|Timestamp||Title of opportunity||Who is the host organization||What is the One Health description of this opportunity (limit 50 words)?||What is the location (city, state, country, or online) of the opportunity?||What are the requirements of this opportunity?||What is the time commitment?||When is the application deadline?||Please provide a URL link to more information about this program.||Who is the point of contact for this program?||Is this program ongoing / offered annually?||Who is the person submitting this opportunity?||What is the email address of the person submitting this opportunity?|
|Date Submitted||Title||Host organization||Description||Location (city, state)||Requirements||Time commitment||Application deadline||URL to more information||Point of contact||Ongoing / offered annually?||Submitter's Name||Submitter's Email|
|5-30-18||Global Health Program Summer Research Internship||Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute||This is an unpaid internship opportunity where the intern will learn about scientific research assignments, grant/manuscript writing, and project development. The intern may have the opportunity to learn how to research grants, develop project proposals, and author publications with our staff.||Washington, DC||Graduate level students with an interest in public health, wildlife health, conservation, or zoonotic/emerging diseases,|
Experience in wildlife health and conservation, public health or animal health preferred, Prior experience in Asia or Africa preferred.
|5-31-18||One Health EpiCore Volunteer||EpiCore||The International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID) is looking for volunteer health professionals with formal education and training in animal, human, and environmental health to join the EpiCore network of over 2,000 members from 142 countries who work to speed-up early detection of outbreaks.||All locations||Formal education and training in animal, human, and environmental health with knowledge of basic principles of epidemiology, infectious disease or related fields.||Rolling basis||https://firstname.lastname@example.org|
|11/26/2018 16:13:03||Biology of Vector-borne Diseases Course||Center for Health in the Human Ecosystem, University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho||The course features internationally recognized instructors, discussions, information and new tools on specific themes in plant, animal and human vector-borne diseases to effectively address current and emerging threats.||Moscow, Idaho, United States of America||Graduate students, postdocs, professionals, extension workers, early career academics||Six days||3/15/2018||www.uidaho.edu/vector-borne-diseases||Professsor Shirley Luckhart, email@example.com, +1 (208) 885-1698||Yes||Kathy De Riemerfirstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com|
|3-19-19||One Health Social Sciences Initiative||One Health Commission||Get involved with this volunteer team to help bring more social scientists to the One Health arena||All meetings and work is done online||A passion for One Health and desire to 'do' something to make it the default way of thinking and acting||4-6 hr/month||Ongoing||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||Ongoing||CMS|
|3-19-19||Bat Rabies Eduction Team||One Health Commission||Work with this volunteer team to raise public awareness about bats and rabies with a message to protect bats because we need them... just don't touch one||All meetings and work is done online||A passion for One Health and desire to 'do' something to make it the default way of thinking and acting||4-6 hr/month||Ongoing||https://email@example.com||Ongoing||CMS|