Date Posted Application Deadline Title Organization Minimum Degree Level Posted Salary
4/1/2024 not listed

Office of Child Health Equity Program Manager

Stanford Bachelor's  $66,560-$120,000 per year
3/29/2024 4/5/2024

Pathways Fellow 

CA Pathways into Public Health Bachelor's $26.68 per hour
3/28/2024 Not Listed CEPH Accreditation Support Assistant SFSU - Master's $18-$21 per hour
Not Listed Not Listed Project Policy Analyst UCSF


$26.68 – $56.75 per hour
11/22/2023 Not Listed Receptionist Office Manager Heluna Health Not listed $38.33 USD per hour
9/23 Rolling Applications Development Manager Asian Prisoner Support Committee (APSC)  Doesn't Say $75,000 – $85,000 per year

Community Nutrition Volunteer Coordinator VISTA

This contract position supports the development of the volunteer program by engaging and building relationships with community members, agency partners, and community-based organizations to promote volunteer opportunities, recruit volunteers, and enhance program framework. Under the direction of the Nutrition Education Manager, you will take lead and support volunteers at outreach event activities across San Mateo County and Palo Alto aimed to improve the health and well-being of the communities we serve. This AmeriCorps VISTA position provides a $1515.92 biweekly stipend (set to increase in July 2024) and is a great opportunity for anyone looking to gain or expand their nonprofit work experience.

Program eligibility and requirements:

  • Ages 18 and older
  • 1-year, full-time commitment, start date of 8/12/24
  • Pass a national service criminal history check
  • Hold one of the following statuses: U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, or Lawful Permanent Alien and person residing in a state as a Refugee, asylum or asylee, temporary protected status, or deferred action for childhood arrivals status

To apply: email a cover letter and resume to Evelyn Thai at with the subject line, "Nutrition Volunteer Coordinator VISTA Applicant, Your Name." To learn more about the position, email with any questions or to request a full job description.


The San Francisco State University Department of Public Health is seeking a part-time temporary student assistant to help with preparation for a reaccreditation review. This position reports to the Department Chair for the Department of Public Health. Responsibilities include assembling a resource file of required documents, reviewing and formatting documents to ensure quality and consistency, proofreading the self-study narrative for internal consistency, cohesion and grammar/mechanics, and other related duties as assigned. This position will coordinate with the Department Chair, department Executive Accreditation Committee and department faculty to compile all documents in a timely manner.


  • Current active & attending MPH student
  • Prior experience in accreditation strongly preferred/desired
  • Advanced verbal and (graduate level) written English skills required.
  • Detailed oriented with good analytical abilities
  • Able to organize multiple projects concurrently and prioritize tasks
  • Must work both independent of supervision and with team to adhere to deadlines without prompting


  • Work with faculty to ensure the development and implementation of program content to meet accreditation standards.
  • Work closely with the Department Chair and Executive Accreditation Committee to create reports, collect data, etc. 
  • Provide to faculty the survey data as requested
  • Update and confirm program materials for the department for accreditation compliance.
  • Sit in on Executive Accreditation Committee meetings    
  • Collect and summarize department level data 

Technical Skills

  • Excellent keyboarding skills
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite
  • Advanced knowledge of Box (Cloud Storage)

Interpersonal Skills/Expectations

  • Understand ethical behavior and business practices and ensure own behavior and the behavior of others are consistent with these standards and aligned with the values of the university.
  • Be able to build and establish positive working relationships with the Executive Accreditation Committee, faculty, university staff, and students (as needed).
  • Meet the needs of the Executive Accreditation Committee, faculty and university staff, and students (as needed), by anticipating, understanding, and responding even when that need is not clearly conveyed.
  • Feel comfortable working cooperatively and effectively with other departments on campus as well as immediate coworkers and students to help resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance department accreditation effectiveness.
  • Know how to set priorities, develop a work schedule, monitor progress towards goals, and track details/data/information/activities.
  • Assess problem situations to identify causes, gather and process relevant information, generate possible solutions, and make recommendations to the Executive Accreditation Committee.

