Central Valley Tobacco Control Policy Internship

The Central Valley Tobacco Control Policy (CVTCP) Internship Program was established to provide opportunities for college/university students to become directly involved in creating policy change and reducing tobacco-related health disparities among Hispanic/Latinos in the Central Valley.

CVTCP interns will be provided with various trainings on public speaking, tobacco prevention, policy/advocacy work, data collection, and the development of educational material.  Interns will be placed with tobacco programs led by local county health departments or other non-profit organizations – where they will complete internship hours by engaging in policy and health promotion efforts surrounding tobacco use.

For more information contact Ericka Corchado, Internship Coordinator, at ecorchado@healthcollaborative.org

View the Fall 2020 flyer below:

CVTCP Internship Flyer Fall 2020