The Public Health Corps is a volunteer program that offers students service-learning experiences in which they can apply classroom learning to diverse, real-world public health activities. Students have the opportunity to complete short-term assignments at the request of our practice partners.

The program allows students to:

  • Work with public health practitioners and administrators
  • Increase the capacity of public health agencies to complete activities
  • Explore potential employment settings
  • Increase skills to practice public health
  • Serve the community through meaningful action

Eligibility

Current undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral public health students in good academic standing can join the Public Health Corps.

Student Commitment

  • Make a commitment to the program for one academic year at minimum
  • Complete a program orientation
  • Complete at least 5-10 hours of public health community service
  • Call or meet with the site preceptor
  • Track the number of hours worked
  • Complete all online evaluation forms
  • Be a positive representative of the Fairbanks School of Public Health
  • Abide by the IU Student Code of Conduct while on a Corps assignment.

Please complete the information below to enroll in the Public Health Corps! When you are done, click submit to move to the next form in the registration.

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