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Summer Youth Campaign Internship Application
Are you excited about health, wellness, and the BHS community? Do you want to improve the student environment and help your peers prevent/reduce/stop substance use through fun programming, social media, and education? Join Burlington Partnership for a Healthy Community this summer for a special opportunity to be leaders and positively impact BHS. Summer interns will play an important part in designing, planning, and launching parts of a new substance use education and prevention campaign for students at BHS.

Opportunity to make up to $600 by the end of the summer for a commitment of 5 hours per week. Fill out the application below. BPHC supervisors will read each application as we receive them. Be sure to keep an eye on your email as we will definitely email you to tell you if you were selected for a brief, 30 minute interview.

Whatever your plans are for after high school, this is a great experience and resume builder for the future. We can't wait to hear from you and get to know you better!

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2022 Summer Internship Overview

Student Interns will be a part of the Above the Influence team and will directly assist with aspects of the upcoming substance use prevention campaign at BHS launching in Fall 2022.
 
Summer interns will be responsible for helping the Above the Influence team at Burlington Partnership for a Healthy Community in the design and implementation of a youth campaign at BHS that will include many different parts such as fun programs and events, learning opportunities, schoolwide challenges, social media engagement, and graphic/campaign poster design. You’ll play an important part in helping to make sure our messages reach your classmates and that those messages make sense for the BHS student community.  

All work is performed at the BPHC office space located in the Chace Mill building at 1 Mill Street in Burlington, which is a 1 minute walk from the #2 and #9 bus (near the Dominos on Colchester Avenue). Students should have a reliable way to get to and from the office on their own or with the help of a loved one.


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Please share any days and times that you currently have scheduled regular conflicts (example: another summer job shift, a weekly group meeting).  Internship shifts take place during the business work day between 9 and 4, Monday through Friday. Closed on holidays. *
What interested you in this particular internship? Be specific to help us better understand your interests. *
Please share any other extracurricular activities you have done (past or present) (examples: school clubs, activism work, athletics, community service/volunteering, etc.)
Share a bit about your interests and skills in any of the following areas that interns will work on: social media, graphic design and technology, planning programs/events, student engagement (peer-to-peer), or anything else you think is related to the internship description. *
If selected as a summer intern, I agree to respectfully follow all BPHC policies (and any changes to those policies), especially those around COVID-19 safety. This includes wearing appropriate masks at all times when inside BPHC offices (when outside and safely distanced masks will not be required). *
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