The purpose of this position is to assist the Knowledge Management and Communications Team
with COVID-19 communications and knowledge management-related projects and tasks. The
internship will be 15-20 hours/week starting May 2021 and ending in August 2021, with the
potential for extension until December 2021. The hours and schedule are flexible depending on
the intern’s availability.
A stipend will be given out at the end of the internship. Course credit may also be available.
CORE Group fosters collaborative action and learning to improve and expand communityfocused public health practices. Established in 1997 in Washington D.C., CORE Group is an independent not-for-profit organization, and home of the Community Health Network, which brings together CORE Group member organizations, scholars, advocates and donors to support the health of underserved mothers, children and communities around the world.
The Knowledge Management and Communications Team strengthens knowledge-sharing and
communications between CORE Group, its membership, and the broader global health and
international development community to advocate for key community health activities and
messages, and to demonstrate CORE Group’s value and impact in the field. Currently, CORE
Group is convening members and partners to discuss their institutional positions vis-à-vis
COVID-19 in an effort to coordinate and support the global response. The COVID-19Knowledge Management & Communications Intern would primarily work on a Pfizer-grant funded project on Vaccine Hesitancy, as well as related COVID-19 and vaccine work.
Please see the link to the full job description for more information.
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use “COVID-19 KM and Comms Intern Summer 2021” as the subject line. No phone calls
please. Only potential interviewees will be contacted. Women of color, LGBTQI+, and
people living with disabilities are encouraged to apply.