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Health Media Jobs and Opportunities: A Summer Opportunity and More

Health Media Jobs and Opportunities: A Summer Opportunity and More

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This week's featured listing offers a great summer opportunity for journalism students interested in health reporting. For more experienced writers, we've listed opportunities in non-profits, academia, media and a health care system.

To keep up with the latest discussions on topics relevant to health journalists, follow Career GPS posts and job listings via RSS. To submit a job listing, send me an email at mrorella@usc.edu.

 

Featured Opportunity

Journalism Intern, American Health Care Association (via JobHost)
Location: Washington, D.C.
Status: Part-time Summer Intern
Medium: Online and Print
From the Website: "AHCA is seeking a summer Journalism Intern with a commitment to improving lives by delivering solutions for quality care. Provider, a national trade magazine with more than 52,000 subscribers, is looking for an editorial intern, part-time, to assist with producing its website and print magazine for long term and post-acute care professionals."

 

New Job Listings

Health Editor, About.com
Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-time
Medium: Online

Web Reporter, Kaiser Health News
Location: Washington, DC
Status: Full-time
Medium: Online

Graphics / Data Visualization Senior Editor , Kaiser Family Foundation
Location: Menlo Park, CA
Status: Full-time
Medium: Online

Press Officer, Doctors Without Borders-USA
Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-time
Medium: Other

Associate Editor - Prevention, Rodale
Location: Emmaus, PA
Status: Full-time
Medium: Online and print

Health Writer, University of South Carolina
Location: Columbia, SC
Status: Full-time
Medium: Multimedia

Healthcare Reporter, New Hampshire Public Radio
Location: Concord, NH
Status:Full-time
Medium: Radio

Content Writer, Baycare Health System
Location: Clearwater, FL
Status: Full-time
Medium: Online

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