Available Internships/Practicum

2022 and beyond

Any internship/practicum is a learning experience with no expectation of compensation, is not an offer of temporary or permanent employment, and is conducted without any entitlement to a paid job at the conclusion of the internship. Public health programs at various institutions may have differing procedures for internship placement. Students should follow instructions and procedures established by their respective programs for finalizing their public health internship experience.


Division of Public Health Fellowship Opportunity - May 2023

Early career public health professionals are invited to apply for a new, 11-month, paid fellowship program with the North Carolina Division of Public Health. The program has openings for four public health epidemiology fellows and one autopsy technician fellow. Participants in these positions will have the opportunity to work on impactful projects, develop professional skills and expertise, and network with the state’s public health leaders. 

Qualifying applicants will have graduated with a bachelor’s or master’s degree within the last three years in a major that reflects the requirements of the position listing. 

Learn more and apply by May 19