COI Project Specialist (Volunteer)
The UCSD Center for Community Health has COI Project Specialist (Volunteer) openings for undergraduate and graduate students interested in advancing their skill sets in public health, community engagement, organizational behavior and human-centered design.
These volunteer (unpaid) positions will support the San Diego County Childhood Obesity Initiative (COI), which is a multi-sector, public-private partnership focused on childhood health. The UCSD Center for Community Health serves as the “backbone” facilitator for this collective impact coalition, which brings together over 500 partners focused on policy, system, and environmental changes to support childhood health and wellbeing. The Co-Directors supervising this position will engage Project Specialists via the UCSD Center for Community Health as well as the UCSD Design Lab, with the latter focused on community-driven approaches to human-centered design within public health. See link for more details on the position and how to apply.