Community Outreach and Prevention Education
Program Internship

Community Outreach and Prevention Education Program Internship

Huntsman Cancer Institute is seeking applicants for the Community Outreach and Prevention Education Program Internship.

Selected interns will join an established team devoted to creating long-term solutions to prevent cancer and improve the health of individuals, families, and communities—especially those disproportionately affected by cancer. Interns assist with planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating projects in collaboration with community partners across Utah. Projects focus on cancer risk factors, prevention and screening, vaccination, and lifestyle behaviors. Interns also represent Huntsman Cancer Institute at community health and screening events; engage in statewide coalition work; provide in-person and virtual health education; and collaborate with researchers and clinicians.


Undergraduate and graduate students with a degree in public health, health promotion and education, health sciences, community outreach/engagement, or other relevant field is preferred.

New interns are accepted 3 times per year:

• Spring: January-April (deadline to submit October 31)

• Summer: May-August (deadline to submit March 31)

• Fall/Winter: September-December (deadline to submit July 15)


Interested students should email their application to Nathaniel Ferre at

Applications must include:

• Resume

• Cover letter (include internship requirements and expectations)

• Two letters of recommendation

• Availability