Get Involved – Students

Don’t know where to start? Here are a few easy ways to start getting involved:

  • Sign up to receive emails about upcoming events.
  • Attend any H-STAT event to start meeting other H-STAT students.
  •  Explore our website to discover which education, service, and advocacy programs appeal most to you.

Do you want to take your involvement a step further? There are a number of ways to be a leader with H-STAT.

Apply to work on the Board of Directors

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, H-STAT is governed by a Board of Directors who are responsible for maintaining the organization’s mission and ensuring legal and fiduciary compliance as well as raising money to support our work.

In addition to quarterly meetings, each board member is responsible for overseeing different organizational components and program areas.


Internship opportunities

We are always willing to help you with practicum, thesis, or service learning requirements.  Often we have projects you can work on, but if you have your own idea, we can house it and help connect and guide you. Please use the contact form below to inquire about conducting your practicum or thesis work with H-STAT.

Evaluation of our programming is a critical aspect of our work. We strive to perform effective evaluation of all of our programming to ensure that our work is effective and to secure grant funding. Familiarity with evaluation techniques is a valuable skill for many professions. At H-STAT you can gain experience designing, conducting, and analyzing evaluation data. Evaluation work may be conducted as part of a thesis or practicum experience. Please use the contact form below to find out how you can get involved in evaluations.

We are an authorized partner with Emory University’s Financial Aid Office to hire Emory students who have Federal Work Study as part of their financial aid package. Unfortunately, we do not have this authorization with any other schools at this time (if you think your school would be interested, talk to your financial aid office and then have them contact us). 

We typically hire 2-3 work-study students a year to help coordinate office and program activities.

We will post these opportunities here, on the Emory job search site, and send out an announcement through the Rollins School of Public Health Career Services office.

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