Physical Demands

A successful individual will be able to meet the physical demands described here to perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  This job requires the employee to:

  • sit for periods of a few hours at a time
  • use hands with freedom
  • reach out with hands and arms
  • stand and walk
  • lift and move 25 lbs.
  • use a computer and telephone

The salary will be $21 per hour, and time base is 20 hours per week. Start date is ASAP.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter directly to

We are seeking highly motivated, compassionate, and energetic summer interns to help lead a Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) program with 6 to 8 teens in the Richmond/San Pablo area as part of the 2024 UCSF-UC Berkeley YPAR Summer Intern Program. With your guidance, the YPAR students will spearhead a research project related to ongoing health research at the UCSF Clear Lab. This full-time program consists of didactics, field trips to different research labs, hands-on fieldwork experience, and personalized career development with teens (ages 14 – 17) living in Richmond and the surrounding area.


  • Attending the full three-week orientation  
  • Availability from Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., throughout the entire 12-week program starting May 22 to August 14, 2024. Up to 1-week of off-time is allowable as long as discussed prior to the start of program. We expect interns to be available during these times, with final work schedule to come. 
  • Must have a valid Driver's License and clean driving record. In this position, you will be responsible for the pickup and transportation of YPAR students throughout the program as needed. Leads are expected to be well-organized and communicate frequently to students the lesson plans and expectations of each day 
  • Proactively preparing and reading lessons and activities 
  • Researching appropriate websites and resources to support the project 

If you are interested in applying, please submit a 1-page cover letter and a CV describing your interests and experience to

Cancer Support Community San Francisco Bay Area
2024 Summer Internship in Cancer Support Services

Cancer Support Community (CSC) provides comprehensive psychosocial care and integrative therapies for cancer  patients, survivors and caregivers. We are one of the largest direct service cancer support organizations in the  U.S., serving over 2,000 people annually. Our main center is in Walnut Creek in central Contra Costa County.  We also have a satellite location in Antioch in East Contra Costa County that focuses on underserved communities. Celebrating over 30 years of nationally recognized mission delivery, the organization now offers hybrid and virtual programs.

The Cancer Support Community is offering a unique summer practicum opportunity specifically designed for a graduate student in Public Health. This practicum is perfect for individuals interested in honing their skills in data analysis, interpretation, presentation, and program evaluation. The chosen student will delve into analyzing program utilization within our organization and exploring methods for implementing evaluation measures.


Summer Practicum Requirements


  • Tentative Start Dates: June 3rd through August 1st (dates flexible)
  • Time commitment: 15-20 hours per week
  • Position will be hybrid, most work will be done remotely, with the exception of a few CSC events and meetings.
  • Must be available to come in person to our Walnut Creek location during the first week for orientation and meet with CSC staff
  • Must be able to attend CSC all staff meetings (1x/month)
  • Must be available to work in person at John Muir Cancer Center to support CSC’s Patient Navigator at least twice a month.



A $500 stipend is available for students upon completion of this internship.

If you are interested and would like to apply, please email Caroline Sison, MPH, Director of Educational Programs and Outreach at

Volunteer Opportunities

Santa Clara Co. Community Health Outreach Volunteer (CHOV) needed

Community Health Outreach Volunteer (CHOV)

Interested in improving the lives of people who use drugs?

Santa Clara County CHOV volunteers work with Santa Clara County Public Health Department staff to provide harm reduction services including syringe and harm reduction supply access, overdose prevention education, safer drug use education, MAT recruitment and harm reduction outreach throughout the County of Santa Clara.

CHOV workers undergo a 12 week harm reduction and outreach training and are expected to volunteer at least twice a month for at least one year after they complete their training. CHOVs are given a certificate by the county at the end of their year of service.

Join us every Wednesday from August 28 to December 11 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

The training and certification is free with volunteer commitment.

For more information, please email