Volunteers

Calling All Interns

Live Healthy Gwinnett is now accepting Spring 2021 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.

Summer Interns '20 pt.2

Ideal Candidates:

  • 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
Austin

Austin Queary, Fall Intern

Austin is currently attending Georgia Gwinnett College and majoring in Exercise Science Wellness Promotion. After graduating, Austin plans to pursue a career in Exercise Science as a personal trainer and eventually become a track and field coach. He has a passion for sports and physical activity. Austin’s goal is to promote a healthier lifestyle for the population of Gwinnett County where he grew up. He is excited to serve the community with this opportunity and ready to make a positive impact on the Gwinnett community.

Amy Li, Fall Intern

Amy graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and minors in Environmental and Sustainability Sciences and Classics. Her interests lie in sustainability, ecology, climate and environmental justice, and all forms of community service. A former student supervisor in a college dining hall and a longtime volunteer with food pantries, she believes that good, healthy meals and other wellness resources should be available to everyone and hopes to help reduce food waste around her home.

Amy