at Georgia Gwinnett College. Growing up, he always had a passion for helping people and doing the right thing. Through his volunteer work, Jourdan has been a part of wellness programming, making a difference to community members and peers. Jourdan is looking forward to making a positive impact on the health of Gwinnett by targeting underserved populations.