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Nine months ago, I was a Harvard sophomore who was searching for a summer internship, preferably one in my area of interest, public health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was an obvious option for me. Not only is it one of the leading players in the field of public health,  it also had the added appeal of being based in Atlanta, the city I grew up in and where my parents still live.

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Hello, I’m from North Hollywood, CA and I’m interning at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) in the Office of Human Services Policy. I will begin my senior year this fall at Bucknell University and I am double majoring in Political Science and Sociology. 

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Hello, I’m from North Hollywood, CA and I’m interning at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) in the Office of Human Services Policy. I will begin my senior year this fall at Bucknell University and I am double majoring in Political Science and Sociology.  

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My name is Colleen, and I am from Seattle, Washington. This past year, I began my undergraduate degree at the College of William & Mary. Before my freshman year of college even began, I knew I wanted to be working the summer after it ended.

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YE4C Internship

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Are you interested in doing your part to help end homelessness, while gaining job experience? The U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) is seeking a part-time administrative intern to support its work to reduce and end homelessness in the United States. This position is open until filled.

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If you are a recent graduate and do not have much experience in the workforce, you can find opportunities here! Internships are available for recent high school, college and graduate students. 

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Youth Jobs+ is a White House initiative to connect young people with jobs, internships, and other employment opportunities by bringing together businesses, nonprofit and faith-based organizations, and elected officials to help create pathways to employment for youth. The website partners with Internships.com to provide an internship search tool for students. 

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The Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities (WRP) connects federal and private sector employers to qualified college students and recent graduates with disabilities through internships or permanent jobs. Find out how WRP can help you find a job or internship if you are an eligible student or recent graduate.

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Complete an internship and enter a professional career in childcare and youth development programs with Project Y.E.S., an internship program that engages college students in providing services for military families. 

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Expand Your Skills

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Taking all the credit for something may be tempting at times, but giving other members of a team project the credit they deserve will make you stand out. 

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Do you know about all of the opportunities available to you in the health field? Listen to a young Pharmacy Technician, a Lab Aide, and others speak about the skills and training required to enter the allied health field.

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Get ready for the 21st century job market and learn to code! 

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Changing your career path may be easier than you think. Most skills you learn at one job are transferrable to another. Find out which skills you need for that next job and which ones you already have. 

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Watch the difference a change in attitude makes in an interview.

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