The Child & Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative (CAHMI) at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health is looking for a motivated, self-directed intern to work primarily with the CAHMI’s Data Resource Center (DRC). The purpose of the National Maternal and Child Health Data Resource is to make National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH) findings readily available through its online, user-friendly Interactive Data Query, downloadable datasets, and complementary resources. to support Title V Maternal and Child Health Service Block Grant programs and partners. The CAHMI intern will: (1) assist staff in preparing and double-checking data regarding child, maternal, and family health; (2) provide support for various tasks related to the launch of upcoming NSCH data, including creation of supporting documents and entering data into survey manager software; (3) to create “data snapshots,” or interactive data reports using; and perform other related duties as required. The applicant must be a current undergraduate student at Johns Hopkins University enrolled in a major related to the health or social sciences field. Interest in research and measurement, especially in the topic of children’s health, is preferred. MS Office skills required; some exposure to MCH measurement and website creation or upkeep preferred. Strong writing and communication skills required. Applicant must have strong attention to detail and a basic understanding of research principles.
Please apply by sending resume and cover letter to Rebecca Zavala (email@example.com)