NJ Parent Link Internship Survey
Each year, Interns will be selected to assist with the NJ Parent Link Initiative.
Interns must be at least 18 years old and have completed 15 college credits to be eligible for participation.
Interns will need to have an interest in maternal/child health, public health, behavioral health, family social services, child care, early education, government or information technology.
Interns will need to make a commitment to work part time hours over an 8-16 week period. The specific days/hours each week will be determined based on each Intern's concurrent school and/or work schedules.
NJ Parent Link Interns will report to the NJ Department of Health, Division of Family Health Services in Trenton. Internship applicants are expected to be team players with strong customer service and critical thinking skills, comfortable performing IT applications and research activities, and proficient at written and verbal communication. Organizational skills are a must.
Intern responsibilities will include assisting with the maintenance and promotion of the
To apply for the NJ Parent Link Internship: